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Discussion in 'Special Production' started by 35th Anniv LE, Feb 27, 2006.
Nice, its #2089 of 4628 according to VIN. I'd try to talk him down a bit, but its not a bad price for brand new 35th GT.
It's a beauty, eh? For some reason it appeals to me! haha!
wow that thing is nice looking! insanely low miles
Man I'd really like to steal those seats.
It's not that far to Ohio...
There was another convertible listed on there with about 100 more miles like 2 weeks ago, I dont think it was the same car either.
It didn't sell.... Had a high bid of $15,211, but the reserve was not met.
I don't understand why people by the car if they arnt going to drive it, it's a waste of money. I mean it's a 7 year old car and it only has 1800 miles on it. New, I bet he paid over 30K for it with taxes and everything and its being sold for 19K now. What a waste of 11,000 or more..........
Different strokes for different folks. It also depends on location. Mine gets put away from November to April. I put about 5,000kms per season (3,100mi) on my GT. It currently has 36,000kms (22,300mi) on the odometer.
Same here . . Mine has about 28K miles, it hasn't been driven in the rain since I bought it and drove it home nearly 3 years ago.... (which is notable for a car in Seattle!) http://www.mustang35th.com/news0408.html
It's under cover in my garage but I do try and get it out once in a while during the winter (I tell my wife that I need to keep the tires round).... I actually put about 10 miles on it last Saturday!
die cast 35th LE