Mustang Enthusiast Buys Mint-Condition 2003 Ford Mustang Cobra 'Terminator' With Only 534 Miles

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That's pretty cool. I saw it for sale in NH not too long ago. The place in NH also had a very low mile Redfire. I think the new owner is on here with it now too.
 

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NH roads suck and the salt stays on them during the spring months for quite some time.
 

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While it’s a time capsule, he is going to lose money driving it, but it may not be about that to him. I see he is going to pull the wrappers off with some employees of the terminator project at Ford in Michigan.


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there'd be more wiggle room with a private party or a "regular" dealer. you really like being a douche in your posts, dontcha

Woah, easy on the personal attacks and name calling outside of SD...

More wiggle room with a private party or 'regular' dealer, eh? That might be your perception, but unfortunately that doesn't make it a fact. Have you followed cars on eBay and BaT lately? There have been a TON from private sellers that have reserves set CRAZY high.
 

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What Nick said! And.....have you followed what collector cars are getting on Mecum (just to name one auction house). Sellers are getting pretty much top dollar now because there's money to be spent and the demand is high.
 

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Good for him. I thought Morrison was selling it for 45kish from memory.

I'm actually glad he is going to unwrap it and drive it.
I think you are correct it was 45k and although not as desirable at the mc that 700 mile one on bat for 72k kinda makes that one look like a deal as weird as that sounds.
 

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What Nick said! And.....have you followed what collector cars are getting on Mecum (just to name one auction house). Sellers are getting pretty much top dollar now because there's money to be spent and the demand is high.

Agree. Houses and Cars = SELLER MARKET
Sold my house last week. 45 days on the market @ my list price.
Car might be next :)
 

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If it was 45k, doesn’t sound like it was too bad of a price considering what he was buying. I know it’s rarer getting the spoiler delete but it looks off not having it.
 

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