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About summerrodeo

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  1. as most KRs don‘t have a lot of miles on them, my advice is to take the original set of wheels off the car as the old tires are not safe any more and store this set for the future. Buy a new set of rims and get new (better) tires for those to drive the car properly
  2. Congrats! Indeed a very rare color combo that I haven't seen in person yet. But I'm sure you will love the car and it's great handling. Good luck with the shipping, Florian
  3. There was a white 2013 V8 GTS incl. interior upgrade for sale at white bear Lincoln with 25k miles. It did not sell for a long time and they had to lower the price several times. Last price that I saw before the car was sold was 25,900. with those low production numbers, these cars have a good chance to be quite expensive in 30 years.
  4. 08KR0045 silver Germany shaker 1000 (currently for sale)
  5. Great Price for a 40th with high mileage of 63,000 Miles: http://www.ebay.com/itm/201437011664?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT Did a TS member buy the car?
  6. Wow, that's a great picture with three beauties united!
  7. Just to remember: I started this topic to inform about the latest auction results and we made it already to page 4 allowing individuals to express how they feel about the world and KR values. Even the funny T-shirt discussion just stopped the bullying process only for a moment. This is the only forum that I know of that tolerates this kind of behavior by its members and I really wonder wherefore Teamshelby has moderators in place.
  8. That's a little bid weird in my opinion. The GT500 was far below 80k. Maybe someone paid ADM in 2007 but that's worth nothing today. Also, I think that usually the plaque with the CSM number was installed by Shelby and not handed out with the car. The 40th are great cars and I'm pretty sure that their prices will not go down much further. If you time to search for the right one, you should be able to get the regular version ~ 40k and the stronger version for less than 60k. There are always cars for sale in the 60s but they usually don't sell.
  9. Agreed. If someone thinks to wait some years and score one for less than 40k, I'm pretty sure that this person will never own a KR. There's a lot of sports cars that doubled and tripled the last two years (Porsches, Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Ford GTs just to name some. My gut feeling is that the worldwide availability of Mustangs also will boost the older Mustang models as a lot of people will gain interest in the Mustang history. In Europe, the KRs are almost unknown. For example Cobra Rs, KRs, GT-H, classic Boss and GT500 have great potential to increase in value. There are a lot of markets with huge money that are still developing the classic car culture (India, China, Russia...) and will cause increased prices. Regards, Florian
  10. Not my car nor do I have further information but the price seems quite low in case someone is looking for a KR: http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-sale/vehicledetails.xhtml?listingId=399783898&LNX=MYATCALERTSEMLSRCH
  11. Agreed. On the other side, ebay is currently flooded with KRs for much less, also one of the million dollar worth red KRs starting at 51k.
  12. Black KR was sold yesterday for 77k with little bit less than 1,000 miles: http://www.rmauctions.com/ac15/the-andrews-collection/lots/2008-shelby-gt500-kr/1071982 Quite expensive...
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