PP2...........starting to appear at dealerships

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This came in under $50k. I spec out a Silver GT Premium with 401a, PP, active exhaust, enhanced security and magnetic ride and it ticked over $50k.

I don't see PP2 as an option on Ford.com





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I'm going in to my dealer tomorrow to see where the Heck these 18MY ponies are hiding! Port Lavaca,Tx. still has only 18 my trucks??
 

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If that’s the case, then Ford has had them produced for a bit.

Thus, no excuse for a certain magazine to test the 1LE versus the PP1 recently. Tells you all you need to know.
Randy pobst put up a posy on instagram about the test on November 20th. That test has been done for a while, just not released. He said "On track, not so close. On the street, it is"
 

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I expect a 10 k ADM from Galpin Ford just to keep it on the showroom floor.
 

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I can't believe the price on this. 50k is just nuts. One can get a slightly used gt350 for under 50k. I just don't see any reason to buy this car. What a shame. Ford dropped the ball on this.
 

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I can't believe the price on this. 50k is just nuts. One can get a slightly used gt350 for under 50k. I just don't see any reason to buy this car. What a shame. Ford dropped the ball on this.
used being the operative word here. This is a NEW track heavy car, not just a regular GT. I'm actually surprised that the price is $50K. I would expect it to be $55K This car is gonna be a beast on the track.
 

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Because they're forged, have an ideal offset and width, and are OEM. I usually prefer quality OEM parts to most aftermarket components. Just personal preference.
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used being the operative word here. This is a NEW track heavy car, not just a regular GT. I'm actually surprised that the price is $50K. I would expect it to be $55K This car is gonna be a beast on the track.
Yes it will be beast for about 2 laps. It has no trans/ diff coolers. If you don't believe me ask gt350 tech pack owners.
Wonder how the class action lawsuit is going along.
 

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I can't believe the price on this. 50k is just nuts. One can get a slightly used gt350 for under 50k. I just don't see any reason to buy this car. What a shame. Ford dropped the ball on this.
I did an extensive search in New England (200+ mile radius) and could not find any used GT350's with the track pack for under $55K. All of the 16's I found under $55K did not have the track pack and there was only one car listed for under $50K (it was $49,999) and it did not have the track pack and was no longer available.

If you want a used one with the track pack within 200 miles of me it looks like $55K+ is the going rate. If I could find a lower mileage used one near me for $45-48K I would definitely be interested as long as it had the track pack and was in really good condition.
 

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used being the operative word here. This is a NEW track heavy car, not just a regular GT. I'm actually surprised that the price is $50K. I would expect it to be $55K This car is gonna be a beast on the track.
And the GT350 will still be worth its value... Your new GT PP2, check back on it in a few months it will probably be worth under 40k. Doesn't matter what packages it will have, it's still VIN'd as a GT and will lose value WAY more than the GT350 so ya, it would make more sense.
 
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I did an extensive search in New England (200+ mile radius) and could not find any used GT350's with the track pack for under $55K. All of the 16's I found under $55K did not have the track pack and there was only one car listed for under $50K (it was $49,999) and it did not have the track pack and was no longer available.

If you want a used one with the track pack within 200 miles of me it looks like $55K+ is the going rate. If I could find a lower mileage used one near me for $45-48K I would definitely be interested as long as it had the track pack and was in really good condition.
You have to expand your search radius. For a gt350 it's totally worth the hassle.
 

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I thought Hot Rod magazine picked one of these at the dealer last month to test....now just arriving at dealerships?
 

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50K for a GT... Track monster?? I laugh. Once you swap out everything that makes it a PP2 over a base GT...then it might be a track monster.
 

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I did an extensive search in New England (200+ mile radius) and could not find any used GT350's with the track pack for under $55K. All of the 16's I found under $55K did not have the track pack and there was only one car listed for under $50K (it was $49,999) and it did not have the track pack and was no longer available.

If you want a used one with the track pack within 200 miles of me it looks like $55K+ is the going rate. If I could find a lower mileage used one near me for $45-48K I would definitely be interested as long as it had the track pack and was in really good condition.
If you are going to spend $50K on a lower production car you might want to look over 200 miles. Of course there are no deals in New England right now... it's the middle of winter. Anyone selling takes a hit, and very few people are looking right now in our area. Wait til spring or go for a longer drive, ship it, etc. they are out there. Of course you are going to pay a premium for the track pack.

Also don't believe the filters on most auto search sites, you wanna miss a track pack car because someone didn't check the right box when they made the ad? Do some digging and I bet you'll be rewarded
 

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The value difference is just an illusion. That's why I DD a loaded Tahoe and never bothered even thinking of an Escalade. Same vehicle, just a marketing illusion designed to take money from your wallet and into theirs.
 

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