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Old 10-16-2005, 18:02   #1 (permalink)
dave
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value of '89 LX 5.0 ???

Hello,


I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the money.
It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never been
driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
caught in it!
Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of the
truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the metal.
They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the drivers
side mirror, and on the drivers door.

Anyway, the car:
1989 Mustang LX 5.0
20582 miles
charcoal grey metallic
.308 gears
garaged, always
basically, original.
(10 - hole rims)

Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
Or should I wait until spring to sell it?

Thanks,
Dave
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Old 10-16-2005, 18:02   #2 (permalink)
Joe
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Re: value of '89 LX 5.0 ???

dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
@twister.nyroc.rr.com:

> Hello,
>
>
> I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
> the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

money.
> It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

been
> driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
> caught in it!
> Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
> side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
> truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
> were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
> never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

the
> truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

metal.
> They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

drivers
> side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>
> Anyway, the car:
> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
> 20582 miles
> charcoal grey metallic
> .308 gears
> garaged, always
> basically, original.
> (10 - hole rims)
>
> Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
> Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>
> Thanks,
> Dave


If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.

Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good shape,
you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between $7k and
$10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.

So put it in trader or ebay.

Joe
Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC
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Old 10-16-2005, 19:01   #3 (permalink)
Big Al
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Re: value of '89 LX 5.0 ???


"Joe" <avoidingspam@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:duA4f.7512$BF5.861@bignews7.bellsouth.net...
> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>>
>> I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>> the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

> money.
>> It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

> been
>> driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
>> caught in it!
>> Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
>> side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
>> truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
>> were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
>> never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

> the
>> truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

> metal.
>> They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

> drivers
>> side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>
>> Anyway, the car:
>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>> 20582 miles
>> charcoal grey metallic
>> .308 gears
>> garaged, always
>> basically, original.
>> (10 - hole rims)
>>
>> Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>> Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Dave

>
> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>
> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good shape,
> you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between $7k and
> $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>
> So put it in trader or ebay.
>
> Joe
> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC


I sold my 89, 5.0, LX, 5 speed, hatchback with 120K miles on it for $2,500.
It was all original except I changed the 10 hole wheels for turbine wheels
off a GT. It needed tires but was a very straight car, had premium sound,
and power everything.

I'm assuming his is automatic. Mine was stick and had 2.73 gears.

Al


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Old 10-16-2005, 21:11   #4 (permalink)
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Joe wrote:
> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>
>
>>Hello,
>>
>>
>>I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>
> money.
>
>>It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>
> been
>
>>driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
>>caught in it!
>>Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
>>side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
>>truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
>>were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
>>never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

>
> the
>
>>truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>
> metal.
>
>>They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>
> drivers
>
>>side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>
>>Anyway, the car:
>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>> 20582 miles
>> charcoal grey metallic
>> .308 gears
>> garaged, always
>> basically, original.
>> (10 - hole rims)
>>
>>Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Dave

>
>
> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>
> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good shape,
> you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between $7k and
> $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>
> So put it in trader or ebay.
>
> Joe
> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC


LOL, I know what you mean! But is is 20.5k

The stang was alway just a toy, so I'd anly use it
on nice days (not that common here!) when I had
nowhere to go. The first year I put on 6-7k, then
1-2k per year. It tapered off even more eventually.
The last couple years I didn't even register it. :-(
BTW, I got a Miata a few years back and usually end
up driving that on nice days now.


The car is a bit dusty, but here's some pics taken tonight:
Front fender scratch
http://tinypic.com/eprlaq.jpg

door scratch
http://tinypic.com/eprnfn.jpg

driver's side
http://tinypic.com/epro7p.jpg

passenger side (dusty!)
http://tinypic.com/epromv.jpg

passenger front
http://tinypic.com/eprp1d.jpg


Best regards,
Dave


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Old 10-16-2005, 21:11   #5 (permalink)
Ashton Crusher
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On Mon, 17 Oct 2005 02:22:48 GMT, dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote:

>Joe wrote:
>> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
>> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>>
>>>Hello,
>>>
>>>
>>>I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>>the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>>
>> money.
>>
>>>It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>>
>> been
>>
>>>driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
>>>caught in it!
>>>Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
>>>side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
>>>truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
>>>were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
>>>never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

>>
>> the
>>
>>>truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>>
>> metal.
>>
>>>They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>>
>> drivers
>>
>>>side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>>
>>>Anyway, the car:
>>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>>> 20582 miles
>>> charcoal grey metallic
>>> .308 gears
>>> garaged, always
>>> basically, original.
>>> (10 - hole rims)
>>>
>>>Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>>Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Dave

