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2009 V6 Convertible Ford Mustang (salvage Title) on 2040-cars

US $8,999.00
Year:2009 Mileage:34000
Location:

King, North Carolina, United States

King, North Carolina, United States

This car has a salvage title. It has 4 new wheels and tires and brand new brake pads. I also had two new headlights installed. The car drives and runs extremely well and has roughly 34k original miles. Plenty of power and handles like a brand new car. I also added Ford fog lights. Great everyday use car!

The top is in overall good condition with normal wear and tear. No major issues with the car at all!

Please don't waste my time and I will not waste yours! E-Mail me only if your interested and do not BID if you cannot purchase!

Check my Feedback: I have sold numerous vehicles on Ebay and will do everything to make sure you walk away happy with your purchase.

My son is enlisting in the Air Force thus the reason I am selling the car! He has had for 2 years, maintenance kept up and score is less than 5 miles from my house. That is why low mileage!


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Mon, 07 Apr 2014 15:01:00 EST

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