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Like some of these dealers or not, I give them a ton of credit for how diligent they are in finding good inventory.
They get quality inventory for sure, one of the best in the area. They’re on the higher side of pricing and can be difficult to negotiate with, but that’s not uncommon anywhere you go. But I also believe that you get what you pay for and they do get the good cars. That 2016 is a good example. You’d never know that car is 7 years old by looking at it (other than some of the early years features like the wheels and track pack spoiler). It appears to have been well cared for.

Diamond Motorworks is another one. They’re priced on the high side as well but they’re always out on BaT and other places getting get the good vehicles. They’ve recently sold a few CFTP’s that were listed in the $120k’s, not sure what they actually sold for. They have a couple R’s and a couple CFTP’s currently listed. Low to mid $100k’s on the CFTP’s and low $90k’s on the R’s.
 

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...shortly after being diagnosed with cancer a little over 2 years ago...
After surgery earlier this year and a subsequent post op consultation at UCI in Irvine, Ca. I was declared cancer free...
Glad for your outcome. Had wondered where you had gone as I always enjoyed your erudite, non-confrontational, generous, and even-handed comments. Looking forward to same as you return.
 

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I wasn’t aware of went on here, but he didn’t do himself any favors on BAT. That was a really good buy.


@Tomster

That looks like "Rangeroak" aka "I'm richer than all of you" finally sold that HE R he was trying to sell here last month lol.
 

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I’d say there’s no doubt the R’s will do well in the future.
Agreed.

I was looking at 500’s earlier and there’s a dealer about 45 minutes from me that has a couple lemon branded 500’s including a CFTP (that is missing the carbon fiber wheels). Those are listed in the $70k’s. Haven’t dug that deep into them to determine why they’re lemon cars, but they’re specifically lemon not salvage.

Huntley Ford in IL if anyone is interested. Im generally not a fan of buying a lemon title car unless I’m going to turn it into a track only car (which I’m not planning on doing)
 

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For giggles, I just checked on Kelly Blue Book as to what they would give me for my 2019 with 46,000+ miles:

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Wait until I check back in four years with 100,000 miles...!!!

I have know Idea what I can get for this car on the current market... but I'm not interested in selling it.

I wouldn't let it go for $44,000, that's for sure.

Once again, Thank You Ford Performance.............!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!







CARROL SHELBY DISCLAIMER
"I JUST ROLLED OVER IN MY GRAVE TO SAY KEEP DRIVING THE SHELBY DAVE, THAT'S WHAT THEY WERE BUILT FOR."
 

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Best of luck. If you list it on BAT try not to let the trolls get under your skin. :curse:
Well, I suppose it would go something like this over there, and even here on a rare guest appearance.

"I suggest that the 2020 is the finest variant of all the GT350 production years with only x made out of x variants. Bla bla bla".

What a great forum/non forum BaT has become.
 

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For giggles, I just checked on Kelly Blue Book as to what they would give me for my 2019 with 46,000+ miles:

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Wait until I check back in four years with 100,000 miles...!!!

I have know Idea what I can get for this car on the current market... but I'm not interested in selling it.

I wouldn't let it go for $44,000, that's for sure.

Once again, Thank You Ford Performance.............!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!







CARROL SHELBY DISCLAIMER
"I JUST ROLLED OVER IN MY GRAVE TO SAY KEEP DRIVING THE SHELBY DAVE, THAT'S WHAT THEY WERE BUILT FOR."
They must be dreaming that you would take that offer. I know I would buy it for 44k in a heartbeat. Listen to Mr. Shelby 👍
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