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When you guys crawl out from under a rock you'll find the price is at least $60k with the optional track pack another $10k.
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I read today that some people are quoting 65k. I would imagine that the Track pack GT350 would be a Monster track machine but a lousy weekend cruiser/ summer fun car. So I'm ok with 65.

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When you guys crawl out from under a rock you'll find the price is at least $60k with the optional track pack another $10k.
This is what concerns me. At $50,000 or even $55,000 I would consider one after the initial profit taking from dealers wears off. $60,000+ is out of my realm of possibility and unfortunately I think that is where it's going to end up as well.
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This is what concerns me. At $50,000 or even $55,000 I would consider one after the initial profit taking from dealers wears off. $60,000+ is out of my realm of possibility and unfortunately I think that is where it's going to end up as well.

Got mine used with 9,700 miles on it for $42,000 (ish, i think it was a bit less). I have been offered that much and more on it at least 3 times since i bought it.

This is probably while ill do with the GT350 when i see one.....

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No way it's gonna be 65k IMO. 55-57k

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Got mine used with 9,700 miles on it for $42,000 (ish, i think it was a bit less). I have been offered that much and more on it at least 3 times since i bought it.
More than likely what I'll end up doing. My current car is only 4 years old and I'm certainly not in a hurry.
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Why would it cost any less than the GT500? It has far more content and far more money spent developing it. GT500 was upper $60s right?

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Got this off the interweb -

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Price Range: $55,110 - $60,110 | MPG: 15 city/24 hwy

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No way it's gonna be 65k IMO. 55-57k
Well, "any number" can play the GT350 pricing game. I look at it as a "new" BOSS302 with a bigger engine. If I take the 2013 Boss 302 price, option it up, add $5K for the new engine and put the "FORD price inflation" in I am guessing $62,000 to $67,000. About the same as the new Dodge Hellcat, but aimed at the road course track market instead of the drag strip/street runner market (Which, by the way, is actually a smaller market then the "drag strip/street runner" market.). Only time will tell
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2014 Ford Shelby GT500

Price Range: $55,110 - $60,110 | MPG: 15 city/24 hwy
The used 13/14 GT500 is not going to drop considerably. The production numbers are low, and it is a unique car as far as Mustangs go. For those that think they will get a bargain GT500, I wish you luck! It's a great car.

Considering all the speculation on pricing of the GT350, I don't see it dropping the price of the GT500. The Z/28 at $75,000 which I have never seen on the road, or the ZL1 for that matter that's around $55,000 will most likley be the target price for the GT350.

According to the Ford dealership that I was at this morning, Ford hasn't really finalized all the specs on the car including price. It will be interesting to see what happens.

Also, a production GT350 has been kicked around for a few years now. Maybe it will finally happen. I hope it doesn't appear like the Z/28. As far as I know there are only two of them: The white Z/28 at all the car shows and the black one(I think) that Randy Pobst has driven for Car and Driver. If there are others, they have been purchased and put in plastic in some warehouse for the next 20 years.

Hopefully this won't happen with the GT350, but only time will tell.

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A quick scan of ebay will show that 13-14 Shelbys can be had for significantly less than when they were new. I'd imagine the GT350 will definitely impact those prices.

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A quick scan of ebay will show that 13-14 Shelbys can be had for significantly less than when they were new. I'd imagine the GT350 will definitely impact those prices.
Ebay prices are still up there for the 2014 GT500. A $5000 discount is not a big time reduction. Some are still around $67,000. I'm not arguing the point. If someone can get a great deal on a 2013/2014 that would be great, but I don't expect them to sell for $40,000.

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Well. I just did a 500 mile search. Best deal is a 13 with 9,700 miles on it for $49,000. Details were sketchy but for that price I assume it's pretty much a base model.

A couple thoughts: 1) Its basically only 1 yr old. It will get cheaper. 2) Prices sort of tanked on the 11s and 12s when the 13s came out. Its possible that happens to the 13a and 14s when the GT 350 comes out.

Interestingly enough, the Boss 302 seems to be holding its value very well.

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Agreed, the Boss is holding very well. I was skeptical about the GT350 affecting the 13-14 prices but it's hard to ignore what the 13-14 did to the 11-12. 10-4?

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11-12 GT500s are significantly cheaper now than when the 13-14s launched. All 4 years have held steady or gained a smidge of value since the 2015 launched.. because there has been no GT500 officially announced. As far as the market is currently concerned, the GT500 is out of production.

The GT350 will no doubt get some 500 owners to trade em in because a serious road course car is what they are after. (Personally I think the GT350 is going to be better at road coursing than the Boss.. and I thought the Boss was a bad mofo!)

There wont be enough to sway the GT500 used market with just the GT350. That wont come until the next GT500 is announced. Im predicting a Twin Turbo Ecoboost V8 powering the next gen GT500. THAT will likely get the used 500's to drop in retail value. 11-12s should come down into the high 30's to low 40's. 2013-2014 will be a solid mid to high 40's as it really is an incredible performance car with supercar features. But still, significantly less than their new asking price.


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