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Very Sweet.................

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Shelby-GT350-Convertible-Shelby-GT350-Ultra-rare-50th-Anniversary-Edition-/201042137374?forcerrptr=true&hash=item2ecf0b911e&item=201042137374&pt=US_Cars_Trucks

 

 

PS: NOT being able to put 2 or 3 Upper Case Letters together in the Title Box REALLY Sucks.

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PS: NOT being able to put 2 or 3 Upper Case Letters together in the Title Box REALLY Sucks.

It is a sweet car, but that price is bad drugs combined with a tequila overdose.

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Nice car.

 

Anyone know what the brand of paint and color code for the gold is for the GT350 50th?

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Nice car.

 

Anyone know what the brand of paint and color code for the gold is for the GT350 50th?

Jer can tell you

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What is a realistic price?

$90 - 100K based on recent resales and auction results

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my guess is that the car cost the guy well over $100k

 

based on the options and the SAI premium for the 50th

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$90 - 100K based on recent resales and auction results

Agreed. So based on that, asking price on Ebay of 109K is not necessarily “drug and tequila” induced.

 

I guess asking a low price to lose money is the way to do it?

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Agreed. So based on that, asking price on Ebay of 109K is not necessarily “drug and tequila” induced.

 

I guess asking a low price to lose money is the way to do it?

 

Don't forget to add up all of the Ebay Fee's for a Vehicle and PayPal Fee's WHICH, are not cheap.

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Don't forget to add up all of the Ebay Fee's for a Vehicle and PayPal Fee's WHICH, are not cheap.

True, but a lot less than auction buyer and seller fees.

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my guess is that the car cost the guy well over $100k

 

based on the options and the SAI premium for the 50th

And I would say that's a good guess, if not even more. Also considering that the 50th Anniversary model was the rarest current generation GT350 built and that Shelby American no longer builds a GT350, well this could be a fair price to the right buyer.

 

Steve

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Want it, Yes! Have the money for it, ah NO! I will just keep on dream in.

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Not the set up on a GT350.

 

I removed and boxed up my rear ducts - marginal at best - great for rock collectors

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This is the only ones I have Mr.Frank ,, :camera: ,,only ones I know of , :)

 

Thank you, Mr Switzer. I wonder how effective such an arrangement might be; air behavior in that area has to be pretty complex and difficult to model for the benefits it might yield.

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Not the set up on a GT350.

 

I removed and boxed up my rear ducts - marginal at best - great for rock collectors

 

But no photos or science, right?

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Hey u going to Vegas bash 2014?

I sure am! Staying from the 14th till the18th. You going too?

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