Check out this link.
I know... it's not a Mustang, or even a Ford, but you must admit it's
a very nice car. Now here's the thing: They want $75Gs? (Not that
this price is out of line for what these cars in this condition often
fetch.) Yes, it's absolutely mint condition, but it's not a hemi car,
or even 440. And even if it were a top-of-the-line classic
Challenger, $75 grand will buy a lot of [modern] car these days. For
a Dodge guy, a new 392 Challenger comes to mind and that still leaves
him with plenty of money for a VERY nice runabout when he doesn't, on
an in-climate day, want to spoil the fresh wax job on the 
Challenger. I know there's the nostalgic factor, and auto purchases
aren't always done with the rational side of the brain, but for
someone who isn't mega-rich it would seem a purchase for something
like this would take a lot to convince yourself that this is a deal.
- posted 9 years ago