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What's it worth....2009 GT500KR

It's been over 15 years since I've owned a Mustang. I was a hardcore GM guy all of my life....a short still one still as of the time I drove a coworkers full exhaust, 3.55 bolt on 5.0 when I was about 20. I ended buying the car a few months later and owner and drove it for 5 years and 100K miles. It's still the favorite car I've ever owned.

So I'm new here and looking for some help. I've got a couple of "toy" cars and might be in the market for another. I dont have the space or time to work on another 5.0.....one day I will... and want something truly fast but also comfortable and reliable.

I know of a some what local guy who has a 2009 GT500KR that he wants gone. An oldschool hotrodder that needs garage space for other toys. I'm seriously thinking about buying it. I know that KBB and Edmunds type values are often inaccurate for rare or specialty type cars. And I don't know much about Mustang values. Anybody have a good idea on what something like this should go for?

Black on black 6 speed....I think they all were manual....with 3,000 miles on it. Obviously a rarely driven garage queen. Bone stock as far as I know. "Book" value seems to be mid to high 20's. What do you guys think?

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I think that price would be about right for a 2009 GT500 with miles that low, I've never priced the GT500KR but would think it would be a bit more. By the way welcome to the site!

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It's been over 15 years since I've owned a Mustang. I was a hardcore GM guy all of my life....a short still one still as of the time I drove a coworkers full exhaust, 3.55 bolt on 5.0 when I was about 20. I ended buying the car a few months later and owner and drove it for 5 years and 100K miles. It's still the favorite car I've ever owned.

So I'm new here and looking for some help. I've got a couple of "toy" cars and might be in the market for another. I dont have the space or time to work on another 5.0.....one day I will... and want something truly fast but also comfortable and reliable.

I know of a some what local guy who has a 2009 GT500KR that he wants gone. An oldschool hotrodder that needs garage space for other toys. I'm seriously thinking about buying it. I know that KBB and Edmunds type values are often inaccurate for rare or specialty type cars. And I don't know much about Mustang values. Anybody have a good idea on what something like this should go for?

Black on black 6 speed....I think they all were manual....with 3,000 miles on it. Obviously a rarely driven garage queen. Bone stock as far as I know. "Book" value seems to be mid to high 20's. What do you guys think?
The KR is a tough one as very few made and not often seen on the market. Heck one dealer near me I think still had a new one that sits in the showroom for I think 80-100K. haha Don't know if they ever will sell it. Anyway Reg 2007-2009 GT500's sell for mid to high 20's these days at least the ones I see with low miles. As low miles as that KR I would say low 30's. So being a KR with that low miles I would say mid 30's is a reasonable price. If they are asking in the 20's I would scoop it up before they change their mind though with not much thought to it.

I speak all that with current knowledge as I am in the market for my next Mustang and in and out of the idea of a GT500. Started in the thought of a 07-09 GT500, but now I think if I do it I will go for a 13 or 14. Almost bought a 13 this past week, but I let a few hundred dollars get in the way of a deal and it sold... CRAP....

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Thanks for the welcome.

I only hAve a vague memory of the KR even existing. Or maybe I'm imagining it. It's got a bit more power, factory 3.73s and some exterior stuff. Seems like a solid package, but dunno if there is much of a demand for it. Like, are they the 'one' that people into these cars want, or is it not a big deal?

How are the values of this generation doing in general? Still going down or starting to hold solid? I imagine after a decade the depreciation for truly clean examples has at least stopped?
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Thanks for the welcome.

I only hAve a vague memory of the KR even existing. Or maybe I'm imagining it. It's got a bit more power, factory 3.73s and some exterior stuff. Seems like a solid package, but dunno if there is much of a demand for it. Like, are they the 'one' that people into these cars want, or is it not a big deal?

How are the values of this generation doing in general? Still going down or starting to hold solid? I imagine after a decade the depreciation for truly clean examples has at least stopped?
You never really hear about the KR honestly. They stand out when they show up at a show, but other than that they aren't well talked about. Honestly not sure what all the differences are. If I were to spend more than the standard 07-09 GT500 I would take the step up to the 2010-2012 GT500 and thats what I did. Then somehow decided to take a further step up to the 2013-2014 GT500 and cross shop that with a GT350 is where I am at currently.

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. . . Heck one dealer near me I think still had a new one that sits in the showroom for I think 80-100K.....
A dealer near me has one sitting in his showroom also, has been there for years, I think he is asking something like $70K for it, which is obviously way too much and that's why it still hasn't sold . . . . hard for me to believe that he would sit on it for that long.

Yeah it's real hard to put a number on it, but if you could get it for high 20's or low 30's that sounds pretty good to me.

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