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Cannot believe how many GT350's and Bullitts are now for sale.





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$20K over sticker might get you into a used Cayman GT4 or the newer 718 GT4. That's what I have found that might replace smiles per mile.
 

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I have not really looked at the prices because I have not been interested in selling. My local Ford has been after Sashsa, I guess because the know how I upkeep my vehicles and every car/truck I have sold to them sold within weeks.

When I take my GT350 out it still makes me smile. The GT500 is nice for sure, but after I drove one, and went over it, (GT500 track event) I said man, I really like my GT350. I like rowing gears. So I'll hold on to my 17. I need to drive it more for sure. I finally broke 8k.
Didn't you pop your original engine with headers, tune, etc.?
 

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$20K over sticker might get you into a used Cayman GT4 or the newer 718 GT4. That's what I have found that might replace smiles per mile.
That's a car that I do really like...and it does have much better fit and finish and 4.0 sound is good...but is it really $20k more enjoyable for a street car? I'm not sure. Actually I am sure...there's no world where I can configure a GT4 for less than $120k...and more like $130k... so the delta is just too wide.
 

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What's a low mileage 20 model R bringing? Just curious, as I've seen reference to "non-R" prices.
 

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And that was a non track pack car
It's a track pack. Spoiler, seats and sound system.

Edit: Also says it has all coolers: "A strut tower brace was equipped from the factory along with coolers for the engine oil, transmission fluid, and differential fluid."
 

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That's a car that I do really like...and it does have much better fit and finish and 4.0 sound is good...but is it really $20k more enjoyable for a street car? I'm not sure. Actually I am sure...there's no world where I can configure a GT4 for less than $120k...and more like $130k... so the delta is just too wide.
Even the 2016 models?
 

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Even the 2016 models?
2016s are likely in the range but they are also increasing slightly in price like everything else…and I just prefer the 718 :)
 

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