I’m new here and looking for some advice or suggestions. I am trying to help someone sell a 1965 Mustang GT convertible they inherited. I am not a car guy, and neither are they. I can provide some information found in a pile of paperwork that came with the car but don’t know much at all about classic Mustangs.
This car was rebuilt from a wreck and was purchased about 10 years ago. There are non-original parts on it and it was repainted so things do not match the codes or VIN. It has an automatic transmission, a Pony interior, Shelby wheels, upgraded power brakes, and a/c. It is labeled as having a 289 motor and has a Holley 4 bbl carburetor, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator. The car was well cared for and appears to be in very good condition.
One question I have is what this car is worth. I have been told “this is an excellent car and because it is a GT and a convertible it should be worth $30K”, all the way down to " it has after market stuff on it, a salvage title, and the codes don’t match so you’ll be lucky to get $19K for it", and everything in between. If anyone has any advice on how to find out what it is worth, I would appreciate the help.
My other question is, basically, how does one go about selling a classic car such as this one? Again, I am open to suggestions.