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I was wondering If I can Trade My 2014 Stage 3 Roush for a 2013-2014 Shelby With the same miles. Do the Roush hold there Values.
 

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If the Roush mustangs are taken care of and have low miles they hold their value well.


Pick your poison.
 

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If the Roush mustangs are taken care of and have low miles they hold their value well.


Pick your poison.
I have 30,000 miles and condition is near perfect with only a few Exhaught Mods. I went to a dealer and they gave me $32,000 for it and I walked out then and there. I bought it new 2 years ago for $58,000.
 

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37-39 is what I think it's worth. Trinity's hold their value extremely well.


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Roush cars, although well engineered, don't hold their value.
On the positive side, insurance co.'s look @ them as a " GT ".
On the negative side, dealerships look @ them as a " GT ".
The 13/14 GT500's seem to be holding their value pretty well, there are some deals out there, if the seller is in a bind to unload it. Right now, because of supply, it's a buyers market..
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Roush cars, although well engineered, don't hold their value.
On the positive side, insurance co.'s look @ them as a " GT ".
On the negative side, dealerships look @ them as a " GT " When THEY are buying from you or giving you a trade-in value... Otherwise they mark them up when selling just like they do when you trade in a modified GT that they gave you nothing for the aftermarket parts for.
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LOL, fixed it. FWIW I paid around 42K for my 12' stage 3 a year ago. It only had 1200 mile though.
 

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Shelby's seem to hold their value better than a Roush, the right buyer will pay the money for a good Roush knowing what they are getting, dealers etc will give a lot less and then sell for what they are really worth.
 

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You will not find an equal trade. Roush cars just aren't worth near the same. You overpaid
 

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I have 30,000 miles and condition is near perfect with only a few Exhaught Mods. I went to a dealer and they gave me $32,000 for it and I walked out then and there. I bought it new 2 years ago for $58,000.
Respectfully, why would you want to take a 26k loss on your near perfect Roush?

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And let's see a pic out of curiosity


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