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Possibly selling my GT/CS

Old 4/2/14, 04:29 PM
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Possibly selling my GT/CS

Hey guys, haven't posted on here for awhile and unfortunately I am thinking of selling my 07 GT/CS.

What I would like to know is what you guys think it's worth. I haven't kept up on prices lately and figured some of you would know.

It's a black 07 with only 7800 miles on it. C&L intake, SCT Tuner, Bassani ceramic coated long tubes with off road x-pipe, Flowmaster mufflers, Hurst shifter, FRPP lower springs, sequential turn lights, Shelby window covers, and a hood scoop off of a Shelby GT. It's in perfect or near perfect condition, it sits in a garage under a car cover at all times.

What should I be asking for and what should my bottom dollar be? It is bought and paid for, don't need the money but looking to upgrade homes this year.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 4/3/14, 08:53 AM
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Those ultra low miles will be the strong selling point. Normally you could get a nice little premium over book value if the car was 'stock'. The mods will hurt your buyer's market somewhat and that's never a good thing. When buying used, too many of us older guys like 'em as they came from the factory and we are the ones with the cash $$$. We are also leery of the abuse factor, whether real or imagined. It's still a $20,000 car all day long though if truly excellent. It will just be tougher to find a buyer that loves what you have done with the car and who probably needs to get a loan. Patience will be key. GLWS!!

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IowaBeef for what it's worth in March I got a white GT/CS 2008 with 12k miles, five speed, bone stock. One owner and it was perfect as I went all over the car and not as much as a dead bug in the grill. I paid $18,800 from a Ford dealer. Yours sounds very nice and I wish you the best.
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Thanks guys. Can't believe I don't have many photos taken in the last few years that weren't Facebook uploads from my phone. Sorry for the crappy pic of a wet car.
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