mfield2a Posted August 19, 2009 Report Share Posted August 19, 2009 My search didn't come up with any relative, by that I mean recent, info on the value of the GT-H verts. It could be that the info is out is out there but user couldn't find, so this post may open a new or old can of worms. I have sent some PM's an emails out to a few members, but this would be my first post, so sorry for the engaging topic out of the gate. Hi, my name is Mike and I drink and...ooh, sorry wrong sharing session. Short of it is, I'm kicking tires on 2007 GT-H and GT500 verts. This topic solely about the GT-H and why I can't seem to steer away from the thought of spending the same money on an aguably less optioned version of the same basic car with not only more but harder miles on the odo when comparing examples of similar condition. I also struggle with the belief that there is still a significant ROI risk with the GT-H. Not to be the newbie black sheep, but I would guess that if there wasn't the "investment" metric on the part of the current owners we would probably see several modified versions. Fact is that it's not that difficult or expensive to drop in a T-56 and if there is any car that deserves to be driven with a manual it is a Shelby and let's face it, even GT500 owners can't resist adding more power. Not that I would count on a late model car a an investment, but it would be nice to loose less and that in itself is satifaction. I do empathize for the GT500 owners who bought them new in early '07 before Ford release their production plans, but then again maybe these are the next '70 B2, which may be more comparable in the long run than we think. That said, I have found a prime example of the GT-H for sale. Good news it's a damn near showroom new car with 1,500 on the ticker, bad news is I want a car I can drive and can get a GT500 vert for the same price. So you are all smart, you know what this car can be had for, is it worth it or in years down the road it won't really matter if I spend the extra $ buy one today with 1,500 miles or hold out and spend much less for one with 15,000 miles on it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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