My 2017's windshield got sand blasted on a track day. A guy that went out two cars before us was cutting corners. We backed off but it happened pretty quickly. That was at the Colorado state police training course.
LOL. I know. My family says the same as to why I don’t get out and drive more often. It’s not like I am going to take it with me when I’m nothing but dust and bones.all I got out of that post was that you've owned the car for nearly a year and only have 970 miles on it.
Did you trade at a dealership?I sold my 16 GT350 track pack at close to 14k miles in summer of 2019, no issues at all... Had no oil consumptions issues either (it was also tracked).
My current 16 GT350R is at 6700 miles now, and runs really really well. When I got it I realized the engine even sounded like my previous track pack, which is a good thing, as that was reliable.
OK, just curious about effort it takes to sell a newer generation Shelby. I sold my 66 and 67 Shelby a couple years ago and the 60's Shelby were easy to sell.No, never do... Make more money with a private sale, most of the time... Trading in is making money for the dealer. If I have to buy from a dealer, I have a better bargaining power with cash...
Do you live in Denver? Thats so crazy because I thought the Denver area got harsh winters (because of the mountains and the big ski/snowboarding activity).Crazy it's warmer here in Colorado. Tomorrow it's back to mostly 40 degree days with a couple 30 degree days mixed in. For a while anyway.
We live just south of Denver and are close to the mountains. Much of the snow falls in the mountains and then again east of us.Do you live in Denver? Thats so crazy because I thought the Denver area got harsh winters (because of the mountains and the big ski/snowboarding activity).
Is the southern part warm? (Its near New Mexico which is a desert like Arizona from my understanding)