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You can buy a new top (material) for about $150.00, but install is another story.
2001 Mustang GT Convertible Mods: DiabloSport Predator Tuner, K&N CAI, Sequential Tail Lights
White Gauges, Cobra Brakes, 2001 Cobra SVT wheels Photo Album
On the motor in the BMW X5, M version: “The results (of the M spec motor) are as dramatic as putting a furious weasel in your underpants. This car would be less annoying to ecomentalists if it ran on sliced dolphin.” - Jeremy Clarkson
^+1, what is broken, or at least what does it not do that it is supposed to?
$500 to $2500+ depending on what is broken and whether or not you will be paying someone else to do the repairs--which brings up another point, if you are not able to do your own repairs buying as 11 year old Mustang (especially a convertible) could be pretty much the same as buying a hole in the ground into which you dump, money...
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