Q: Advice on maintaining a 20+ year old Mustang GT Coupe

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I've got a '95 Mustang GT Coupe. I've had this car for more than 13 years. It runs and drives okay. As it a 20+ year old car , there is a long list of work I need to do but I am on a limited budget. Should I fix it or sell it?

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