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Old 10-21-2001, 18:58   #1 (permalink)
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Question '99 & '00 GTs!!

If you were looking to spend under $18k would you go with the '99 GT or the '00?? Is there a big difference in performance and reliability??? I would like to get the '00 but I wouldn't have enough to mod it right away. :( I would have to get a job and drive around in a bone stock GT... Plz vote on the pole above.
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Old 10-22-2001, 16:53   #2 (permalink)
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Unless you can PAY CASH for it I would not get either one! WHY WHY WHY WHY pay so much money for a something that you will lose your arse on financially. 18k now, in 3 years it will be worth 10k if you lucky! No thanks man, I rather put that 250-350 monthly payment in mutal funds and drive a beater untill i can save for a nice car!
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I am only 15!!! A Mustang GT is a good car for my age... I don't care about how much it will be worth later on, caus I am planning on having the car for a long time. And YES I am paying cash...
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Old 10-23-2001, 09:57   #4 (permalink)
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Hey I'm 20 and baught a 01 MGT convertable. I payed cash so the price was brought down a bit. I think paying cash is best because then you don't have to worry about making car payments. So all the money you get from working can go to makeing modifications.
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Lightbulb Found a nice '99 GT

I just found a nice '99 Mustang GT, Limited Edition 35th Anniversary. The guy is asking $14,500. It sounds like a good deal to me, would you guys go for it??
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One last pic... Ahhhhh gotta love the leather...
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Old 11-01-2001, 09:50   #8 (permalink)
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I would have it checked out, of course, especially the mileage. I just bought a '00 GT for just under 18. Sounds like an OK deal. Your insurance is gonna kill you though, if you're only 15.

Good luck!
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It has a little but under 18k miles. He said it might roll over if I went there to pick it up. :s6: My insurance would be fine... I have more money than an average teen. :redhrm: When my mom passed away all of her money went to my brotherand I. :(
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Old 11-01-2001, 14:13   #10 (permalink)
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Sorry to hear about that.

Still, being underage, you end up spending way too much on insurance. Just be careful of the tickets! Got my first one in 10 years within one week of owning my car! :redgrrr:
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