Its getting harder and harder to find SVTs for sale with less than a 100k on the odometer too. The ones with less than 60k all seem to be asking $6-7k+ too. I'd say go for it if you get the car and the work done for less than $4k when all is said and done.
I had the VIN checked and it's a one owner car also the mileage is legit. My main concern was that it's a legit SVT lots of clones out there. Every SVT I looked at I had the VIN checked. Although not the cleanest I have seen, for the cost and what needs to be done I'm still way ahead of the game. The interior needs to have a date with Resolve and a brush...LOL but no rips or tears what so ever. Non smoker also. Did my calculations and I will be right around $3600 all said and done. Cost of car plus body work and odds and ends.
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