Yep, I should have waited........almost tempting to try and find a CTFP, but I would loose my fancy old-man seats.
i wanted the recaros but i do love my old man seats.Yep, I should have waited........almost tempting to try and find a CTFP, but I would loose my fancy old-man seats.
This or just pay cash. I don't know where interest rates are right now but probably not great. I suspect you'll drive a better deal with financing.I think all those guys waiting for the price to drop should line up their financing as it’s time to move if you’re going to. In the Spring, things should pick up a bit. Thanks for sharing and good work Kyle. This is a great place for people to start on a base model, non-CFTP.
you're correct, it is a CFTP not a baseCorrection I think: AutoGallery has a grabber CFTP, not base. At least that's what I saw on their website, unless they have another one.
Thanks for sharing that info. , appreciate your effort !What's up everyone, so I have been spending alot of time using my resources to try to collect information on any new Shelby GT500 i can find for MSRP or under 10k ADM (which still sucks but it beats the normal 15-25k normally seen). Full disclosure though, i find the cars in my dealer locator and then i go to that dealerships website and check to see if they have it listed for MSRP or a little over but i DO NOT CALL. As some of you may know a dealership can list it for MSRP but when you call it is an entirely different price. I am going to post up below a list of both Base and some CFTP cars that i have found. As of this morning (2-9-2023) there are 391 Shelby GT500's left for sale. These include both dealer stock and customer orders so the 391 may actually be less because some dealerships dont advertise the car on their websites due to already having a buyer.
I have found that dealerships outside the cities in the more rural areas have the better deals and also in states where they wouldn't see much light of day like Minnesota, the Dakotas, Idaho, middle America those type of places. I did this search for my car and found it in West Virginia for MSRP, it was the kind of dealership you breeze by and never think they'd have something like this because it's a smaller dealership and kind've hidden.
If you have any questions or want me to try to find a specific color, package or whatever just let me know i can help you find one. I again have not called these dealerships, only checked the price on their website so if i put (MSRP) next to the vehicle listed and you call and its not actually MSRP don't crucify me, just let me know and i can adjust it in the post. I have checked probably over 120 websites and have like over 200 i still got to do yet so this isn't a finished product but it is a start and hopefully i can help someone out. Thank you, and feel free to also post up a car you have seen out there near you as well! Here we go!
Current River Ford- 2021 White Base (10k) and a 2022 Race Red Base (8k) this one is strange because they still have a 2021 and its more over sticker than the 2022 but if its been sitting there for that long, a serious buyer could possibly talk them down.
Larson Motors- Code Orange Base (5k)
Gentilini Ford- Purple Base (5k)
Riverside Motor Sales- Rapid Red base (MSRP)
Ford of Smithtown- Grabber blue, Eruption Green and Dark Matter all base (MSRP)
Timbrook Ford- Hertitage base (MSRP)
Mike Bass Ford- Purple base no options (8k)
Barrette Ford- Eruption base (MSRP)
Thornhill Ford- White base (5K)
Auto Gallery Ford- Grabber base (MSRP)
Schmit Bros Ford- Grabber base (8k)
Kunes Country Ford- A bunch of Shelby Super Snakes and a Hennesey 1000hp GT500 (im including these because i'm not sure what type of pricing those can get to but maybe it's close to MSRP)
Zumbrota Ford- Heritage (MSRP) Every option except track pack. very nice spec car
Milo Peterson Ford- Carbonized Base (MSRP)
Rick Ball Ford- Code Orange base (MSRP)
Gregg Smith Ford- Eruption base (10k)
Zech Ford- Black CFTP (5k)
Park Rapids Ford- Purple base (10k) these guys also have a really cool CFTP Dark matter grey with a painted on Code Orange Stripe, never seen one like this before but (47k)
Meyer Automotive- Dark Matter base (10k)
Roseau Ford- Grabber base (10k)
Jimmy Granger Ford of Stonewall- Heritage CFTP (MSRP) if actually MSRP this would be a very very good pickup for someone
Platte Valley Auto Mart Kearney- Rapid Red base (10k)
M J McGuire Company- Purple (MSRP)
Tubbs & Sons Ford- Heritage (MSRP)
Woody Smith Ford- Carbonized base (MSRP)
interest rates are absurd if youre looking for 60+ months. like perfect 850 credit no lower than 5% interest absurdThis or just pay cash. I don't know where interest rates are right now but probably not great. I suspect you'll drive a better deal with financing.
It is CFTP and they are asking $130k. Talked to them a week ago and there was not a lot of motivation to move on price.Correction I think: AutoGallery has a grabber CFTP, not base. At least that's what I saw on their website, unless they have another one.
i will adjust, thank you very muchIt is CFTP and they are asking $130k. Talked to them a week ago and there was not a lot of motivation to move on price.
you feel skinny whether you like it or not lol. They HUG you, they are awesome track day seats because you really have little movement in the seats as compared to the regular leather seats but you lose the heating/cooled and power.What's the advantage of the Recaros?
Parsons Credit Union. A lot of the Porsche folks use them. Anyone can join. Up to 60 months is 4%, 61-84 months is 4.9%. Credit score requirements are pretty reasonable. I think it is maybe 750 and up is best rate? Credit unions are easier on score.interest rates are absurd if youre looking for 60+ months. like perfect 850 credit no lower than 5% interest absurd
yeah its tough because i know putting MSRP next to it is still a long shot but in the off chance it is, thats what i strive for. i know im going to have to edit the list a ton im sure but hopefully people can read the comments and if i miss one theyll still see it. I wish i could see how long a car has been on a dealerships lot cuz typically over 60 days and dealers wanna move it quickly so they are more reluctant to let go for much less ADMSchmidt Bros Ford: Base Grabber, good options. I originally wanted a base Grabber. They also own a Jeep dealer. I offered $2k over on the GT500 and an allocation for a Wrangler 392 with a build time of 4 weeks (vs 6 months or whatever it is). No and no. Per their response "we confirmed with the locator that he will pay $6k over, so that is where we are at." This was 3-4 weeks ago though.
the eruption mustve just sold then because it was definitely there this morning and on my locator. but yes DMG is CFTPDid not see Eruption Green in inventory at Ford of Smithtown. Their Dark Matter is a CFTP.