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Thread: Would you pay 20K USD for Very Low mileage 1982 GT?

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    Would you pay 20K USD for Very Low mileage 1982 GT?

    This car has me daydreaming all day and night about buying it. The car is a true time capsule and really is my dream car. Just soooo much money and the wife and kids think I'm going looney for wanting a crappy old Foxbody. What do you all think? Is it worth it or just wait for a cheaper one to come along.

    Here's a link to the Ebay auction. I've been in contact with the owner.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1982-Ford-M...dbZ0u8&vxp=mtr
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    that's a beautiful car tough call tho

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    Joe, when it comes to old cars they are worth whatever someone wants to pay. When you have a specific car in mind, and you can't buy it off the lot anymore, price comes down to what you're willing to pay.
    Example, market value for my Fox, let's say 12k, but if someone has a connection with it, they may pay 15k.
    Honestly, cars like this will almost never come up for sale....it's what you've been hunting for. Best scenario is no one else wants it as bad as you and the seller is motivated.

    If you can afford it, go for it!!! You only live once.

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    If it’s your dream car I say go for it cause it’s mint and you probably won’t find a nicer turn key one.

    If I was spending that $ it wouldn’t be on that.
    But like they say “different strokes for different folks”.

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    If it's the car that turns your crank that hard, priced right or not, it's the right one to buy.

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    How about a black one with 42K miles for half the price?

    https://classics.autotrader.com/clas...tang/101007272
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    Quote Originally Posted by True Blue View Post
    How about a black one with 42K miles for half the price?

    https://classics.autotrader.com/clas...tang/101007272
    DAMN! I was just by there a few weeks ago on a business trip. That looks very nice too. I'll give the seller a call tonight.
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    I should have bought your old black one...

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    I’d say this, it’s a time capsule and if you don’t want to mod the thing it’s not going to drop in value. 82 is a big year for the Mustang and the restart of the “muscle era” for the Brand with the new 302...

    Black interior, TSX package... very nice fox. You only live once.

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    If you can afford it, do it, you could be dead next week. Personally I’d go for the black one, I hate t-tops, and I’m broke.

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