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Discussion in 'SVT Shelby GT500' started by Juiced-03, Aug 16, 2006.
They seem to be going up in cos since the ugly '15 "Fast-backs" started appearing.
Just sold my 2012 gt and picked up a 2012 gt500 triple black svtpp with nav, recaros, and stripe delete.....2500 miles $40.7k on the road.
2011 svtpp sterling grey red stripe, electronics package, nav w/ quite a few extras (suspension, wheel/tire, pulley, tuner, intake) 21K miles for $39.5k private sale.
2012 Kona blue stripe delete with 6,600 miles, bone stock with performance package, 43.8
2008 G.O. GT500 with ~4600 miles on the clock.....33K
I just bought a 2009 with 19k miles on the clock. Black with alloy stripes, black/red guts, Shaker 1000 for 34.8k.
Bought mine back on 12/14/14 for $28,000. Talked them down from $31,999. 2007, white with blue stripes, 24,400 miles. Interesting fact about the car: It sat at the original dealer in Plano, TX for 3 years before it was finally purchased by the first owner.
2007 w/ some mods... 64k miles... $25k
07 Grabber w/ Black Stripes..1500 miles.......$30k
I bought my '14 with electronics package, track package, recaros (every option but glass roof) 10k miles for $55,000
08 Vista Blue convertible, Navigation, HIDs, C&L intake, FRPP shifter, Flowmasters, 31k miles, very clean, $29,8
3/7/15 08 Black/Black immaculate , HID's, Pulley, Magnaflows, SCT, JLT intake, 8k miles, $36k.
getting a fully loaded(minus glass roof) ruby red with 1238 on her for $60,700.00. plus it comes with the cover and front splitter.
Sounds like a 13/14 by the price.
guys we have a blue with black stripe 13 with 5k miles on it, and a 14 ruby with no stripe with 350 miles on it on the lot, took both in within a couple weeks of each other
2008 GT500KR with 8100 miles for $40.2k. It also came with 20 inch Alcoa'S and the original wheels and tires! Love this car!
It makes me wonder who in the hell buys these cars and just lets them sit. These are NO collectors. One of my dads old friends had an 07 with like..500-800 miles on it? Just garages it while he drives his AMG everywhere and thinks it is now worth more than what he bought it new (expecting 50k plus). Just blows my mind. These cars aren't FORD GT'S, DRIVE THEM. The '10 I found convert with only 500 miles scared me away as well, that's 4 years and only 500 miles, price is a steal though, but sitting fluids are NEVER good. :mj: Maybe in 40-50 years they will be collectors, as PETROL won't even be a thought then, but at that point I assume the biggest displacement motors will reign king with collectors, as they do now.
Picked up a 2010 grabber blue with colorado red stripes and navigation package for $34900 with 17k miles recently. Got another dealership to offer their 2010 for $35k with only 8k Mike's but no nav package. It was tempting but I like the color combo on the one I bought more.