svtkarma Posted February 9, 2014 Report Share Posted February 9, 2014 Hello, again. Much thanks to everyone who participated in my earlier Forum about GT/SC production numbers and other questions. If you have not read the threads, including my final post, please do so. The threads are informative, and my ignorance was kindly tolerated. Now, I am more informed, which leads to more questions. Therefore, I would like to ask a few more questions, some in response to comments on my prior Post: 1. It has been mentioned that maybe 200 GT/SC's have been produced. a) should "produced" be changed to "registered and certified at/by _______________". Not sure what goes in the blank line. Help/suggestion appreciated. b) Where did the "200" figure come from? Is there a printed source? c) Is the 200 number only for 2007-08 white/red/blue cars? Can the numbers per color be found? 2. Why will Shelby not disclose the GT/SC numbers? It makes no sense to me. If anything, it helps promote the exclusivity of the brand/pedigree. And it shouldn't matter whether or not the option still is available. Am I missing something in my thoughts? GT500 numbers seem readily available. Any comments? 3. About the GT/SC pedigree--could someone help me reconstruct the time line and family tree--my dates/numbers are just a guess, to get us started. If there is a web source for this information, I'll go there. 2006-7 GT-H. The "mother" platform? 500 made, 497 auto, 03 stick, _______ verts, _______ coupes? How many of these Shelby GT-H modifications became the baseline for future Shelby GT mods? 2007: Barret Jackson GT: 100 made. _____ stick, _____ auto,______ vert,_______coupes? 2007-2008: Shelby GT: _______made, colors, auto/stick, vert/coupes? 2007-09: California Special: _____ made, colors, auto/stick, vert/coupes. 2007: GT/SC: White or Black. ______ made, ______stick________auto______vert_______coupes. 2008: GT/SC: Blue ______ made, ______stick________auto______vert_______coupes? After the above, what has happened to the Shelby GT "DNA and family tree"? Which came first: GT/SC or California Special, and is the Cal Special a full Shelby GT, or just a body/facelift Mustang? And, am I missing some "branches" of the family tree? 4. Perceived value question: As all of you know, 2007-2008 GT500's can be found between $24k and $38k, and many with one owner, low miles in the mid-range of these prices. In the marketplace, these GT500's are your competition. How would you distinguish the GT/SC from the GT500? Time to brag and and shout to the world, "I am not a GT500!" 5. Registry: Does anyone have any knowledge of any attempt to create a GT/SC registry? With just 200 (?) cars certified, and many in hands of 1st/2nd owners, shouldn't it be easy to build a registry? These owners are special, and they know it. It is a small club. Any comment? 6. Does anyone know how many GT/SC owners are registered on this Forum? Thanks again for all of the help. I am grateful, and maybe, a future GT/SC owner. I was just about to buy another 04 Terminator in competition orange (1 of 281 made), low miles, and, unfortunately, high dollar (always the case with low mileage 03-04 Cobras), . . . and then I stumbled onto a picture of GT/SC. So, here we are . . . Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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