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Discussion in 'Fox-Body Mustangs' started by Jewls999, May 30, 2020.

  1. Jewls999

    Jewls999 New Member

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    Looking for a Notchback that does not require a lot of maintenance. I have an '83 5.0 5 speed convertible that doesn't run and requires a lot of work. I would like something I can drive now and is easy to maintain. Coyote swap would be great!...if you guys know anybody in the nation please send them my way.
     
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    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    This doesn’t sound like a scam.

    Nice engrish wuhan


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  3. Jewls999

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    Seems fishy.
     
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    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Guaranteed. Just joined


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    Thanks for calling it out. I hope the next one is an actual seller
     
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    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I’ve seen them a lot in wtb threads.

    Click their avatar to view when they joined.

    Seems they all direct you to email someone else.


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    oldstv Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    If this question is inappropriate here I apologize and happily withdraw it.
    When someone thinks of a "Coyote swapped fox to purchase, what kind of dollars do they start out thinking of?
    Do they hope to get into one for same money as a regular engine or are they looking to spend upwards of...………..what? I know it depends on the car but I am interested in the starting thought process.
    I really am just curious and not looking to start anything.
     
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    Definitely not inappropriate. In fact, so as to get more attention, I would start your own thread discussing this.
    With that being said you will definitely be paying more for a Coyote swap than for a regular engine as long as it was done right. Unfortunately I can't really give you a ballpark figure as there are just too many variables.
     
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  9. Jewls999

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    What I've seen lately 15-25k
     
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    triple-s Well-Known Member Established Member

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    yeah usually around 20 and up. I was going to buy one last month for 30 but then the seller backed out.
     
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    Loosescrews Active Member Established Member

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    And I agree with the title of this thread as I too want to buy one. I just literally never see them for sale.
     
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    oldstv Well-Known Member Premium Member Established Member

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    Thank you for the replies. I was wondering this because I bought one last year and paid much more than the prices that you put up. I thought I paid a fair price for what had been done and could definitely not build it for what I paid for it.
     

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