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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-17-2013 Thread Starter
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Roush p51?

I found out the other day my wifes boss has a 08 Roush.... P51 and is about to put it up for sale. After doing some reading about the car im interested in maybe buying it. Anyone know what its worth with 30k. All stock. I saw the blue book on it but if i remember right its one of 100 made. so what its really worth and book value could differ.?

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Its kinda hard to put a value on the car since it is a rare. I would look on the market and see if any others are up for sale to get an idea. My guess would may be 25-30k.


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I found out the other day my wifes boss has a 08 Roush.... P51 and is about to put it up for sale. After doing some reading about the car im interested in maybe buying it. Anyone know what its worth with 30k. All stock. I saw the blue book on it but if i remember right its one of 100 made. so what its really worth and book value could differ.?

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Over on the fnsweet.com forum, where most of the Roush Owners and Enthusiasts hang out, in their For Sale section, the P-51's are being advertised at 45K by the owners. You can assume a dealer will ask more. Value of a Roush Mustang depends on what the owner wants for it and what a buyer will pay for it. There is no Blue Book or NADA listing Roush Mustangs. What is a fair approach on its value? Take what a brand new GT sold for in the same year of the Roush. Find out its depereciated percentage (difference of its value today vesus when it was new). Take that same depreciation percentage and apply it to the Roush upgrades. Now add up the depreciated values of the GT and Roush upgrades. This will give you a ballpark price of what a Roush may be worth. But, the bottom line will be, what is it worth to a buyer. Good luck.

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He wants 30 for it. I think its a good deal

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Platinum, is he still looking to sell it? I realize this post is a little old. Best to ask.

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