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Fast 1995 Ford Mustang GT/s - $2500 (Trenton Ga)

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1995 Ford Mustang. This is not a show car. It could use being painted an it has a few dents but it is mechanically sound. It runs, drives an sounds great. Other than needing new back tires, I would trust it to drive anywhere.


To get it ready to sell I found a matching set of 17 inch mustang wheels for it. I put two brand new tires on the front of it. It still needs the back two replaced an shorter lug nuts on the back so you can put the center caps on. I replaced the idler pulley that was showing age an also the water pump was replaced at the same time. I also flushed an filled the radiator with new antifreeze like I do everything this time of year. I also had the oil changed when I had the new tires put on.

I have put several hundred dollars in to it making sure it was ready to sell so the price is firm. If I had the money it would have got two new back tires too.

This is not a car for a unskilled driver. This car as no problem destroying a set of back tires. Someone built it to be very fast. It had a 4.11 rear axle in it when we got it an was almost undrivable on the road. We still have it an it can go with it if you want it but we changed it out with a 3.27 rear axle. It is still extremely fast. It will boil the back tires off of it if you want it too. You have to drive it like you have an egg under your right foot to keep it from drifting around corners. For a skilled driver it is one of the best cars you will probably ever drive but it will get an unskilled driver killed in a hurry. I would rather it not be me that ends up wrapping it around a tree so I am selling it....

Notice the bold part..... The second person to respond asked for my number only to text me as ask what my "bottom dolor" was "cash." When I responded with $2500 he was done talking....

 

 

 

 

So last night I posted this ad.

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1984 Jeep CJ7 - $3500 (Trenton Ga)

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Good CJ7. 304 V8 Automatic. Hard top an hard doors. This jeep has the best body I have ever seen on a unrestored CJ. Very little if any rust on the body. Power steering leaks an the wiring need redone eventually but it runs an drives good now an everything that is needed to be street legal works. 4X4 works great too. It has dual Jerry cans mounted on the back.


This has been may daily driver for almost a year but I could use money for new toys that can hall a bigger trailer. Price is firm. For anything less I would rather keep it an sell something else.

 

 

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Today I get this..

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 You wouldn't consider $2000 would you? By the sound of it the car needs a little work done.

 

 

I could sell the top an doors for $2000 an keep the Jeep... Non running rust buckets sell for more than $2000...

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I posted this Friday.



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Fast 1995 Ford Mustang GT/s - $2500 (Trenton Ga)





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1995 Ford Mustang. This is not a show car. It could use being painted an it has a few dents but it is mechanically sound. It runs, drives an sounds great. Other than needing new back tires, I would trust it to drive anywhere.








To get it ready to sell I found a matching set of 17 inch mustang wheels for it. I put two brand new tires on the front of it. It still needs the back two replaced an shorter lug nuts on the back so you can put the center caps on. I replaced the idler pulley that was showing age an also the water pump was replaced at the same time. I also flushed an filled the radiator with new antifreeze like I do everything this time of year. I also had the oil changed when I had the new tires put on.



I have put several hundred dollars in to it making sure it was ready to sell so the price is firm. If I had the money it would have got two new back tires too.



This is not a car for a unskilled driver. This car as no problem destroying a set of back tires. Someone built it to be very fast. It had a 4.11 rear axle in it when we got it an was almost undrivable on the road. We still have it an it can go with it if you want it but we changed it out with a 3.27 rear axle. It is still extremely fast. It will boil the back tires off of it if you want it too. You have to drive it like you have an egg under your right foot to keep it from drifting around corners. For a skilled driver it is one of the best cars you will probably ever drive but it will get an unskilled driver killed in a hurry. I would rather it not be me that ends up wrapping it around a tree so I am selling it....






Notice the bold part..... The second person to respond asked for my number only to text me as ask what my "bottom dolor" was "cash." When I responded with $2500 he was done talking....



 



 



 



 



So last night I posted this ad.



Quote:


 

1984 Jeep CJ7 - $3500 (Trenton Ga)





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Good CJ7. 304 V8 Automatic. Hard top an hard doors. This jeep has the best body I have ever seen on a unrestored CJ. Very little if any rust on the body. Power steering leaks an the wiring need redone eventually but it runs an drives good now an everything that is needed to be street legal works. 4X4 works great too. It has dual Jerry cans mounted on the back.








This has been may daily driver for almost a year but I could use money for new toys that can hall a bigger trailer. Price is firm. For anything less I would rather keep it an sell something else.



 





 



Again notice the bold again....



 



Today I get this..



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 You wouldn't consider $2000 would you? By the sound of it the car needs a little work done.




 



 



I could sell the top an doors for $2000 an keep the Jeep... Non running rust buckets sell for more than $2000...


 


If I had the money to buy and the time to drive to GA I would get that Jeep from you, very reasonably priced, and with winter coming on here in the cold north I could turn a profit on it in 1-3 months when we get a couple of snows if I wanted to sell and not hold.....

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Yea, I think I priced it on the low end. I want it to sell quick. I am still making a profit but that was cause I took a chance on it when I got it. It had been siting for 5 years an the owner had lost the keys. I payed $2k for it not knowing if anything was any good. I assumed I could part it out at the least. More than one person offered to buy it from me the day I came home with it though. I put a new switch in it an it fired up, ran an drove fine. I have been driving it sense November put less than $500 in work in to it in that time.

 

I though about driving both to Ohio an let my family sell them up there for me for a little more but its not worth it to me. That would take time.

 

I do know a few people that make good money buying rust free cars down here to hall north an sell then turn around an buy rust buckets up north an hall the engines south to sell here.

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