Hey R Rated, thanks for the candor, interesting to hear what it's like on the other side of the salesdesk. Hope your superiors come to their senses soon. Good luckFords announcement of the 2017s was very premature in my opinion. Also I'm handcuffed on pricing at the moment from superiors. LOTS of interest but no deposits yet. Could be bad timing, could be I'm not reaching the right people, could be a lot of things. Dealer across town got rid of theirs at 10k over like it was nothing. That's the fun and frustration of the market. Trust me, I wish I could provide forum members a little bit more of a discount but due to these being "our last ones" and they know what they are selling elsewhere around town it's not happening at the moment.
Thanks for the information. This is a very good sign for potential buyers. If Ford produces another 5000 GT350s for the 2017 MY, ADMs will disappear.Just got Build date for my R, week of 4-18 last 4 of VIN is 4756, so we now know that there will be almost 5000 350's built (Street & R) for 2016 run. I will work on narrowing the # of each down when I gain access to the data.
You need to check the latest info: http://gt350.registryclubs.com/pdf/gt35020160309.pdfThose numbers are way off the Production chart that was published on this forum. I am not doubting anyone but the total number on the chart here were approx. 2600 including R's.
And yes I would prefer Ford keep production limited. As we all have witnessed one can buy this car for minimum ADM. Less is more.
I agreed with you. I think it will end up around 5000 non R's and below 500 on the R's.Shelby6T5 numbers are in line.