Hey guys I was talking to my dad about selling my 2003 Mustang and buying his 2005 Mustang GT from him. He told me that if I really wanted to sell my car he would sell me his Mustang for a good price. He said he would sell it to me for $7,000 which I think is a really good deal, even though I dont know what 2005-2009 Mustangs are selling for atm. Now the question I ask is would you buy the 2005 Mustang or should I keep my 2003 and supercharge it later down the road like I have always planned. If I do supercharge it it will probably be another 2 years at least and this car is my DD currently so I imagine another 25,000-30,000 miles on it by the time I can supercharge it. I can give you the info on both cars My car 2003 Mustang GT Premium 5 speed manual The good - I have full length subframe connectors -New clutch/flywheel replaced at 118,000 miles -Has FR500 rims -3.73 gears - Maximum Motorsport cc plates - My exhaust upgrades - Have the handheld tuner from AM (needs a dyno tune to get better results than what I have form the mail order tune) - Tires are in good shape, may get another year out of them - Ive owned it since I got it with 68,000 miles and I know the cars history - Also the shocks and struts are fairly new The bad -Car has 121,000 miles on it currently -Fuel mileage isn't to great on the highway I get about 20- 21mpg. I believe it could get better but I haven't recieved any better results. - Rear bumper has been in an accident and is spider webbing but isn't noticeable. - Car has random rattles and squeaks - I replaced the A/C compressor, dryer, and cleaned the lines and ran a vacuum on it but it still leaks - The steering wheel is rather nasty due to age and use My dads car 2005 Mustang GT Premium 5 speed manual He bought it brand new in 2005 so I know this car has been well taken care of. The good -A/C works really well -The interior has been redone completely by a custom shop - Car feels a lot better to drive and the 3v motor is just more refined feeling in every way - Gets 25mpg on the freeway at 75mph easily - Tires are brand new 245/45's all around - New shocks/Struts all around - Has light weight Centerline rims - Hurst short throw shifter - Upper and lower control arms have been replaced with GT500 ones - Ability to change the color of the speedometer is really awesome - He installed a Mac mid pipe and Mac catback exhaust recently (sounds really good but not too loud) The bad - The instrument cluster with the Fuel, Engine Temp, Voltage and the other gauge which I forget is do not function correctly. He has the parts to fix it but just hasn't done it yet, I would fix it myself if I got the car -The car has 146,000 miles on it right now - The front window seal howls and needs to be replaced - Being his DD it has some road scars but overall isn't to bad but the paint is not as good shape as my 2003 I will get some pictures of both cars up soon, I just wanted to get a consensus on what y'all suggest. I probably will keep my 2003 because I really love the way it looks Im just tired of everybody hating on it bc its a 2v GT when I hang out at car meets.