I’ve seen some large discounts on Super Snakes - ie $120k discounted down to $103k. At this price point, does it become more of an option versus the GT500? One large consideration point for me is a 5.2l engine designed from start for boost. But I have to admit it’s got me thinking.
Thanks ChuckXX. They did join Shelby club and he said he had no issues entering the order for the CFTP. As I understand it, the dealers without the allocation for CFTP couldn't enter the order. I may be wrong on that though.
Background. I signed a contract for the first allocation of a GT500 with an out of town dealership about 1.5 years ago. I also gave them $5K which they cashed immediately. Fast forward to order banks opening up and I place my order for a CFTP car. I received my order as you can see below...
I know generally the Shelby Super Snake is considered grossly overpriced. But I've found a brand new 2018 Super Snake with a list price of $120,400 that the dealer will sell to me for $109,000. Does this change anyone's opinion?