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Need to know what this car is worth - 64 1/2 Mustang Hardtop - 2nd owner car, 41,000 original miles. Car in a 6 cyl, 3 spd, basic coupe. Interior is ABSOLUTELY FLAWLESS! Standard interior, the only option I see is an AM radio. EVERY PIECE of the interior is ORIGINAL and like new. The car still smells new! Exterior looks real nice. Has had some body work done on the quarters, and now bubbling a little. Doors, fenders are perfect. Floors, frame rails, trunk floors, are all in excellent condition. One quarter size hole in one rear floor panel. Still has original floor mats and all origianl paperwork from original owner. Just was totally gone over mechanically, new tires, brakes, tune up, etc. Runs PERFECT! Date code 07G. Has generator. I am thinking about buying this car, never had a 64 1/2, and was wondering about the value of the car in its present condition, and restored. Thanks!
 
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unfortunately, 6 cyl 3 speeds are the least valuable mustangs. for something in the condition you describe, i would guess somewhere around $1500-3500
 

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am thinking about buying this car, never had a 64 1/2, and was wondering about the value of the car in its present condition, and restored.

2K and 6K repectively,IMO, if restored to a 2....

I paid 4K for a 3-4 D-coder in 1993, which had 178K, a rebuilt engine and new paint with excellent original body.....given its reliability and low maintenance/registration/insurance costs over the years, I'd say it has been the best automotive investment I've made to date.

From what you've described, this U-coder would make a great daily driver, much like my D-coder...unassuming (I never lock it) and economical.

My best advice is to buy (or not buy) the car for its appeal and practicality to you, not for potential resale value. If you can get it in the range Charles mentioned and, if the car is indeed in good condition mechanically (sometimes old low-mileage cars can be compromised by neglect, mechanically, from sitting for many years or not being driven at higher speeds/ temps to drive off condensation), I'd say you'd get an excellent deal on an early Pony...
 

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You don't say what the owner is asking. That way, you have a point of reference. I have seen that type of car advertised for between 4K and 6K in this part of the country (SW Texas) simply because it is a Mustang. Can you post pics?
 
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