35th Anniv Modification

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  1. 99STEEDAGT

    99STEEDAGT New Member

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    I've noticed that the people who actually read and post in the 35th section have some modifications done to they're cars. I do also, but in the long run do you think it will hurt the value of our cars?
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    yeah it usually does just b/c when someone is looking to buy a new car they may not like everything you have done to it and plus it sends the signal that you may have driven the car into the ground.
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    I disagree.The average mustang enthusiast who would buy an 35th ann.ed. knows that the car is not a true collectable like say a shelby 65-70 or a one year production vehicle like a 87 grand national GNX.It is fair to say that over 95% of mustang owners '' modify'' there vehicles.From changing the wheels to installing a supercharger, I doubt any mod is going to ''hurt'' the value of a 35th ann. ed. car.My 35th silver vert has mods and has 16k original miles and is absolutly perfect.Take a car exactly the same as mine sans the mods and the ''value'' of the car most likely would be the same.Remember a cars value is directly related to how much one would pay for it.Drive and mod your 35th :D

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