Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: podunk, middle of western WA
That car's in great shape, but I didn't think anybody in their right mind would pay even as much as $7500 for it.
if you will scroll down my feedback you will see a hapy customer who just bought a 93 cobra from me for 18,900.
Though a cobra for under 20K would be nice, given the year, mileage and condition
Here's the message I sent him via his auction:
Hi, my name's Elliot Simpson, aka Falcon5783 on the Thunderbird and Cougar Club of America TCCoA - http://forums.tccoa.com
. A member of our forums saw your auction and posted in regards to it on the forums and that's why I'm contacting you. If you're having second thoughts to selling this car, I would highly recommend closing your auction as you will never see this car again. Also, I don't mean to criticize your judgement, but I believe $10,500 is highly over priced for a tbird SC. I understand emotional attachment to your car (as I have a 95 LX) and the rarity-factor, but the simple fact of the matter is our cars are not worth 10k. I personally would love to see you keep and enjoy your car and we'd all love to see another mn12 enthusiast on the boards. In any case hope all goes well for you and wishing you the best - - Elliot
'95 who-the-hell-knows-what in progress
2003 Mustang Cobra radiator, 180* T-stat, Hayden Ultra-cool auxiliary transmission cooler, 13" slotted/cross-drilled front rotors, Dual-Piston PBR calipers Powder Coated Red w/ black logo, 17" 7-spoke Chrome Motegis, JVC Arsenal 5000 HU with touch screen, Kappa 5x7's, Audiobahn 12 pushing 550 rms, FF50 driving lights, FF75 fog lights, xenon 95 air dam, 97 side skirts, rear window tbird decal