According to Ford, 4,628 35th Anniversary Edition 1999 Ford Mustang
GTs were produced so there probably isn't going to be much in the way
of blue book for that specific model. Basically, most people won't
pay much extra for the 35th Ed right now because none of the 99 and
later Mustangs are old enough to be "collectors". Maybe in another 20
years it will have a meaningful extra value. For right now I'd figure
the premium will be from near zero to $1500 depending on how much the
current owner thought he car was "special" and depending on how much
the shopper wants to get the 35th Ed rather then the regular GT. I
think the cost of the package new was around 3K. To me it's worth
something on a used car but how much is, like I said, going to depend
on the seller and buyer.
'88 LX 5.0 (now in car heaven)
'89 LX 5.0 vert
'99 GT 35th Anniversery Edition - Silver
Mods to date - Relocated trunk release to drivers side,
shortened throttle cable, PIAA Driving lights.
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