Re: Questions on 1998 GT........Should I buy or not???
Or if you DO get it for that price, there may be a reason.
Remember, if something seems too good to be true, it probabaly is.
"Zeke-baby" <email@example.com> wrote in message
| Hi Steph,
| > Well I found a 1998 Mustang GT for sale at a dealership and it's
| > been sitting there for a good long while so I may be able to pick
| > it up for half price! [snip]
| > It is yellow, has 100,135km on it, cloth interior and I believe
| > the Mach 460. The want $12,995CDN for it but I will offer
| > $6,500CDN. I think I would buy it for that much.
| I don't think you have any chance of getting it at $6500! Spring is
| in the air, and the cost of Mustangs tends to be high here in
| Montreal. Unless the dealer is really strapped for cash, expect
| this car to go upwards of $9000 Can, and probably closer to $11000
| if the mileage is verifyable and it was never winter driven.
| > So can I infact do something to get this pony to get up and GO?!
| > Any suggestions?? I am in no rush as I will wait and pick it up
| > for dirt cheap!
| If the car is as good as you say, and the dealer is willing to drop
| his price, expect this car to be gone by May.
| '65 Fastback 289/4-speed/3.50s
| '91 LX Hatchback 5.0/5-speed/3.08s (MIA since Feb'00)
| '97 GT 4.6/5-speed/3.23s (the winter beater)