I have a 64 1/2 restored Mustang 170 cu in. If I was to sell what would be the best avenue?


Asked by Aug 03, 2017 at 06:39 PM about the 1964 Ford Mustang Standard Coupe

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

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You can try Craig's List but be prepared for all the lowballers, scammers and flippers that will tell you what a great car it is and with work it might be worth a couple of thousand. I would try Hemming's Motor news and do your research so that you know its value.

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Autotrader is excellent for all cars, and it has thorough background checks, so most legitimate people will look on there over craigslist; I know I would. There are also websites specifically meant for classic cars; carandclassic is one of them. I would recommend a website intended for car sales, and a large and well known one. I wouldn't like looking for a car on Craigslist or Ebay, just because it has a lower chance of being legitimate.


If this is a true, "numbers matching" 64 1/2 you should contact one of the big auto auction companies as if it is in excellent restored condition, it is worth BIG MONEY! Check R&M, Mecom or Google auto auctions for a big listing.

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