Reality Check Please: Selling My '01 Gt 'vert Am I In The Ballpark?

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  1. vtvette

    vtvette New Member

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    Hello all, I am selling my 2001 GT 'vert 5 speed. At $4900/best am I in the right ballpark? This was my first Mustang and I don't really know where the market is right now.

    My Craigslist add is below. I just posted it up. Too High? Too low? What would be a reasonable offer to accept?

    http://lasvegas.craigslist.org/cto/4125621551.html

    Thanks guys,
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  2. 03_TrueBlue_GT

    03_TrueBlue_GT Active Member

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    Not going to lie but if you had it for sale at $6,500 that would not be a bad price. You seem to have taken really good care of it and it looks great.
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    As long as you're not trying to get rid of it ASAP, I would start high ($6-7K) and work my way down. You never know if you'll get that buyer who falls in love with the car and must have it immediately.
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    Yep, decent Mustangs that people have taken care of go for at least 6500 and up around where I'm at, jax, fla. It took me a good while to find the current mustang I own an I gave 6900.00 for it as a one owner, completely untouched and unmodified with nearly every service record the lady had for it.
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