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  • #16
    since we are on this type of topic, does anyone know how much some of these old school Mustangs would cost in Toronto or in general? 1964 mustang is the car I was looking at.

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    • #17
      Is it a 6 cylinder or 8 cylinder? Either way it's a dog for horsepower (but depends on what you're used to I guess), will still do sweet burnouts haha. Not sure where you live but those cars are awful in the snow.

      If it is a T-top car, check it for leaks. Pending the shape of the car obviously, that sounds like a pretty decent deal.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by PACKmanN View Post
        since we are on this type of topic, does anyone know how much some of these old school Mustangs would cost in Toronto or in general? 1964 mustang is the car I was looking at.
        The very early mustangs will usually run about 9k-14k for one in pretty decent shape. Not sure on Toronto but generally those are the prices it goes for.

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        • #19
          Price is a little steep for an '84..

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          • #20
            Originally posted by PalmerToCJ View Post
            Is it a 6 cylinder or 8 cylinder? Either way it's a dog for horsepower (but depends on what you're used to I guess), will still do sweet burnouts haha. Not sure where you live but those cars are awful in the snow.

            If it is a T-top car, check it for leaks. Pending the shape of the car obviously, that sounds like a pretty decent deal.
            i live in GA so like no snow here haha
            an its not a T-top. an its in great shape

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