In the US at least. I don’t think I’d want the thing if it had another incarnation of the PowerShit transmission they put in their last set of small cars.
Fuck man,i remember trying to convince my parents when i was 16 that I NEEDED a lifted, 40in tire Ranger with an engine that had every cheap bolt-on part imaginable and didn’t have a single square foot of body panel that was free of a vinyl or plastic chrome bit stuck to it. Was green with orange flames. Gah i still… Read more
If it looks too good to be true, it probably isn’t true.
And that’s mismatched parts money, IMO as well. Most 70s pony cars are going for more money than this in worse condition. Let’s just say it’s not a real Mach 1 (for that price, it probably isn’t), that $19k is on par for a manual trans V8 Mustang fastback of this generation with fresh paint, restored interior, and… Read more
If this is a life-long California car and has not been imported from a rust-state, then it’s most likely a relatively rust-free car with a solid undercarriage and body, which makes it automatically worth a metric shit-ton more than about 90% of the rest of similar Mustangs. As it appears in the ad, it looks pretty… Read more
Yeah, because that Audi wagon is a shit purchase and is a dime in a dozen which is why it is valued so low. This car is rare and is a hell of a lot more of an experience than what you would get from that Audi. A “restored” Mach 1 would be triple to quadruple the price of this example. That Audi will cost thousands and… Read more