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So, I decided I really wanted the 350r but after I looked closely, I realized like all of you probably know you have to order them, the dealer has to have an allocAtion and they are going to charge you 10k over or more.

And unfortunately it was out of my price range.  No worries, I'll just wait, keep my eyes open, try to save up a little.

The next day, no lie, car gurus, I see this 350r advertised as a 350. It was a trade in to a dodge dealer. So its 11am. I tell my boss I gotta go, jump in my 2015gt and head for a dodge dealer.  

Bottom line, black, black racing stripe with read accent, 2017, 2600 miles, 57.9k. To hours later I'm driving home in my 350r...crazy...

They didn't know what it was or how to price it

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Sounds like the person that traded it got jacked, the dealer made money for sure.

 

Nice find!!!

 

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That Sir, was one hell of a deal and find!  It doesn't happen alot, but there are dealers out there that don't always recognize the value and rarity of what they got on their lot!  I actually saw this happen about two years back with a 2007 factory super-charged Shelby Mustang GT that was on a local dealer's lot.  It was priced way below its real value and it had very low miles.  It didn't last long and it was gone when I checked back!    

"MONGOOSE"     :peelout:

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On 5/12/2018 at 6:00 PM, Poppadeizal said:

So, I decided I really wanted the 350r but after I looked closely, I realized like all of you probably know you have to order them, the dealer has to have an allocAtion and they are going to charge you 10k over or more.

And unfortunately it was out of my price range.  No worries, I'll just wait, keep my eyes open, try to save up a little.

The next day, no lie, car gurus, I see this 350r advertised as a 350. It was a trade in to a dodge dealer. So its 11am. I tell my boss I gotta go, jump in my 2015gt and head for a dodge dealer.  

Bottom line, black, black racing stripe with read accent, 2017, 2600 miles, 57.9k. To hours later I'm driving home in my 350r...crazy...

They didn't know what it was or how to price it

You know what they say on the Interweb........ pics or it didnt happen. :rockon:

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The file size of the pics I took is too large. It won't let me upload. How do you guys make the pics under 497k?

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Congrats, you got a great deal on an R!

Add pics to your gallery then link them into the post. 

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I'm a novice when it comes to this.

When I link even one pic it says it is too large.  Trying to edit to make it smaller 

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Do you have a Flickr account? I use Flickr.....makes it simple. :) 

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I use Paint to resize and Crop, it comes on most Computers.  Save the Photo on your Computer, then go to the Photo and Right Click on it.  The Drop Down Box will give you a list of options, Click on "Open With" and choose Paint.

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Ok, I got a Flickr account last night. Uploaded the photos. I will try that first and then send the pics to my computer from my phone and edit with paint if that doesn't work...you guys are great. Thanks for the advise. 

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Hey, I did it! Downloaded and app to resize pics. I'll send more.

Please allow me to introduce you all to my pride and joy

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That is insane! I bet the guy that traded it in Paid a huge ADM when he bought the car, traded it in for a loss and probably picked up a Demon with a huge ADM.

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Yeah. They said hes got more money than he knows what to do with.  I still cant believe it.

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Great pick up! I had the same thing happen to me with my 2013 GT500 back in the day. picked it up, in January 2014 with 3800 miles on it, fully loaded for 55k while dealers were still looking for markup on the first 200mph Mustang.

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