Lots-o-Bullitts For Sale

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I agree. Still a crapload for sale. A local dealer still has FOUR, and until recently, they still had them at $10K over MSRP. Geez. I'm going to finally drive one tomorrow, to see if it's the car for me, but I'm 99% sure they're not going to be anywhere close to the low prices on the north. And 100% sure they wouldn't match them, which will result in a no-sale. Ha ha. But if I give it the nod (which I fully expect :D), I can proceed blindly, since I'm buying new.

By the way, I prefer a GT with all options (except Recaro too), but surprisingly, Bullitts are cheaper, so considering those instead. I'd buy a blank rear panel, to get rid of that cheesy fake gas cap. Don't like the steering wheel cap, but too expensive to replace, so I'd keep it as is.
 

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This is one of the reasons I dealt mine. Its disappointing that what was supposed to be a special car, has been overproduced and selling cheaper than a GT. Should have had a limited production run... Id have been extremely angry if I paid 10k over list like so many did. As it is I lost the same as I would have on a GT. At least I got to enjoy it for a year when it was still rare and relevant.
 

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Might not just be Bullitts. Rental cars parking. A car glut is happening
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i am going to grab a black 2019 Bullitt later this summer. there’s 6 or so of them on the lots in my area, many more highland greens. watching to see if they begin to move as cv19 subsides.
i had a ‘68 notchback small block with over 350hp in my teens and 20’s (yes, it was black), then grown-up life happened. Can’t wait to get back. clearing a spot in the garage... :thumbsup:
 

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That's why I jumped on a new black Bullitt ... there'll never be an opportunity to get one at a huge discount again, in all likelihood.
 

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Might not just be Bullitts. Rental cars parking. A car glut is happening
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Man I hate this. Truly sickening, but damn it’s just the way it is and no way around it. I am glad that there are those who are willing to jump on a deal. I am hopeful that the economy will start to rise again.
 

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Man I hate this. Truly sickening, but damn it’s just the way it is and no way around it. I am glad that there are those who are willing to jump on a deal. I am hopeful that the economy will start to rise again.
I think the Hville should hold up pretty well. 2008 wasn’t really that bad. We do have a lot more industry now though. Polaris, Toyota, Remington etc. We will know soon enough with house prices. The trickle down effect from job losses is large though.
 

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Dealers held on to long for the pay day, time to turn and burn.
Ford lost 4 billion in 4Q19 so yeah they are in trouble. That was boom time. They are already preparing for a bailout. The money will rain to them.
 

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Ford lost 4 billion in 4Q19 so yeah they are in trouble. That was boom time. They are already preparing for a bailout. The money will rain to them.
Nope, I don't believe the feds will rain any money on car manufacturers.
 

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Nope, I don't believe the feds will rain any money on car manufacturers.
The car industry employees over 2 million employees. Most car manufactures use the same manufactures. The knock on effect of one shutdown is terrible.

They bailed out the damn airlines. The airlines(bond holders) have no future and don’t actually produce anything. Starting an airline requires almost no experience. Airplanes and employees.

When talking about bailouts you also must understand they are bailing out the bond holder as well as the jobs. Since the Fed is now buying investment grade bonds as well as junk bonds(Ford now), protecting the bond market is actually more important than protecting the job market.

Government bond yields went negative last week. That is one of the biggest things to ever happen to our modern monetary system. The bond market is betting things will get worst.
 

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The car industry employees over 2 million employees. Most car manufactures use the same manufactures. The knock on effect of one shutdown is terrible.

They bailed out the damn airlines. The airlines(bond holders) have no future and don’t actually produce anything. Starting an airline requires almost no experience. Airplanes and employees.

When talking about bailouts you also must understand they are bailing out the bond holder as well as the jobs. Since the Fed is now buying investment grade bonds as well as junk bonds(Ford now), protecting the bond market is actually more important than protecting the job market.

Government bond yields went negative last week. That is one of the biggest things to ever happen to our modern monetary system. The bond market is betting things will get worst.
No Appetit to save them again and they still have access to the bond markets to raise money like Boeing did. Italy is the bond canary to watch.
 

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