Hi guys. It's been quite a while since I posted on the 4.6 forums because I sold my full PI swapped 96' GT convertible around April of last year although I still have my 87' GT that I still only really drive 3 or 4 times a months at best. I have saved up a good amount of cash recently and started looking at 99-04 New Edge Mustangs. I Really wanted another 'vert but a decent condition hard top is certainly not out of the question. Over the last 2 weeks I have looked at around 5 Mustangs, 3 verts and 2 hard top GT's and each one of them were total POS cars. One of the first I looked at was a 02' GT hard top that was advertised on CL as having 57K original miles and was considered by the seller as the "cleanest" mustang you will find. When I went to look at the car is did indeed say 57k on the odometer but this car looked liked it had 200k on it and the clutch was so wore out I stalled it 4 times during a 6 mile test drive. The seller wanted 7500 for the car, no way in hell. Sunday I went across town to look at a 2000 GT hard top and when I got there I was really excited because this car looked great, drove well, and had a few small tasteful exterior upgrades and a set of FR500 wheels with new tires. I VINed the car using car fax and found that it had over 7 owners and to make matters worse a rebuilt title, bummer. Seller was upset with me because I broke him the bad news that he neglected to tell me even though the title said rebuilt on it. I know that I'm not going to find a car that's perfect and I get that. What I don't get is why do these people not take care of their cars and expect people to pay what their asking? Some of these people do not even wash or clean out the inside of the car before they show it. I know there are some clean Mustangs out there but it's starting to get depressing!! Where are they all at!