Mustang Payment CalculatorLast Updated August 14, 2019
Thinking of buying a new Mustang and interested in seeing what your monthly payments would look like. Then this CJ’s resource is for you. Select if you want to calculate based on the total loan amount or the monthly payment you can afford. The graph breaks down the loan amount and how much interest you'll be paying on that loan.
As you’re presented with expensive car bills, you will be faced with a decision. Should you repair the car? Or should you replace it? This infographic provides you the necessary information on how to best make that decision.
When it comes to finding the perfect 1965-1973 Mustang to kickstart your restoration, it can be extremely difficult finding the perfect car. Not only do you have your preferences, like year, trim level, engine, body style, etc., but you also need to take into account the condition of the classic Mustang you’re looking to buy. If key structural parts of the vehicles are damaged or rusted through, it may simply not be worth the time, effort and money - no matter how good of a deal it may be. Let the experts here at CJ’s walk you through the key things to look for when searching for your first classic Mustang restoration.
Almost everyone has at least written down or seen the VIN number to their Mustang at least once. Whether it was on the Bill of Sale or on the paperwork when you signed the title and adjoining paperwork from the dealership. However, each VIN number means something when you boil it down to each particular character. Since 1979, the Federal Government mandated how VINs should be regulated and modeled off a particular template. You’ll be able to find your 1981-2019 Mustang’s VIN info right here in CJ’s Resource Center.
If you are getting a new vehicle and unsure of whether you should trade in your current vehicle or try to sell it yourself, then you should check out CJ’s new calculator. CJ’s Private Sale vs Trade-In calculator can help you determine what you should do with your used vehicle.