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GT4 Original Window Sticker prices. Post 'em.

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  1. JF308

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    Just watching Barrett Jackson, and seeing many cars going for multiples of their original window sticker. Makes GT4's appear a real bargain. Just curious what the window stickers were on GT4's from 1974 through 1979/80.

    Here is my '79, and I know that Ferrariguyma can post his '78. Can other GT4ers post theirs to see the progression from '74?

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  3. Peter

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    WOW, Pete.

    If a new 1975 GT4 was $22K....what happened between 1975 and 1978/79 when the MSRP became $40K + options? Thats why I was interested in seeing the progression on MSRP.

    Was that in USD? or Canadian?

    and yes, rated 11 MPG on the sticker, too.
     
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    The mid and late 1970's were inflation crazy times. The GT4 seems to have doubled in price in four years. And I've read many times that the GT4 was a slow seller. That makes me doubt that Ferrari was jacking up the price to quell (or meet) demand. But I was not buying cars in the '70's so I don't actually remember this myself.
     
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    Yeah, but gas was only estimated to be 70¢.

    So :rolleyes: at todays prices, that would be 5 times as much. So figure 55mpg! Not bad... :p
     
  10. JF308

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    Forget the gas. Look at the MSRP change from 1978 $35,900 to 1979 $39,998. Jumps $4100 in one year!

    Can't wait to see 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977.... this is really interesting.
     
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    The price is in USD as it was sold through Joe Marchetti's: "International Auto" in Chicago.
     
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