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Old 07-27-2013, 08:28 AM
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Angry why is it so hard to find a GT??

this is really pissing me off, buying a v6 mustang was the worst desciion i ever made, its like i bought a mustang but at the same time its not a mustang at all! why does ford even make v6 mustangs? it seems like most mustangs on road or for sale are v6!

but been looking on craigs, local classified, autotrader etc and the only GTs for sale are like 2007 ones for 20 grand! where have all the sn95 GT mustang gone??

also im tired of getting ripped on by my friends calling me six sucker and castrated stang and mustang cheap edition. They all have awesome imports like 370z and M3.

i have about 17k all together as my life savings but i dont have any income right now but im so desperate i am going to buy a 2007 gT!!! i cant take it anymore!!!

http://lacrosse.craigslist.org/ctd/3878940929.html
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Old 07-27-2013, 08:44 AM
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Man there are a lot of sn95 gt mustangs listed in my area. I live in ohio , but I did a quick search on the lacrosse craigs list and there are lots of sn95 cars there. It is just what you expect to get and what you want to pay.
It sounds like your just looking for a reason to get a 07 lol

And Im right there with you about mustangs having a v6 or a 4cyl, Get a gt or a svt cobra .

here is one I found in ohio, for a pretty good price ..

http://toledo.craigslist.org/cto/3930302987.html
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Old 07-27-2013, 09:21 AM
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So you are going to financially wipe yourself out to buy a car. Not a smart decision.
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Old 07-27-2013, 09:48 AM
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those GTs u see in the lacrosse area are like 3 hours away from me and 95-96 so idk if i would trust driving it back incase it broke down on the way.

when i lived in texas I saw GTs for dirt cheap in great condition but back then I thought GT would be horrible on gas and I see they aint so bad.
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:09 AM
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Why not install a eaton m90 supercharger? This done right ads great hp.
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:28 AM
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those GTs u see in the lacrosse area are like 3 hours away from me and 95-96 so idk if i would trust driving it back incase it broke down on the way.

when i lived in texas I saw GTs for dirt cheap in great condition but back then I thought GT would be horrible on gas and I see they aint so bad.
Dude I would have no problem driving a car that far even just buying it. You just have to make sure you check it out. I have a good eye for these kinds of things when I look at a car.
If you don't trust driving one that far just find someone with a truck and trailer it.

Id sell you mine for 4500 and I guarantee it would make it , Id have no doubts about taking mine to the west coast , as a matter of fact Ill be driving it to the rio grande valley in a few months down to Harlingen Tx.
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GTs are hard to find?

You can't swing a dead cat without hitting one around here.
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Old 07-27-2013, 02:02 PM
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dont show a seller how desperate you are. youll never get them down on price.

who cares what your friends say anyway, you dont need to buy something to please them. take your time and buy something you fall in love with or else youll regret that too.
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Old 07-27-2013, 02:36 PM
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There is nothing wrong with owning a V6 Mustang. They may be underpowered, but you can make them relatively fast and you can make them into a cornering machine. Your buddies sound like ******** to me. There are plenty of GT's to be had out there. Start looking further away from where you live. Spending all of the money you have is not a good idea.

I'm finding '03 GT's for close to 3K around here. Relax and don't rush it, just take your time and something will come along.
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