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On EBAY a 2007 GT/SC for sale. Don't know who's it is but they spelled Tasca TASKA! Nice car with low miles for a good price!! Will it sell......?

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Seems like a decent asking price, but he will need a lot better description and more detailed pictures, most people do not know what this car is.

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I would rather have a GT/SC than a GT500. I am very familiar with both. The GT/SC is lighter and faster. Better for road courses. If you want to build one up to drag, then I guess the 5.4 is a better choice for you.

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I would rather have a GT/SC than a GT500. I am very familiar with both. The GT/SC is lighter and faster. Better for road courses. If you want to build one up to drag, then I guess the 5.4 is a better choice for you.

 

 

I agree but we're not the majority of the buying public that gravitates to the GT500. When you consider a new 2013 Boss 302 is $42k and the best road track Mustang ever made and that will give some buyers reason to pause. Say nothing that the price isn't any discount off the purchase of an SGT and then adding the blower from the prices I've seen lately. It will be interesting if it sells! Again...it's all about finding the right buyer that cares enough about and wants to he at the price you're asking. I'm honestly seeing a lot of cars up for sale at, what I think, are unrealistic prices...but that's JUST MY OPINION and that's worth about "0" off the price of this car! ;-)

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I agree with the comments: The GT/SC is , IMO, better than a GT500 but no one knows these cars except those of us who are Shelby enthusiasts. So with a 36k price tag and with that ad he put in......he might have an issue. I wonder who's it is?

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Wonder who it is? The license is SHELBGT, could not identify the state at this time. And it is black, and was completed at TASCA. Possibly a Vermont or New Hampshire license plate?

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Nice car but it is over priced, just bought an 08 SGTSC with 13,700 miles for $25,900, and it is a 4 out of 5. I wish the seller all the best, but several of the above post are correct, the market right now does not allow for a starting price that high.

 

Just my 2 cents....

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An asking price is just that, but I hope he gets it!

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Peter is your a Authentic GTSC??? Big difference in my opinion.

 

If it was done in Vegas or Tasca you got a Steal

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$36,000 is not high based on what you would pay for an SGT now and then add the GT/SC conversion and upgrades as the car in this auction. Actually I think it is very reasonably priced.

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Documentation is everything and I do not see any evidence of that ?

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$36,000 is not high based on what you would pay for an SGT now and then add the GT/SC conversion and upgrades as the car in this auction. Actually I think it is very reasonably priced.

 

 

For the right buyer I agree 100%, if you were in the Market for a Shelby GT and planned to do the SC conversion this is actually a good deal, problem is the Ad is terrible and the right buyer will take patience.

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Concur re the question of the pedigree as that will add long term value. But just because you add 10K to a vehicle does not mean you can expect an additional 10K return. The cars have already lost at least 25% of their original value, if not more, and so the 10K investment probably drops by at least 25%.

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Nice car but it is over priced, just bought an 08 SGTSC with 13,700 miles for $25,900, and it is a 4 out of 5. I wish the seller all the best, but several of the above post are correct, the market right now does not allow for a starting price that high.

 

Just my 2 cents....

 

 

Please tell us where your GT/SC was made, Tasca or Las Vegas or? If you bought an authorized registered one of those with 13k miles for $25k you should be talking the value up not down. ; )

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the auction ended 3 days ago. I don't know if anyone won the auction or not. The price is listed as 34,900. Was that the starting price? Vehicle is in New Hampshire.

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The person I bought it from was not sure, so I called up Shelby and they did tell me that is was a SGT and that the SC/Inter-Cooler was added after, but they could not tell me where it was done. I will be adding some pic's soon, but I am waiting to complete some touch ups in the next week or so.. It is a Whipple thou, and thanks, I agree that I did steal it as the book on the SGT was about $33k plus the options, so we are happy to say the least..

 

 

I know you are new here, it does not sound like you have a Documented Shelby GT/SC. I still think you got a deal, but to me being in the Registry will be critical to resale. Most folks would not want any mods otherwise, that is why I have gotten every mod I have done at Tasca. Not to mention they do an Outstanding Job

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Not 100% sure where the SC was put on as I bought it from the 2nd owner and he did not know. I did double check with Shelby, and they did adivse that it was originally produced as a SGT and that the SC was added after the fact by the original owner, but they had no further information for me on it. As far as the value, I know I got a steal and I did not hesitate to purchase it, but if you look around you can buy an 08 instead of an 07, with low miles and a SC for less than $30. I agree that the value is much higher, but that is a bais opinion, and the truth is that value for these cars is whatever someone wants to pay for it, and right now it is not as strong as we all would like.

 

PS, pictures will follow, but I am doing a few things first to bring it back to a 5 out of 5 before I post anything in order to give it, it's due!! I do know that the mods where done by the dealership/specific shop that specializes in these things, but it was not done by Shelby..

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Kinda looks like Roger's old car except for the hood.

 

 

Sure does, mine is in a collection on the west coast.

 

Roger

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Sure does, mine is in a collection on the west coast.

 

Roger

 

 

I built a white copy of it, I let Roger drive it it whever he gets misty-eyed for his old girl.

 

:hysterical:

 

Jer

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I wonder what the opinion is on the value of a "GT/SC" that has thrown some rods through the block would be. I guess I just don't see the point of adding all the extra HP and not be able to use it. Do you take it back to an "authorized" mod shop to get it rebuilt and it's value remains the same? I don't think so but to each his own. I don't care much because mine will never be sold and it means alot more to me because I did all the work. I drive the piss out of it and love it. *Flame suit on*.

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I think the guys that sent there SGT back to Shelby to have it SC'd have great pride in the fact that Shelby did it......I don't think that the future value will be any difference from the guy who brought it to Shelby or did it himself of had the FORD dealer install it. I think the value is in the eye of the beholder.

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Jason, while I usually agree with you, I do not agree with your observation on future GT/SC's value compared to non-converted cars done by non-Shelby authorized shops. If I did, I would have done mine here locally myself.

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