I've been trying to sell my 1978 coupe for some time now (4cyl, T5 tranny). I've been trying to sell it on the internet rather than just put an ad in the paper and let some kid destroy it. 110,000 miles on the car ~35,000 on the engine ~10,000 on the T5 transmission No visible body rust Starts easily, runs well I've been asking $1,800 and I keep getting emails from 15 year old kids (often in 'txt msg speak') who want to know how little I will sell it for so their mommies and daddies can buy it for them. Granted, I know it isn't worth a ton of money. But I'd like to at least find a good home for it. I'm contemplating two strategies: Increase the price to something I know I won't get - like $3,000 or so. That should filter out the people who don't know squat about the II and maybe help find either a good buyer or someone with more money than brains. Decrease the price even more and just let go of it. Maybe drop it to $1,200 and just say "take it or leave it". I did say in the ad "$1,800 or best offer". But frankly I find it insulting that people want to negotiate the price before even seeing the car. I reply by saying "I will negotiate on price only after you have seen the car, or sent someone on your behalf to see it in person". Any ideas? I posted it here on stangnet classifieds as well as mustangclassifieds.com.