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I was wondering if I could get some information regarding a Boss mustang. One of my relatives found a mustang on the local chevrolet lot. The dealer says this is a 2008 mustang gt Boss. I was asked about it, but I haven't been able to find any information about it online. I am trying to figure out if this car is actually legit. If it is legit, how much would the car be worth over a standard 2008 gt?
I wouldn't necessarily remove the stickers and Boss decals but just don't let the dealer try to sell you something that it's not. It's a nice clean looking stang but a little overpriced for the miles. You could get a 2010, if not, a 2011 5.0 for that price, give or take.
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Thanks guys. That is what I thought. Before I told him anything, he offered $18 k to the dealership and was promptly refused. I thought that $18 k was way too high. I guess the dealer didn't want to move the cars on his lot. I will inform my relative that he should look for a different car. The majority of the car is in relatively good condition, but the front is full of paint chips.
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