>>
>>
>> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
>> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>>
>> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good shape,
>> you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between $7k and
>> $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>>
>> So put it in trader or ebay.
>>
>> Joe
>> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
>> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC

>
>LOL, I know what you mean! But is is 20.5k
>
>The stang was alway just a toy, so I'd anly use it
>on nice days (not that common here!) when I had
>nowhere to go. The first year I put on 6-7k, then
>1-2k per year. It tapered off even more eventually.
>The last couple years I didn't even register it. :-(
>BTW, I got a Miata a few years back and usually end
>up driving that on nice days now.
>
>
>The car is a bit dusty, but here's some pics taken tonight:
>Front fender scratch
>http://tinypic.com/eprlaq.jpg
>
>door scratch
>http://tinypic.com/eprnfn.jpg
>
>driver's side
>http://tinypic.com/epro7p.jpg
>
>passenger side (dusty!)
>http://tinypic.com/epromv.jpg
>
>passenger front
>http://tinypic.com/eprp1d.jpg
>
>
>Best regards,
>Dave
>
>
>=================================



Are those the original Goodyear Gatorbacks on it?? Nice looking car.
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Old 10-16-2005, 21:11   #6 (permalink)
Michael Johnson, PE
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Re: value of '89 LX 5.0 ???

dave wrote:
> Joe wrote:
>> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
>> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>>
>>> I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>> the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>>
>> money.
>>
>>> It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>>
>> been
>>
>>> driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
>>> caught in it!
>>> Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
>>> side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
>>> truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
>>> were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
>>> never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

>>
>> the
>>
>>> truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>>
>> metal.
>>
>>> They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>>
>> drivers
>>
>>> side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>>
>>> Anyway, the car:
>>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>>> 20582 miles
>>> charcoal grey metallic
>>> .308 gears
>>> garaged, always
>>> basically, original.
>>> (10 - hole rims)
>>>
>>> Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>> Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Dave

>>
>>
>> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
>> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>>
>> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good
>> shape, you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between
>> $7k and $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>>
>> So put it in trader or ebay.
>>
>> Joe
>> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
>> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC

>
> LOL, I know what you mean! But is is 20.5k
>
> The stang was alway just a toy, so I'd anly use it
> on nice days (not that common here!) when I had
> nowhere to go. The first year I put on 6-7k, then
> 1-2k per year. It tapered off even more eventually.
> The last couple years I didn't even register it. :-(
> BTW, I got a Miata a few years back and usually end
> up driving that on nice days now.
>
>
> The car is a bit dusty, but here's some pics taken tonight:
> Front fender scratch
> http://tinypic.com/eprlaq.jpg
>
> door scratch
> http://tinypic.com/eprnfn.jpg
>
> driver's side
> http://tinypic.com/epro7p.jpg
>
> passenger side (dusty!)
> http://tinypic.com/epromv.jpg
>
> passenger front
> http://tinypic.com/eprp1d.jpg


Looks like a nice car. I sold a very nice stock '92 LX 5.0L sedan with
85k miles on it several years ago for $6,500 within a matter of days
after I advertised it on The Corral. A boy and his father drove from
Texas for 24 hours straight and begged me not to sell it to anyone until
they got to Virginia. I would say yours should be worth $8,000-$10,000
if it is bone stock and in as good of shape as a car with 20k miles
should be. The sedans are more desirable because they are lighter and
more structurally sound than a hatchbacks. Good luck.
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Old 10-16-2005, 23:01   #7 (permalink)
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Why would it be 120K miles? All Mustangs since 1986 (maybe earlier, my
86 does) are equipped with 6 digit odometers. Unless you are suggesting
he's fiddled with the odometer?

Joe wrote:

> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>
>
>>Hello,
>>
>>
>>I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>
> money.
>
>>It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>
> been
>
>>driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I got
>>caught in it!
>>Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on the
>>side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A dump
>>truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since there
>>were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic, they
>>never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the tires of

>
> the
>
>>truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>
> metal.
>
>>They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>
> drivers
>
>>side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>
>>Anyway, the car:
>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>> 20582 miles
>> charcoal grey metallic
>> .308 gears
>> garaged, always
>> basically, original.
>> (10 - hole rims)
>>
>>Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Dave

>
>
> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>
> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good shape,
> you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between $7k and
> $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>
> So put it in trader or ebay.
>
> Joe
> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC

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Old 10-17-2005, 06:01   #8 (permalink)
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<cprice@here.com> wrote in message news:WOF4f.208052$oW2.10174@pd7tw1no...
>
> Why would it be 120K miles? All Mustangs since 1986 (maybe earlier, my 86
> does) are equipped with 6 digit odometers. Unless you are suggesting he's
> fiddled with the odometer?


That sixth digit is tenths. Both of my '93s are now over 100,000 miles, but
you don't see that first "1".

