Question about the 2015 "R"'s

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Do the 2015 GT350R's ever come up for sale ? Were there only 36 made that MY ? What may be an average market value ? Thanks in advance.





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I looked at this car very closely as it had a few blemishes on it and could not make contact with anyone as to see where the front chin spoiler was sitting but over all for a 855 mile this vehicle was in pretty decent shape.

A good friend and car buddy of mine from Georgia was bidding on it but he dropped out at $90K.

There were a total of 37 GT350R's produced for the 2015 model year with 31 cars coming with the Electronics Package and 6 cars coming as Base R models with the first 2015 R model produced namely "F0001" being a Base R model.

The most popular 2015 color being Oxford White with 14 of the 37 cars coming in that color.

It was only the 2015 GT350/R's that had matching VIN and chassis numbers whereas all subsequent MY's were all random.

To the best of my knowledge "F0013" was only the second 2015 GT350R model to be sold at auction.
 

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Oxford sold at Barret Jackson last Jan for $500,000
I believe that is the only other 2015 R to go to auction with that car being a charity car therefore that price point can be thrown out as far as being a comp.
 
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Thank you Guys. Soooooooo the thought of the 15 R is out now !!! :curse: hahahahahahah
 

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The 2015 GT350 and the GT350 were rare. They made 137 cars.
 

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Low milage 15s have the best opportunity of being highly sought after. Just like the 65 GT350s.
 

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Low milage 15s have the best opportunity of being highly sought after. Just like the 65 GT350s.
Most modern Mustangs have depreciated, not appreciated. I know of a dealer that has a 2015 GT350 and it has been for sale for nearly 3 years now with zero takers at $70k, tech package.
 

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I saw it as well. The only visible marks I saw on the car was a scratch about an inch and a half long on the lower right of the passenger door. Other than that the car was clean. I did not see the front splitter as it was not on the car and was not in the back seat area/passneger seat.
 

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Most modern Mustangs have depreciated, not appreciated. I know of a dealer that has a 2015 GT350 and it has been for sale for nearly 3 years now with zero takers at $70k, tech package.
Early Shelby's went way down in value, you could pick them up for several hundred dollars. I personally looked at a nice 65 on a lot and they were asking $750 for it. Try to find any 65 now in any shape and see what you will have to pay. Yes the 15s will be worth allot, it takes time. First rear and low production numbers on a popular car.
 

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So far, the 15Rs are the only ones to show any kind of appreciation and that's such a tiny sample that its not significant. The 15 350s dont seem to bring a tone of money but, they may depreciate a little slower then the others. Keep in mind, the only difference in a 15 and a 16R is the serial numbers. So, unless your a high end collector willing to hold the car, go get something you can drive
 

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Most modern Mustangs have depreciated, not appreciated. I know of a dealer that has a 2015 GT350 and it has been for sale for nearly 3 years now with zero takers at $70k, tech package.
Can you post the name of the dealer? Is there anything wrong with the car?
 

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