I've noticed lately that the prices of R's have gone up a ton and GT350 prices are rising too. Might want to get one soon before they become crazy priced!
only if you don't bother to account for currency debasement. It sold for MSRP on the nose.https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2019-ford-mustang-gt350r-2/
Sold for over sticker
Does your comment reflect the added buyer premiums?only if you don't bother to account for currency debasement. It sold for MSRP on the nose.
The '18 sold for 7% discount to MSRP. Car prices are highly fickle and prices paid over short timeframes not uncommonly look like a zig-zag graph. Look at say CarMax' GT350 sales results and you could fit a line thru the data-points which would be rather more useful.
no. but I as assuming final bid price was independent of buyer's premium. I was also not including taxes the winner would have to pay and registration. The comment was made in the spirit of chopping the OP's vacuous assertion off at the knees.Does your comment reflect the added buyer premiums?
What a asinine comment...the 350/R going up are uniquely due to the fact that they are very special cars and nothing to do with inflation as your post implyWhen the government prints currency by the container ship full it is to be expected.
Inflationary measurement can't really account for what were seeing though. The injected money will run its course, but that combined with resources and labor shortages are creating soft Inflation. I.e, goods are more expensive currently, especially commodities. More people are trying to buy the same things with that free money, and said things are in limited supply. The perfect storm.What a asinine comment...the 350/R going up are uniquely due to the fact that they are very special cars and nothing to do with inflation as your post imply
Inflation for 2021 is predicted to be 2.1%, which is very, very low