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Old 05-11-2016, 09:50 AM   #1
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2014 GT500 Holding Value Thoughts?

Every now and then I check different sites like cargurus.com to see what 2014 GT500s are going for. My GT500 is at about 3,700 miles so I try to compare with that.

I'm very surprised to see how well they are holding their value. In fact, I think if I could find the right buyer I'd actually make money off my Shelby if I were to sell it. I think in total I paid 55k for mine when it had 120 miles on it and some are going for 58K now used.

Think it'll hold its value and have a small dip in years to come?
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2014 GT500 Holding Value Thoughts?

They are doing good; surprised how well actually. Both Trinity Shelby's (13 and 14) I looked at buying were 55+. One was in feburary last year and the other was earlier this year. The coolness factor is off the charts with them.


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They are doing good; surprised how well actually. Both Trinity Shelby's (13 and 14) I looked at buying were 55+. One was in feburary last year and the other was earlier this year. The coolness factor is off the charts with them.


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See that's why I started this thread because you said it was 55k and they were a year apart. I can't imagine ever selling this car but it's a nice piece of mind to know its holding its value compared to other gt500s from the 2000s


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If anyone is looking for a 2014 Shelby GT500 let me know. The owner of my company is selling one. It's got like 5000 miles it's black with matte black stripes and a glass roof. Nice car


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They're holding their value, until Ford releases something with more than 662 hp.

For now they're still the best "stock" drag strip beast from Ford.

If Ford releases a 2018+ GT500 with 670 hp, suddenly the prices will drop.

P.S. Check out the prices on the 2017 GT350's. I've been in talks with several dealers about ordering one, and one was kind enough to email me the sticker!!

2017 Mustang GT350 OFFICIAL - with new prices
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Base price on my 14 when I ordered it was $ 54,800.00.
As Ford is pricing the base 17 MY GT350 @ 56+K, it doesn't look like they need to bring back the GT500..
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You're getting a GT350?
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You're getting a GT350?
I was thinking about it but especially since it will be offered in Grabber Blue but I decided not to because I'd be losing too much money and I just love my GT500 too much
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I'm by no means knocking the GT 350 but I don't know if I would give up a GT500 for one. Ideally figure a way to have both!


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I don't think I'd get rid of a Trinity for a Voodoo. It'd have to be at least an R for a consideration.
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They are holding their value pretty well up here in the upper midwest too. A bit too rich for me right now, but does help the older cars drop in price.

I am in the market for one next summer and have been back and forth between the 1st gen (07-09) and the 10-12's. The 07-09's are stupid cheap right now, <$30k bone stock/bolt ons with under 20k miles. Yah they kinda suck in stock form but it doesn't take much to wake them up. Either that or a C6Z.
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Think it'll hold its value and have a small dip in years to come?
In my opinion, I think some of it will depend on what the S650 looks like. the '14s were the last of the, again in my opinion, beefy looking Mustangs. The S550 has more of a sleek look, so appearance wise if Ford continues with a look that is more like the S550, I think they may hold their value pretty well.
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If I had the means, I'd buy a used '13-'14 GT500 over a new GT350. I like the previous body style better and the fact it has a blower vs N/A. Just personal preference.

I finally saw a GT350 in person the other day - very sharp!
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They are holding their value pretty well up here in the upper midwest too. A bit too rich for me right now, but does help the older cars drop in price.

I am in the market for one next summer and have been back and forth between the 1st gen (07-09) and the 10-12's. The 07-09's are stupid cheap right now, <$30k bone stock/bolt ons with under 20k miles. Yah they kinda suck in stock form but it doesn't take much to wake them up. Either that or a C6Z.

I wouldn't say that any car is a "great investment" but every time I have owned a limited special model of anything I have always done well on it. Sometimes I have made money other times just lost a lot less money.


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I wouldn't say that any car is a "great investment" but every time I have owned a limited special model of anything I have always done well on it. Sometimes I have made money other times just lost a lot less money.

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I think that's true most of the time. But I bet some of the guys who paid +$50k for an 07 GT500 in 06 and are now lucky to get $31k with less than 25k miles 10 years later would beg to differ

Who know, 20 years from now they might surge in value for some strange reason and guys who kept them may do well.
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I think that's true most of the time. But I bet some of the guys who paid +$50k for an 07 GT500 in 06 and are now lucky to get $31k with less than 25k miles 10 years later would beg to differ



Who know, 20 years from now they might surge in value for some strange reason and guys who kept them may do well.

Yeah but a 06 GT is going for 10-12k so it's still carrying a hell of a premium over a standard GT. The guy who makes out is the second owner who buys it now after the original buyer paid the premium and took the depreciation hit for having the latest and greatest.


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Yeah but a 06 GT is going for 10-12k so it's still carrying a hell of a premium over a standard GT. The guy who makes out is the second owner who buys it now after the original buyer paid the premium and took the depreciation hit for having the latest and greatest.

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Hopefully I'll be one of those guys in a year. Hell, even 2011-2012 cars are dipping into the mid $30k's. Imo they are yards ahead of the 07-09's and have quite a few better options than the 2010's. Would still consider a nice 07-09 or 2010 if the price was right.
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2014 GT500 Holding Value Thoughts?

Mid 30's is not bad for a 5+ year old car. 13-14 GT 500's are still selling in the low 50's


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I have a 13 Boss LS and a 14 Shelby GT 500 and I can't imagine selling either one of those to get a new GT350. I personally like the body style of the 13-14's better. But the new ones are very sharp


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I have a 13 Boss LS and a 14 Shelby GT 500 and I can't imagine selling either one of those to get a new GT350. I personally like the body style of the 13-14's better. But the new ones are very sharp
Wow, 2 of my all time favorite Mustangs!

I think the 13-14 GT500's with 662hp are probably going to become very collectible cars in the future.

Many reasons:
1. The power level of cars will not likely ever go much higher. Even most high end exotics today like Ferrari, Lambo, McLaren, etc... have about 650+-hp.
2. Cars are getting lighter, so for the same speed you need less horsepower.
3. Emissions standards are increasing, so the manufacturers can't make a lot of these beasts anymore.
4. The rise of electric cars.

So if you want pure American Muscle, the cars of now are the cars to have.

I love the GT350's engine & sound, but I'm not overly excited about everything else.
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Plus, '13-'14s are by far the hottest body style since the 60s.


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