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2000 Mustang GT

Discussion in 'Classifieds (Mustang)' started by Kats66Pny, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    Posting this for my boss. This is his Mustang. Well one of them. This is the mustang my husband drove to the car show when I drove the vette (and won 1st place for it).
    This is a super sexy Mustang! :thu I would have bought it myself but (1.) Its a stick. lol



    2000 Bright Atlantic Blue Mustang GT, asking $10,000 or best offer, you won't find a cleaner one anywhere - period.

    The oil pump went out when my wife was driving it so I bought a brand new longblock and replaced everything. Engine comes with paperwork and 100,000 mile warranty. I have put about 1000 miles on it since I got the car back.

    Body has 135,000 miles

    Engine is NEW

    Trans rebuilt around + - 20,000 miles ago

    Spec Stage 3 clutch

    Build rear end - 3.73 gears, 31 spline axels

    Full 2003 Cobra Brakes

    2003 Cobra Interior

    2003 Cobra front bumper and sideskirts

    Granitelli K-member with coilovers

    Koni Yellow adjustable shocks on all 4 corners

    Grey Anthracite FR500's 17x9 and 17x10.5 - 2 brand new tires up front

    Full exhaust - sounds awesome. I even have a set of new long tubes that can go with the car.

    I'm probably forgetting some stuff, just send me a text if you have any questions. I have way more money in it than what I'm asking. I am pretty motivated to move this, so bring me an offer and we'll see what we can work out.

    Title in hand.

    979-57one-5O87

    - car has 2003 Cobra front bumper and fogs now.

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  2. abrahamfh

    abrahamfh Active Member

    Well, I can say this much. He chose a good photographer.
     
  3. abrahamfh

    abrahamfh Active Member

    Well, I can say this much. He chose a good photographer.
     
  4. abrahamfh

    abrahamfh Active Member

  5. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    The photo's were actually take by the previous owner whose name is Kat as well. I believe it's the same lady who took the picture of Craigs mustang on the power tour last year.

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  6. Horseplay

    Horseplay Well-Known Member

    This might be a clue as to why he hasn't sold any cars yet.
     
  7. tarafied1

    tarafied1 Well-Known Member

    because is photographer is named Kat?
     
  8. 1497

    1497 Member

    Huh?
     
  9. lethal289

    lethal289 Active Member

    Do you guys think thats a good deal? Im with terry on this one. Its still a 2000 with 135k for 10 grand. Seems over priced to me.

    edit: I realize its dresses up with the cobra accessories, but kbb.com says the book value of a 2000 GT in excellent condition is $6500. http://www.kbb.com/ford/mustang/2000-fo ... ype=retail
     
  10. Horseplay

    Horseplay Well-Known Member

    It's a nice car with some tasteful mods but well overpriced. Do some searching and you'll find PLENTY of as nice or nicer comps to be had for less.
     
  11. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    The body has 133k miles. The engine is brand new with less than 1k miles on it and still under 100k warranty.... which is why the asking price of 10k.
     
  12. Horseplay

    Horseplay Well-Known Member

    Kat,

    The "body" wears out too ya know. Banks would value the car based on its year of make and mileage. The new engine will not figure into their calculation to any extent. That leaves it to the buyer to throw down enough cash to make up the difference. That or just pay cash. A cash buyer could find plenty of sweeter deals but I doubt the buyer of this type of car is a cash buyer anyway.

    Let's say a bank will give someone a loan for the max book value of the car (less a 10% down-payment). Using the earlier KBB value of $6500, that means they'd loan $5850 for the car. Let's say your boss agrees to an "actual" sale price of $9500. By the time the buyer pays the tax on the sale and the fees and licensing (I don't know TX numbers) he would be plunking down somewhere in the neighborhood of $4500-$5000 to buy the car. That's a whole lot of cash for a late teen early 20-something to be holding. Let alone be handing over to get a car payment.
     
  13. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    There is no tax or other fees. This is his mustang.. one of his personal cars. Not a car lot car. There's no tax/fees. If someone offered him $9500 to buy the car and he accepted the offer.. then that is what the buyer would pay. $9500.


    Oh and its listed on LoneStarStangs. He posted it there and so I copied/pasted his ad.
    http://www.lonestarstangs.com/forum/200 ... 67332.html
     
  14. Horseplay

    Horseplay Well-Known Member

    Doesn't the buyer still have to pay tax on the sale when they title it and register for plates? I can't imagine the state doesn't get their cut.
     
  15. Fast68back

    Fast68back Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    Kat's just trying to make a cut....... He really only wants $8k
     
  16. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    Its like $28 or so for title transfer, registration/plates/inspection it already has, and for tax... dunno but I can guess it's WAY less than if you buy a car from a lot where there is a 6.25% sales tax and other fees that have to be paid at the time of sale.

    Whoever bought this car wouldn't buy it to be a daily driver. It's not a very comfortable ride with the suspension it has. He built it up to be a track toy. He's selling it because he has another Mustang toy now and said he doesn't need both toys. Who the heck wouldn't want multiple Mustangs to play with? :shrug

    Took me a few to find it.. this is his new toy. Its been off the road for a long time and a friend of his was rebuilding it all and just recently it got finished.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ro9cY8C6YVw


    pfft.. I get nothing. The money would go directly into his hands not mine. I'd never see a dime. lol
     
  17. 70 StangMan

    70 StangMan Well-Known Member Donator

    Where's a pair of night vison goggles when you need them. :shrug
     
  18. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    Interior pictures
     

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  19. 1497

    1497 Member

    Texas= 6.25% sales tax due from the buyer regardless if it's a dealer or individual selling the car. (edit: unless the buyer is a licensed dealer)
     
  20. Kats66Pny

    Kats66Pny Active Member

    but individual sale you don't have to put down the actual price you paid. :roll
     

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