My new mechanic had TFrog down as 84,000 miles, and I had to correct him.
Some mechanic - he should have known immediately that the car had more than
twice as many miles on it.

:()


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Old 10-17-2005, 06:01   #9 (permalink)
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I don't know what you've got, but every Fox car I've seen (including my
own) goes up to 99,999 and circles around again.


"cprice@here.com" <cprice@here.com> wrote in
news:WOF4f.208052$oW2.10174@pd7tw1no:

>
> Why would it be 120K miles? All Mustangs since 1986 (maybe
> earlier, my
> 86 does) are equipped with 6 digit odometers. Unless you are
> suggesting he's fiddled with the odometer?
>
> Joe wrote:
>
>> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
>> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>>
>>>Hello,
>>>
>>>
>>>I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>>the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>>
>> money.
>>
>>>It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>>
>> been
>>
>>>driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I
>>>got caught in it!
>>>Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on
>>>the side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A
>>>dump truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since
>>>there were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic,
>>>they never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the
>>>tires of

>>
>> the
>>
>>>truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>>
>> metal.
>>
>>>They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>>
>> drivers
>>
>>>side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>>
>>>Anyway, the car:
>>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>>> 20582 miles
>>> charcoal grey metallic
>>> .308 gears
>>> garaged, always
>>> basically, original.
>>> (10 - hole rims)
>>>
>>>Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>>Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Dave

>>
>>
>> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
>> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>>
>> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good
>> shape, you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between
>> $7k and $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>>
>> So put it in trader or ebay.
>>
>> Joe
>> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
>> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC

>


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Old 10-17-2005, 06:01   #10 (permalink)
Joe
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dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in
news:YVD4f.60156$K91.40954@twister.nyroc.rr.com:

> Joe wrote:
>> dave <d_a_v_e@mail.com> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
>> @twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>>
>>>Hello,
>>>
>>>
>>>I have a 1989 LX 5.0 which I had purchased new. I haven't driven it
>>>the last couple years, and I'm getting married and could use the

>>
>> money.
>>
>>>It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never

>>
>> been
>>
>>>driven in the winter, or even in the rain except a couple times I
>>>got caught in it!
>>>Unfortunately it received a couple MINOR scratches when parked on
>>>the side of a road. They truly are minor, but they are there. A
>>>dump truck squeezed though a closed road. PISSED ME OFF, but since
>>>there were a few different companies, and the cops were apathetic,
>>>they never caught them. Anyway, I think is was the dirt on the
>>>tires of

>>
>> the
>>
>>>truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the

>>
>> metal.
>>
>>>They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the

>>
>> drivers
>>
>>>side mirror, and on the drivers door.
>>>
>>>Anyway, the car:
>>> 1989 Mustang LX 5.0
>>> 20582 miles
>>> charcoal grey metallic
>>> .308 gears
>>> garaged, always
>>> basically, original.
>>> (10 - hole rims)
>>>
>>>Any ideas where I should advertise it? How much I could get?
>>>Or should I wait until spring to sell it?
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Dave

>>
>>
>> If it's only got 20.5k miles on it, the "last few years" is really
>> about 15 years. Or, it's 120.5k miles.
>>
>> Anyway, if it's only 20k miles and it's all original and in good
>> shape, you should be able to get a decent price for it (read between
>> $7k and $10k). If it's 120k+, fageddaboudit. Maybe $3k or so.
>>
>> So put it in trader or ebay.
>>
>> Joe
>> Calypso Green '93 5.0 LX AOD hatch with a few goodies
>> Black '03 Dakota 5.9 R/T CC

>
> LOL, I know what you mean! But is is 20.5k
>
> The stang was alway just a toy, so I'd anly use it
> on nice days (not that common here!) when I had
> nowhere to go. The first year I put on 6-7k, then
> 1-2k per year. It tapered off even more eventually.
> The last couple years I didn't even register it. :-(
> BTW, I got a Miata a few years back and usually end
> up driving that on nice days now.
>
>
> The car is a bit dusty, but here's some pics taken tonight:
> Front fender scratch
> http://tinypic.com/eprlaq.jpg
>
> door scratch
> http://tinypic.com/eprnfn.jpg
>
> driver's side
> http://tinypic.com/epro7p.jpg
>
> passenger side (dusty!)
> http://tinypic.com/epromv.jpg
>
> passenger front
> http://tinypic.com/eprp1d.jpg
>
>
> Best regards,
> Dave
>
>
> =================================


Great looking car, Dave. It's unusual to see a Fox car in that kind of
condition. I'd ask $12k for it and settle for maybe $10k depending on
how "desparate" you are. Those scratches are nothing to worry about...
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