sorry but that looks like hammer duck shit.Car looks good, but what a price tag !!
Three things to consider:Carroll Shelby sure is a greedy old bastard isn't he?
especially when it's a measly 300 HP GT that should maybe be $17K or $18K and I'd gladly pay that much for a newer GT, but not more than that.Three things to consider:
1. He's an 80 year old man. He needs to make what he can this close to the end of the race.
2. After all the years he got screwed and underpaid for the use of his name, I think he's probably entitled to try to make up for it.
3. Shelby almost went Out Of Business a few years ago. High priced/limited run cars are better than the alternative. These also help beef up the "regular" Shelby cars through trickle down technology.
That having been said, I'm with you. I'm sick and tired of 80,000 dollar Mustangs.
Hell, I think a $30,000 mustang is too much money. There's no way it costs that much to make them when they sell more than 100k a year.
yep, I learned my lesson in 1999, when my brand new ZX2 got totaled on a rainy night, 2 weeks after I bought it. I was dummy and didn't have gap insurance, and the insurance company said the value of the car was like $700 - $800 less than what I owed on it, and I hadn't even made the first payment.I agree 100%.
Buying a new car, from a financial standpoint, doesn't really make any sense.
It's always better to let someone ELSE pay the depreciation.
that's their problem, hell it's their money I'm spending on my car right now anyways, so they can STFU! :dunno2:Well now just how in the world are we ever going to get this economy going with thinking like that ? LOL The government wants us to spend as much as we can and as fast as we can .