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Hey guys new to the club and I’m trying to get a actuate figure in what my t-bird is worth also what edition if at all it is..Please no disrespect just reaching out for help thanks again.
 

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Looking good!

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First bear in mind the Bill Elliot edition was a dealer applied special edition package, there’s no documented production numbers, not really a set consistency to the cars they were applied to and for the ones out there I rarely see examples actually sold to determine their real world value to the right buyer, I see BE and other nascar editions listed for as much as $10,000-$20,000, but they are ads reposted over and over for years by the same seller/dealers, and those tend to have extremely low miles and be totally original, and I’m not sure those wheels are(chrome wasn’t used on fanblades until 1997 unless those were done custom) and I don’t believe that Ford Racing logo underhood didn’t exist in 1993, it should be Ford Motorsport back then.

But it looks like a remarkably clean car and 70k miles is low for a 93 LX. What engine does it have?
 

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The 000 on the trip odometer is a dead giveaway that the odometer gears are broken. With it being a V6 car and true mileage unknown, those 2 things seriously hurt the value, and I don’t think the Bill Elliot edition helps the value in any significant way, but it is clean, and looks to be rust-free, so I would say it is worth $2000-2500 if you find the right buyer, but you need to find someone who either doesn’t care that it’s a V6, or has a V8 car with rust that they are looking for a body to swap everything into, so your market is very limited.
 

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First bear in mind the Bill Elliot edition was a dealer applied special edition package, there’s no documented production numbers, not really a set consistency to the cars they were applied to and for the ones out there I rarely see examples actually sold to determine their real world value to the right buyer, I see BE and other nascar editions listed for as much as $10,000-$20,000, but they are ads reposted over and over for years by the same seller/dealers, and those tend to have extremely low miles and be totally original, and I’m not sure those wheels are(chrome wasn’t used on fanblades until 1997 unless those were done custom) and I don’t believe that Ford Racing logo underhood didn’t exist in 1993, it should be Ford Motorsport back then.

But it looks like a remarkably clean car and 70k miles is low for a 93 LX. What engine does it have?
3.8 unfortunately thank you for the info
 

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He posted on our local fb for sale page here in Front Royal, Va. I told him to change his post since it was listed as a Super Coupe and let him know about our club. Definitely a clean bird but still a $2,500 car.
 

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First bear in mind the Bill Elliot edition was a dealer applied special edition package, there’s no documented production numbers, not really a set consistency to the cars they were applied to and for the ones out there I rarely see examples actually sold to determine their real world value to the right buyer, I see BE and other nascar editions listed for as much as $10,000-$20,000, but they are ads reposted over and over for years by the same seller/dealers, and those tend to have extremely low miles and be totally original, and I’m not sure those wheels are(chrome wasn’t used on fanblades until 1997 unless those were done custom) and I don’t believe that Ford Racing logo underhood didn’t exist in 1993, it should be Ford Motorsport back then.

But it looks like a remarkably clean car and 70k miles is low for a 93 LX. What engine does it have?
Hey everyone, I was the guy who bought this car off of FB marketplace out of Broadway VA. I have daily'd this car everyday for 2 years now. This past year I took it to Carlisle and won an award. Jut wanted to let all of you who responded to know that I have enjoyed reading back on you comments and learning more about the possibility of it being a real Bill edition.
To prove this is my car, I ripped out the gauge cluster to repair the odometer gear because it was missing a couple teeth. (Pretty common for 20+ year old Ford plastic stuff)
If you want any pics, just reply to me and I'll add some!
Thanks!


^^thebillybirdguy
 
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