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Five classic Ford Mustangs you can still afford

1964½-66 Convertible (six cylinder) http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/Leisure/2009/cheap-stang-1.jpgIf you simply must have the first version of the Mustang in a convertible and have $25,000 or less to spend on a nice one, well then you’re likely to have to settle for the six-cylinder model instead of the  260  or  289 V-8 . And the six of the ’60s was nothing like today’s 300-plus hp base V-6. Nope, the 200-cubic-inch straight-six was good for just 120 hp, so performance was leisurely at best. No matter; the six still looked great.1964½-66 V-8 Coupe http://global.fncstatic.com/static/managed/img/Leisure/2009/cheap-stang-2.jpgyou’d really rather have a V-8, there’s still time to find one for less than $25,000. Granted, it won’t be a swoopy fastback or a drop-top, but the basic hardtop is still a pretty car. Don’t expect the highest horsepower versions of the Mustang 289-cubic-inch V-8 at this price point, but nice cars are still out there. For now anyway.1971-1973 Mach I 3...

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