Mustang Evolution Forum banner

1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
38 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
I was really curious about owning one and how much pricing is overall. Like insurance, if you are making payments, how much the actual car is, how much you pay in gas per week, and if it was really worth it.

Me and I speak for possibly everyone else, wants to own that gorgeous piece of american muscle. Currently, I'm just affording an 01 GT.


SN-95 New Edge GT
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
6,864 Posts
It's expensive. Unless it's a Trinity Shelby I'd say just get a Coyote. The aluminum Condors are ok, but it doesn't take much for a Coyote to be on par with it.
I'd shoot 1 Alibi 2 a PM. He owns a Condor and Trinity Shelby. He could give you all the answers to your questions.


Pick your poison.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
860 Posts
I was really curious about owning one and how much pricing is overall. Like insurance, if you are making payments, how much the actual car is, how much you pay in gas per week, and if it was really worth it.
Me and I speak for possibly everyone else, wants to own that gorgeous piece of american muscle. Currently, I'm just affording an 01 GT.
SN-95 New Edge GT
.
Prices are all over the place, based on where you are, & if it's a dealership or private seller. 2011 - 36K to 41K, less miles = more $$$$$ ( usually stock )
.
Insurance is based on:
.
Your driving record, your credit score, where you live, the co., bundles, etc.
I pay $ 1094.00 / 6 months ( 2011 + 2014 Shelby + 2007 Ranger )
.
Can't comment on payments.
.
The OTD price of my 2011 ( July 2010 ) $ 54,285.09
The OTD price of my 2014 ( Sept. 2013 ) $ 64,202.19
.
These are not daily drivers, don't get gassed weekly unless I dive an excessive amount. ( did put 400 miles on the 11 in one day )
.
Worth it ? To me they are.
 

·
Super Moderator
Joined
·
17,969 Posts
I was researching heavily a little while ago just for giggles but I really love the look of the 07-09 TBTH. From the pricing I saw, the 2010 was going to be the best deal at $35-$40k depending on condition and miles. You get the updated body if that is the look you want and you keep the iron block (and the weight).


I was seeing stupid nice 07-09s in the $28-$32k range all day on SVTP tho. Many of them with the entire clutch assembly replaced with McCleod stuff and all the basic bolt on work done too.


As far as payments for a $32k car with a good rate and 5 years you are looking around $500/mo plus another $100-$150 on most insurance companies although I hear there are specialty companies that deal with "rare" cars that can give you a better rate.


The Coyote is a better buy to go fast from a financial standpoint but there is just something about the GT500s.
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
Top