Originally Posted by J Wikoff
A $64k mustang? I agree it looks sweet and they go like stink. But I'd buy a normal GT and have the work done to match and save $15k.
Yes, but it wouldn't be an original SHELBY COBRA
. That'* what you're paying for on a car like this. It'* value is likely to go up as years go by. These weren't made for middle class folks, the target is the higher income pony car enthusiast. They'll pay that additional $20k profit and not think twice about it.
If I had that kind of disposable income, you can bet there'd be one in my
climate-controlled garage. Sitting right next to my 2009 Z/28 and my 2008 Challenger R/T.
It'* what dreams are made of.
I'd just have to make sure to hide the keys from my wife.