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    Selling my Mustang

    I hate to, but I hardly drive it anymore. My back has gotten to the point egress is getting painful. Its a 1988 GT with 68k original miles. The paint has gone to shit, but the dash is uncracked, it has cold A/C and the cruise control even works. It has 93 cobra GT40 heads that have been ported with the factory 1.7 roller rockers. Sub frame connectors, 3.55 gears and four wheel disc brakes. I'm thinking $4500. Y'all think its a fair price? Or should I ask for more?



    Not the best pic of it, grabbed it off of google maps.
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    #2
    Always start 2K higher than you are willing to accept. Unless you need to pay bills next week.

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      #3
      I think $4500 is a steal. I'd bump it up some.
      Tuesday is soylent green day

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        #4
        I don't know, but do you do any ab exercises to help with your back. The Mayo Clinic website has some basic back exercises and stretches that might help.
        I don't know.

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          #5
          Originally posted by gamgee View Post
          I don't know, but do you do any ab exercises to help with your back. The Mayo Clinic website has some basic back exercises and stretches that might help.
          I wish it was that easy. My back issues stem from a spinal injury not muscular. When I had my first back surgery, my orth. surgeon said he didn't understand why the hell I wasn't paralyzed. So I consider myself lucky.
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          http://deovindice.org/

          http://dixienet.org/

          http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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            #6
            Originally posted by dudeman View Post

            I wish it was that easy. My back issues stem from a spinal injury not muscular. When I had my first back surgery, my orth. surgeon said he didn't understand why the hell I wasn't paralyzed. So I consider myself lucky.
            I didn't mean to presume. My apologies.
            I don't know.

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              #7
              You know, if I had a surgeon tell me he didn't understand something, I'd probably get a more competent surgeon.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Harvey_Wideshaft View Post
                You know, if I had a surgeon tell me he didn't understand something, I'd probably get a more competent surgeon.
                He was the best in Orlando. Dr. Stephen Goll.
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                  #9
                  Should've gone to Tampa.

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