Actually, it's a great idea. Tire kickers who don't want to spend the kind of money that the R is worth can have the option of parting with the wheels and save 5 grand.Dealer needs to pony up the 8K @Zitrosounds is asking for the wheels to make the R whole.
The car was not modded other than the Borla cat back and tow hooks and most certainly no accidents or damage other than rock chips to the PPF.For that price I'm assuming accident, motor replaced or lots of mods under the hood. Maybe flood.
Also its missing the R wheels.
Actually the R is in the VIN. If people just don't have the money to buy an R but want one, taking the wheels out of the equation is a good temporary solution. You can buy a set of CF wheels after the fact. I just threw that option out there for someone who has expressed interest in my TY R. I really don't want to sell, but I doubt I will have the garage I need for 4 FP cars by the time the 500 gets here.I don't understand the buyer buying an R without the wheels... should have just bought a new, regular, 350 and he'd be at the same price. Either way, good for the seller on getting what he wanted out of it.
Seriously? I got a discount on the wheels and the Ford performance stickers I got for free from Ford. So you could say I got paid for wearing the decals. I even got Carbon Revolutions to hook me up with their decal and the data file to make more.Were you getting paid by those "sponsors' for said track car/advertising?
Tell us the truth, how are you liking the Veloster?
Why would anyone buy a GT350 when they could have an R? See how stupid that sounds?Track or not, why would you put those ugly stickers on a car, if you are not getting paid to do so... why?