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Hate to say it but I think the new Vette (at the same price) may pull some folks away from the GT500. 

Comfortable that this dealer will be putting birthday candles on the hood next year at this time as this +$30,000 over MSRP will still be in his inventory. 

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Happened to catch it before being pulled.  $30k adm was the starting bid, reserve not met! They wanted more. Someone wanting an allocation real bad probably called the dealer and put his money on the table.

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Were they given the VIN from Ford, or are they making it up?  I thought VINs were done when the car was ordered.

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4 hours ago, DrHawkeye said:

Were they given the VIN from Ford, or are they making it up?  I thought VINs were done when the car was ordered.

VIN comes back to a 2019 GT350 sitting unsold on the dealers lot.

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19 hours ago, SAI-Steven said:

VIN comes back to a 2019 GT350 sitting unsold on the dealers lot.

Yep, scammers and crooks.  Just more proof.

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I have a very low opinion of dealers playing the ADM game, understanding this is America. There is enough profit built into the MSRP..  Just my thoughts...…….  GG

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Do these dealers really think there are that many morons willing to spend $140,000 on a car that retails for what...$90,000?

I've owned four Shelbys, two vintage and two modern or later ones.  Personally, my money would be on the new Corvette.

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11 hours ago, springer said:

Do these dealers really think there are that many morons willing to spend $140,000 on a car that retails for what...$90,000?

Yes they do because buyers pay them.

There is a reason you receive spam emails and robocall telephone calls, because many people are easily manipulated. If people didn't reply to spam emails, if people didn't answer robocalls, if people didn't pay dealership ADM's................ guess what they would all go away.

I don't agree with ADM's but its just the way it is until buyers stop paying them.

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45 minutes ago, SAI-Steven said:

Yes they do because buyers pay them.

There is a reason you receive spam emails and robocall telephone calls, because many people are easily manipulated. If people didn't reply to spam emails, if people didn't answer robocalls, if people didn't pay dealership ADM's................ guess what they would all go away.

I don't agree with ADM's but its just the way it is until buyers stop paying them.

Nailed it.  All of those things exist because someone is gullible enough to fall for it.  It's just like PT Barnum said.

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Market value. The car hasn't even been released yet or was just released so the price will be at its highest now due to high demand and none to low quantity of the car to fill that demand. Complaining about ADM's at this point is absolutely pointless. 

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4 minutes ago, Secondo said:

Market value. The car hasn't even been released yet or was just released so the price will be at its highest now due to high demand and none to low quantity of the car to fill that demand. Complaining about ADM's at this point is absolutely pointless. 

Complaining about them isn't pointless.  Paying them is.

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2 hours ago, DrHawkeye said:

Complaining about them isn't pointless.  Paying them is.

+1 I'd rather complain than pay them, too. Just wait for the demand to be filled and the prices will come down. Buy an unmoddable locked ECU C8 Vette in the meantime until the real car is released. 

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