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Old 05/16/2005, 09:41 AM   #2
PNewitt
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Re:GT/CS prices in Florida

It's one thing to get a particular car to get recognition, and another to inflate prices on the speculation of it's uniqueness.

I've noticed that sellers outside of the west coast like to promote the CS as so unusual that it would command a higher price. They like to exploit what people "don't know". if the price is "high", I think that is an artificial inflation. Remember when GT-350 Shelby Convertibles jumped to $70K back in '93?

People want something "different" now to be noticed in. You have to be careful, and I would especially look for original paperwork, or demand a Marti report before getting involved in buying anything like that.

I would also look closely for rust on any Florida car of that age. Some of these out of state cars were (former) military owner cars.

Paul N.
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