Should I keep my 2005 Ford Mustang?

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#1

6 cyc 110 k miles. runs great. two bags of clubs fit in trunk with my cue case, no problem. needs new shocks and dash stepper motors. have motors just too lazy to schedule work. shocks and spring replacement in my wheelhouse, no problem. drivers seat needs motor, plan to crank seat down to where i like it, problem solved. should i keep car?


#2

If you have to ask a bunch of anonymous folks in the interwebs that question, you have already determined the answer is: No, you should not keep this car.

Don’t know why you feel the need to change the springs, but the fronts will require a spring compressor to safely remove the springs from the struts and install new ones. I’d suggest an alignment afterwards.


#3

How would I make that decision for you ?