History has a way of repeating itself, even in the automobile industry. Ford’s current strategy of offering two performance versions of the Mustang (your choice of EcoBoost Turbocharged four-cylinder or traditional small-block V8) traces its roots back to the early eighties when the company offered either the 5.0L V8 GT or the turbo-four SVO. Within two years, the V8 version won out as consumers preferred the low-bang-for-the-buck GT over the high-priced SVO.
Based on the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool, the seller’s asking price of $11,500 is realistically placed between the #2 “Excellent” and #3 “Good” Levels. This is another interesting and fun vehicle that can get you into the Collector Car Hobby for not a lot of money and will be the talk of any Mustang or Cars & Coffee show you drive it to. Good luck with the sale!