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Old 02-12-2018, 10:34 AM   #1
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Over a MILLION dollars for a 1964 1/2 Pace car?

I don’t know what the dealer has been smoking to ask this kind of money, but they DO have some nice cars for sale:

https://www.rkmotors.com/vehicles?ut...SAAEgI_sPD_BwE
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Over a MILLION dollars for a 1964 1/2 Pace car?

Bold statement claiming it’s the most significant Mustang in the world.
If I’m not mistaken that’s the place that also has a 2 million dollar 71 Hemi Cuda, that’s the most optioned 71 Cuda on the planet, and it was owned by some famous-ish person.


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I want the red 2012 GT350 convertible.....
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With out a doubt that is a very special car. I will wait to see who thinks it's that collectible.
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Not smoking crack, some rich ******* will buy it and they won't even have to dig in the couch cushions to find that much money. These prices are literally to the target audience for this dealer what the price of a subway foot long (with sweet onion sauce) is to us.
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Cool car!
I guess that listing with a dealer such as this would be the first step in trying to come up with a value for an automobile like this one. And you may as well start high, because the price will usually only be negotiated lower.
It's a good way to gauge what the market may bear in an auction environment, by the amount of interest, and offers that the car generates. And who knows? There may be someone out there who has the means and desire to plop down the asking price. Then the owner will be able to avoid having to risk running the car across the auction block, where it's true value will be revealed for all to see...
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I'd drive it to Walmart AND park it close to the entrance.....
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Wow Mud, that's pretty brave. I think I would have to post a guard if I was to park it anywhere at a Wally-Mart.
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