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Hi- I have just started looking at 350R's and best I have found so far is MSRP on race red and white with blue stripes. Are R's under MSRP like the non R's? Thanks
 

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I did not know you could get one at MSRP - around Atlanta you can't get one at all - they are all spoken for - and all sold above MSRP as far as I know. The last one I looked at sold for $12k over sticker. Regular GT350s are selling just under MSRP.
 

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Thanks guys, is race red without stripes a less desired color perhaps? I have seen white with blue stripes at lower values.
 

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I did not know you could get one at MSRP - around Atlanta you can't get one at all - they are all spoken for - and all sold above MSRP as far as I know. The last one I looked at sold for $12k over sticker. Regular GT350s are selling just under MSRP.
I was thinking of the same thing as I periodically check to see the prices of the R if it has dropped since the 500 is scheduled to hit the dealership in the near future. Every where I've seen, the R is still demanding in the minimum of 10K over. In Southern California, you can bet these large greedy dealerships are still asking about 15-25 over. I remember not too long ago, a stupid (and I am being nice) dealership in Las Vegas was asking 70K over the sticker. So to say you can get the R at MSRP, that would be the first that I've heard of. If you (EBruce) end up pulling that of, let us know and post it here.
 

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I was thinking of the same thing as I periodically check to see the prices of the R if it has dropped since the 500 is scheduled to hit the dealership in the near future. Every where I've seen, the R is still demanding in the minimum of 10K over. In Southern California, you can bet these large greedy dealerships are still asking about 15-25 over. I remember not too long ago, a stupid (and I am being nice) dealership in Las Vegas was asking 70K over the sticker. So to say you can get the R at MSRP, that would be the first that I've heard of. If you (EBruce) end up pulling that of, let us know and post it here.
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I'm new to the forum, saw this thread and thought I give my personal experience. I purchased my 2018 R (ordered) for 5k over MSRP I think I got a decent deal. I was a little hesitant at first thinking the price would go up but being that I received the car yesterday and everything worked out as agreed I believe its possible. I also reached out to a different dealer that has one in stock and they are willing to do MSRP on it after some back and forth, however, they are asking for 119k on the internet. They are out there. I'm in South Florida by the way.
 

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"picture may not represent actual vehicle" disclaimer from web page ..... Bait and switch, IMHO

Although it DOES state R package further down the page.
Ok so I just called, they said $30k ADM, so they said "sorry, our website is incorrect." I told them to update it and don't do stuff like this.
 

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Ok so I just called, they said $30k ADM, so they said "sorry, our website is incorrect." I told them to update it and don't do stuff like this.
Geez incorrect info from a Ford dealer. What a surprise.

Like when they screwed my oil change by shorting it two quarts. Service guy says, "Oh, sometimes we put in 10 but only invoice for 8 to keep the cost down".
 

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I just purchased a new 2018 Kona Blue R for 5K over MSRP (Dealer was asking 20K over MSRP but agreed to drop to my offer). This was in Chantilly VA. It’s the lowest price I found in the Northern VA area. I originally was looking at purchasing a Bullitt, but dealers were asking 3-10K over MSRP for it, so I ended up changing my focus to the GT350’s (based on a review of comments on forums like this).
 

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Found a dealer in the east coast that has a new 2018 GT350 "R", all white, 11 miles, in the showroom, selling at $5k under MSRP. So from $69k to $64k, plus fees, which come out to about $2500 (some destination fee of $1700 from the dock to the dealer, tags, and doc fees). So in essence, you get the R for about $2500 under MSRP. Great deal if anyone wants it, I am going to pass. PM me. I'll put you in contact with the guy that spoke to me on the phone.

UPDATE: Someone on the Mustang6G forum jumped on this and picked this beauty up today and is driving it home right now from MD to GA. He sent me a text pic of it being prepped to go and man, so nice!
 

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In New York they sell for a premium. The average pricing was $20k over MSRP. The average for the GT350 was $10k over for the majority of the year. For 2019 there are only 6 GT350R’s bring allocated in the entire northeast region. You can anticipate they will be sold at a premium....That being said, many people have told me they can get the cars at discounted rates but the majority end up coming back to me and purchasing the cars at a premium rate which they are worth. Remember that dealers do not dictate the pricing or values. The consumers in the market set the standard.
 

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In New York they sell for a premium. The average pricing was $20k over MSRP. The average for the GT350 was $10k over for the majority of the year. For 2019 there are only 6 GT350R’s bring allocated in the entire northeast region. You can anticipate they will be sold at a premium....That being said, many people have told me they can get the cars at discounted rates but the majority end up coming back to me and purchasing the cars at a premium rate which they are worth. Remember that dealers do not dictate the pricing or values. The consumers in the market set the standard.
I think you are in the wrong forum and by reading your post, it's plain ignorance to put it lightly. In "New York" lol, you don't think people will go out of state? "Majority of end up coming back to you to throw their money at you" yes, I am Santa Claus. Go take that crap somewhere else. Many of us, myself included, bought the 350 below MSRPs almost two years ago, so your statement of 10K over for the 350 make you sound like a weasel salesman who has no ideas what he is talking about.
 

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In New York they sell for a premium. The average pricing was $20k over MSRP. The average for the GT350 was $10k over for the majority of the year. For 2019 there are only 6 GT350R’s bring allocated in the entire northeast region. You can anticipate they will be sold at a premium....That being said, many people have told me they can get the cars at discounted rates but the majority end up coming back to me and purchasing the cars at a premium rate which they are worth. Remember that dealers do not dictate the pricing or values. The consumers in the market set the standard.
I think you are in the wrong forum and by reading your post, it's plain ignorance to put it lightly. In "New York" lol, you don't think people will go out of state? "Majority of end up coming back to you to throw their money at you" yes, I am Santa Claus. Go take that crap somewhere else. Many of us, myself included, bought the 350 below MSRPs almost two years ago, so your statement of 10K over for the 350 make you sound like a weasel salesman who has no ideas what he is talking about.
Take it easy snowflake. Mustang GT’s normally sell at MSRP so it is nearly impossible to find a dealer discounting a product that is in very short supply and very high demand. Would love to see your bill of sale and contract to show you where you were bamboozled. It’s a shame that the internet is full of people like you spewing false information...That being said, if anyone is lucky enough to receive a discount in any form on rare inventory then hats off to them but it is not the norm.
 
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