I think it's just that Fox Mustangs were flimsy to begin with. It's a whole new level of flimsy with the convertibles. I think also that the primary appeal of the Fox Mustangs—bang-for-your-buck straight line performance—just didn't lend itself to the convertible as being a popular option.
Not to mention that buying a used convertible almost always means you're going to have to shell out for a new top.
Maybe.I got no serious inquiries listed at $7500. Given what I know about the car, and I disclosed it all in the listing, I think $6000 was fair, not a steal.
To those who think $6000 was low, I understand. But, it’s entirely possible that this opinion is formed because people had been over paying for these cars in the recent past. It’s coming back to reality I think. If you try and sell one, maybe you’ll discover it firsthand like I just did.