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|Subject: 3Diamonds Fri Dec 10 2010, 13:48|| |
Got one of your Ford, last night I bought a $750K Mustang by accident
oh well, just another high roller car in my garage. I told you I will have all Cuong's cars in my garage someday
btw. why so much for an old Mustang, collectble car????
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|Subject: Re: 3Diamonds Fri Dec 10 2010, 21:13|| |
Depends on what, exactly the car is Ace. I've been looking for the Cobra R. There were 300 made in 2000. At the time, development of the regular production Cobra Mustang was moved back to address intake and exhaust problems of the '99 model year. The '00 Cobra R was the last in a line of very limited production cars to homolgate certain parts for racing. The others were the the '95 Cobra R, of which 250 were made, packing a 351 C.I.D. motor not available in regular production mustangs since '69. And the first Cobra R from '93 that started with a basically stripped Cobra Mustang that had been further gutted with no back seat, A/C, radio, P/W,P/DL ect. Certain interior panels were made for block-out plates and even the carpet was lighter. Only 107 were made.
Another Mustang I am looking for is the '65 GT350 Shelby. Also made to homolgate the Mustang for racing, this is debatably the most sought after Mustang of the era. With such a long list of rare, low production Mustangs it is nearly impossible know what someone would pay to have a real example of whichever car they fancy.
Sorry to bore you, I just like to talk about Mustangs and Fords in general. Did you know that FoMoCo is the only manufacturer in the world to win championships in every form of racing? It was only recently that Ferrari surpassed their record as an engine manufacturer in F1, lol, like my profiles comment says, I bleed Ford blue!