Re: value of '89 LX 5.0 ???
"Joe" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> dave <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in news:RgA4f.60016$K91.2073
>> 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
>> It's in central New York (between Syracuse & Utica), and has never
>> 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
>> truck that scratched it since it didn't even make it down to the
>> They are on the flare of the front drivers side fender, and the
>> 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?
> 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.
> 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.