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  1. 18" Alcoa wheels for a 08- 09 KR

    Wow a few years ago they couldn’t give away the 18”, all about supply and demand. Are you sure the $3K wasn’t the 20” wheels?
  2. Congrats!!! Beautiful Car!!!!
  3. The issue I see is you can get a New GT350 for that price, in my opinion it is a Superior car in all aspects. Also come time to sell this will be very difficult, no one knows what it is. That is my opinion, you may like these years better then the New ones. The IRS and Tech alone would sway me away from any 2014 or earlier model. That said if you plan to keep it for a long time and you like having Unique things go for it!!! It is a beautiful car.
  4. I’m pretty sure it was the airbag recall, but I could be wrong. The one above is loaded, knowing the owner would make a difference to me.
  5. Not that long ago they could not sell them at Ford Dealers for less then that. I am not sure if this was part of the ones that were on the recall list and sat at Vegas for several years, but I will just tell you they were all Auctioned to Ford Dealers and many had just a few hundred miles and were not selling in the $50's. I am not sure what they ended up selling for, but Dealers were asking $50's for many many months and they sat. That said it looks like a really nice car, value is difficult to determine because so few were made. I would make a lowball offer and move on, again this is me, I am thinking $50K. Good luck I almost bought one of the recall ones.
  6. That is the highest I’ve seen, $1800 almost seems too cheap, but $7500 is crazy. I was thinking it would be $3000 or so.
  7. I counted 30 of the 2016 GT-H's for sale.

    Crazy, didn't they start at like $150K or something like that? The sad part is they had to pay for the overhead this entire time and I bet if they priced them at $49K off the bat they all would've sold in a month or so. Here is the sad part now that the New Mustang has been upgraded so much I think it is still overpriced, it has 34K of beat on miles on it. I would buy the New GT in my choice of color and options with no beat on miles for a little more, the transmission alone is worth the price difference.
  8. Indoor Car Cover for 2008 SGT Conv

    Here are a few, has only been out of bag once prior to this, brand new. I didn’t want to put on car because it isn’t clean, but it fits perfect.
  9. Indoor Car Cover for 2008 SGT Conv

    I’ll try to get that to you before I go away, if not I’ll be back Friday.
  10. Indoor Car Cover for 2008 SGT Conv

    I’ll sell you mine, I used it once, it is actually the one meant for your car, it is blue with silver stripes. I didn’t buy white because I figured it would get dirty. It looks like the going rate is $350 or so, I don’t remember what I paid, but I’ll take $250 shipped if you want it. If so I can take pictures when I get home later, let me know.
  11. Just curious how much did they charge you? Thank you!!!!
  12. Battery

    Not a bad price at all, the blanket fit perfect over mine as well so it looks like they are the same size. Next time I might go the Motorcraft Route, by the way mine was $76 for those that may be looking.
  13. Battery

    I just replaced my 2nd battery, went with an Interstate from Costco, best out there for the money. My original lasted 6-7 years, my Napa lasted 3-4, I am hoping for at least 5 out of this one.
  14. It looks like this is going down the same road as the SS and other recent rollouts, to get it loaded will push 6 digits. There are a significant amount of other cars I would prefer in the $100K price range, 2 of them are the GT350R and the soon to be released GT500. I’m sure they will find some buyers, I do love the looks more then the SS, finally no Black Wheels!!!
  15. You have to wonder how many dealers will jump on this, the SS and F150’s sat on lots for years, many are still on lots. I’m assuming they must get some of the profit, that would give them an incentive to buy one for their inventory, otherwise it seems foolish to do so. These are still going to be more expensive then a GT-350 and the GT500 is around the corner. I like it a lot from the pictures, I would get a White Vert with Gold Stripes and I would keep it NA. As far as Hertz loyalist I honestly don’t think they are too worried about that they still can’t sell under 200 cars from 2016, how many actual loyalist are there? No offense to any on this forum, but there obviously aren’t many to speak of. That said I agree the “H” shouldn’t be a part of this. Call it heritage if you want, just lose the “H”.