i have a chance to trade my 93 mustang for a classic

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    im wondering if this is worth it i have a chance to trade my 93 mustang,for a 64 falcon,or 65 mustang,or a 69 dart i know this is a ford site but im a mopar fan to second choice is that worth it
     
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    depends on the condition of said cars
     
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    I would go with the 65 Mustang any day. Again, it all depends on the condition and of course mileage.
     
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    ^Agreed. What are the odo readings? What kind of shape are they in?
     
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    Did you trade your 93 Stang or hold on to it in the end?
     
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    there all in good shape no rust the cars run.i woulndt trade if they were bad my gandpa tought me well im thinking about the sprint
     
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    Id go with the stang or the dart. Would be neat to see pics though. Falcons are cool in their own right but seem like a old mans car or woman's cruiser.
     
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    mustangs are one of my favorite cars there beautiful but alot of people have them the falcon im going to beaf it up ill post pics
     
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    Looks like the mopar is the most complete. I was thinking of another year falcon. Its a hard choice. Id say if you want rebel go for the falcon. It just looks cool. Like u said. Everyone has mustangs. But thats what makes parts hunting a lil bit more easy. I go for more of the rebel look so I retract my statement about that falcon, and would have to squeeze that one ahead of the pack by a nose.
     
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    yeah true the mustang has a 302 falcon has a 408w mopar has 383
     
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    If that Mopar was stock with the 383, and a manual..... Grab it! Otherwise, I'd prefer the Falcon if it's a solid Street Beast..... Just one other question...... Is this car going to be your main source of transportation, or Weekend Warrior?

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