Newbie here, seems like a great forum (I'm normally over at FFCobra.com as I built my own Cobra replica a few years ago). I'm looking to get another "toy" for the garage, and the 2003 SVT has been on my mind all year. I noticed on Ebay that a dealer in Michigan has a NEW coupe for sale (40 miles) with NO reserve and the car is under $30K with no bidders. I also noticed from doing searches of dealer inventories on the web that lots of SVT dealers have 2, 3, or more Cobras laying around. I called a small guy who had one 10th Anniv. edition, black coupe and he said he'd let me have it for $34K. This is only $1000 off when you consider the $1500 rebate from Ford on leftover SVTs, as the anniv. edition lists for $36,500. I then called a couple of larger dealers (one had 5 SVT's in stock) and they said they would not consider less than MSRP (other than the rebate). I just don't understand how a dealer in Michigan can let a NEW SVT go for $29K (assuming only one bid happens) when dealers here are sitting on inventory and don't want to get excited. I mean, it is the holiday season and not prime car buying time. I figured it would be a great way to steal a car (and I want to steal one and not pay list!!) Any thoughts, war stories, strategies, etc. will be appreciated.