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Market Value of a 4.6 V8 Mustang Coupe

I am trying to investigate the approximate value or purchase price of a second hand late model Mustang Cobra coupe running the Quad 4.6 V8 (right hand drive) in Australia. I know the run out Tickford versions are going cheap for $59,990 at some dealers, but I'm looking around the $40k –50k bracket, so second hand with low kays would be preferred.

I would consider early 90’s to 96 models, but they would have to be something special for that money.

If anyone could advise or knows if such an animal exists that would be much appreciated.

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Re: Market Value of a 4.6 V8 Mustang Coupe

Market value will vary with mileage condition and other factors. Generally i have seen the quads going for 13 - 18k USD here. Some higher some lower.
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Market value will vary with mileage condition and other factors. Generally i have seen the quads going for 13 - 18k USD here. Some higher some lower.

Thanks LunaticSVT,
So far there doesn't appear to be much around in Australia. People that have them are holding on to them in fear of losing too much money I would presume. Cars that are turning up are either early 90's 5.0lts or V6's. My favourite, 1969 fastbacks are around, but my wifes not keen and they wouldn't make the best daily driver.

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