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Discussion in 'American Muscle' started by atomicskiracer, Jan 12, 2015.
mustang suv is a winner!
I just put a deposit on one....when do you expect it to be delivered Q1 2020?
Hopefully it will be built while I'm still young enough to get in it. The latest rumor is it will be unveiled in August and production start in December.
sales/biz winner regardless what think of suvs
Was talking about hybrid system on GT.
No. Actually the 05-06 sat on dealer lots and sold at a discount.
yeah i forgot about that. my inlaws live in small mass town w ford dealer and they were trying to unload one back in day. oh well
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Does anyone have any idea why this 17 NFGT is not selling? I know it’s been sold several time and mired in controversy but at 600 plus miles should have a taker. With demand exceeding supply it begs the question.
Knowing the selling dealership, I am sure they are asking over-the-top price.
People in the high end car market don't want cars that have been "whored" out. Everyeone wants to feel like they "discovered something"
makes little sense to me but it is prevalent
New Ford Gt to be shown at the goodwood event.
Another car you can buy but cannot sell?
My guess is you can not buy it Mayor.
hard core track version?
Looks like same wing as the race version. The roof scoop looks higher than on the race version, which is pretty far back and low unlike that silhouette.
You mean if one is lucky enough to be picked to buy one, BTW Ferrari of FT Laud is telling me once I receive the F8 I have to sign a right of first refusal and sell it back to them for the first 18 months....Is this now a Pro-forma tactic among Ferrari dealers or I am getting BS.
First right of refusal doesn't mean you can't sell it. It just means you have to give them a chance to give you back MSRP first.
But I think using Ferrari as an excuse for how Ford has its policy is pretty lousy excuse.
If someone wants to plunk down $500K and then the next day sell it, why should anyone care?
Wonder how much this will cost...$600k?
Technically, since the 3rd generation is known as the New Ford GT, then the enhanced (new and improved) version should be known as the New New Ford GT.
Try doubling that.
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I thought the "new" Ford GT WAS the track version.....
So the "new" "new" Ford GT is the "This time we mean it" version?
need to make it sound better vs being faster
I don't understand this "right of first refusal" deal. Who sets the price of the car? The owner? The dealer? It's the owner's car...if the retail market is trading at MSRP+++, why would the owner sell back to the dealer at MSRP rather than wait 18 months and one day?