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Discussion in 'Cobra R's' started by Michael Ruscica, Apr 14, 2021.
No sale at $90,000
But mine is different. Wait...
The stickers gave it the extra bump in price
that’s how the car was unveiled to the media in 1999 at the 35th anniversary mustang show at Charlotte motor speedway.
John coletti himself introduced it.
I was there !
I think people are catching on to just how special these cars are.
I'm hardly surprised, since the Reserve was so high. Can't blame him for trying.
EDIT: If this 2000 'R' is owned by anyone on SVTP, my apologies for jumping on the high Reserve. Any car like this, in reality, is worth what a buyer thinks it's worth.
I think maybe the seller was trying to set a baseline, see how close it could get to his reserve ?
just my opinion
Oh absolutely. I think the cool factor is there for sure. The auto art diecast models have the stickers as well.
I do agree that the specialty status of these 2000 'R's is increasing. With their limited run, it will be interesting to follow its collector car value over the next few years.
Gee, I used mine, but if a 2500 mile one is jumping into those prices, my 15000 mile only driven on a closed course one should still be up there. Anyone willing to pay more than it's worth?
List it... a fool is born every minute. Im sure you'll get lucky!
I would've sold that for $90k in about .000000000004 seconds.
Did anyone see that one on BAT $98k sold
$102,900 with Buyer’s premium on a car that had paintwork and no binder. I would say that prices are officially going up.
Bet you’re glad you never sold
Why sell for $90K when cars with paint work and missing binders are bringing well over $100K?
Boy howdy! Funny thing is, I had a guy really lowball me when I had the car listed for $45k. He’s recently been relentlessly emailing asking me what number I would consider. Not for sale, sir. Not. For. Sale.