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Old 03-03-2018, 02:59 PM
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I looked at this car yesterday and test drove it. It looks way better in the pictures. Quite a few problems. The lowest I could get him to was $4300 and its probably not worth that. I would have taken it for $3500 but he wasn't having it.

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Old 03-04-2018, 01:26 PM
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Not many 86 UHP Mustangs were ordered (I think 13?) so it might be worth it if its not rusted and has the original motor and interior.
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Old 03-04-2018, 02:13 PM
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Not many 86 UHP Mustangs were ordered (I think 13?) so it might be worth it if its not rusted and has the original motor and interior.
It was definitely an ssp mustang. It was the sellers father-in-law who passed away. The seller absolutely didn't know anything about cars. The seller said the father in law bought it from the Utah Highway Patrol in 1990. It was barely drivable. The brake pedal went basically to the floor the clutch fully engaged as soon as you let the pedal up. The engine idle crazy. The front end had been crashed and replaced but it was definitely an SSP Mustang. Even had the full size correct steel wheel spare in the trunk. It was stored outside under what I'm guessing was a huge tree. Gangster lean on the drivers seat. Basically it was restorable but too high of a price to begin with in my opinion. Its worth about $3500 to me but I went all the way up to $4200.. He stood strong at $4300 and that was it. Unfortunately I'm sure it will now be sold to the wrong person and will end up being and Oakland side show beater with its history thrown to the wayside.
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Old 03-04-2018, 07:24 PM
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Oh and it has red interior id for sure love ro have this, did u happen to get any other pics especially of the back seat?????
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Old 03-07-2018, 08:17 PM
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Oh and it has red interior id for sure love ro have this, did u happen to get any other pics especially of the back seat?????
Sorry nope. It really just looked like a normal coupe back seat. It was so close I didnt even ask him to send me pictures, I just went to look at it.
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Seller is penny wise and pound foolish to let you walk over $100.
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Old 03-09-2018, 12:20 PM
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Seller is penny wise and pound foolish to let you walk over $100.
Totally- I'm kinda glad I didn't get it. I was offering more than it was worth. The real shame is it's likely fate as a side show doughnut beater now....
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Too bad it didn't work out. More time for the 84!
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