(advice Please) Thinking Of Trading My 95 Cobra For A 64.5 - 66

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  1. utvolman99

    utvolman99 New Member

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    All, I haven't posted here in a while but I wanted to ask for some advice. I currently have a 95 Cobra that is in pretty good shape with some light modifications:

    - Pro 5.0 Shifter W/Mach I shift knob
    - Suposidly factory Cobra R hood
    - K&N Replacement Filter (Not really an upgrad but saves me the trouble)
    - Caster/Camber Plates
    - King Cobra Clutch
    - Strut Tower Brace
    - BBK X Pipe
    - American Thunder Exhaust
    - Eibach 1.5" Lowering Springs
    - Tokico Struts and Shocks
    - Bullitt Swaybars
    - Drilled and Slotted Baer Rotors
    I am seriously considering trying to broker a trade for a first generation pony. My questions are:

    1. Does anyone know where would be a good place to post for interest in a trade?

    2. I'm really hoping to get a good driver that doesn't need a lot of immediate work. Do you guys feel that is reasonable?

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    Trying to work a trade will be difficult. You'd drastically increase the cars you could buy if you just sold your Cobra, and then bought an earlier Mustang outright. Keep in mind that while first generation Mustangs are awesome, they aren't such hot daily drivers at this point. I have a 67 Cougar that gets driven occasionally through the summer, and I don't just park it just anywhere, like I do my 04 Cobra, which is my daily driver through the summer.
     
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