Since my Mustang has been in the paper since Friday, I've only had two calls. The first guy wants my car for a project car. He currently has a 90's TBird 3.8L that's supercharged at 13psi, front mount aftercooler, lowered, and really clean (got to see it). He didn't know if he could afford the car at the moment. I was like 'why did you call then?' Whatever.... Anyways, today I got a much better call. A guy at an aftermarket detailing shop is interested. I'm showing him the car tomorrow. The big thing is the second guy offered a trade. He has a 2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4dr. It's white and has similiar miles as the Mustang, and that's all I know. He said if he likes the Mustang and I like the Jeep, he would do a straight trade. His Jeep books at $9-10k with normal miles, so probably $8k value then. So what should I do if the guy seriously wants my car? He said if I just wanted cash, he'd sell his Jeep to a guy at a car lot for $6500 and give me the cash. That sounds good. Or.... Take the Jeep for the meantime, see how I like it, and if I don't, sell it for $8k. That's a $1500 profit. But then there's the hassle of selling another car. What should I do? I'm definately a car person over being an SUV driver. The Jetta is still around, and I think the Civic, too. So I could get either one for the cash from the Mustang. Thoughts?