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Discussion in 'Ford GT' started by bret a ewing, Jan 4, 2008.
Suckers are 2 years old! Time to start lookin' !:thumbsup:
They are still bringing MSRP! :-D
You can find them at pretty good deals you just have to be patient, I have been looking, seen them sell in the 128K to 135K range, MSRP was around 150K.
I have never seen one for 128k or 135k, someone show me this?!
I agree. :-D
I thought all MSRP's were 159,999 or more also?
msrp on the 2005's was 150k
msrp on the 2006's was 165K
GT's that have less than 5,000 miles on them sell for more than msrp.
GT's that have 5,000-10,000 miles on them seem to sell for msrp.
GT's that have over 10,000 miles on them can be found for less than msrp.
I have been watchin e-bay and seen them sell in the High 120's and some in the High 130K's Like I said, But I haven't seen a lot in this range only like 2 or three. Just be patient the prices will Fall. I will check some on ebay tonight.
Nope there was a discussion on FGT forums about the prices, they are rising. The car that sold in 120 was a salvage title car.
There was a first year S7 that sold on Ebay a few months ago for like $250,000. Now that was a bargain!
Not if you've ever driven an S7...
what the hell is that supposed to mean. That car is outstanding. My neighbor two doors down has ablack one and it drives just as it should.
What do you think it means? :rollseyes
Must be a typo....
Read the ad:
A one of a kind kit car with the original 1966 GT40 body.
Gotcha. Nice. And what's even better is you don't have to worry about emissions. :thumbsup:
After a quick search through the completed listings on ebay...
The prices for the last ten GT's that were listed as sold:
The MSRP for a 2005 GT with all four options was $157K. A 2006 GT (or a July/August built '05) with all four options was $167K. The Heritage was a touch more.
$145k on Barrett Jackson on Sunday. It is a 2005 with 980 miles.