Shelby Durability Car: Place Your Guesses

That's place your guesses, not your bids because I'm sure it will get
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When the gavel falls what do you think the price tag will be?
Patrick
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patrick.mckenzie84
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A car that cannot be titled and thus cannot be driven except when trailered to a track... or on a private estate or farm. A car that may have been beaten to hell in testing and is now mechanically worn to the point of being a 10 or 15 year old car. A prototype that -might- be worth something decades down the line. Shelby's autograph is on a ton of cars now. Not exactly uncommon. Just because he drove it once or twice really doesn't do much either. a 1/4 or less of retail price would be a rational price. I doubt anyone will be bidding that rationally however and it will likely go for 6 figures.
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Brent
But then look at the historic drag cars that WERE flogged to an inch of their life.
I think 6 digits is likely too. If Mr Shelby keels overs very soon, the new owner may make out on the likely stiff price tag sooner than than later though.
Patrick
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patrick.mckenzie84
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Auctioned for charity? Sky's the limit on this one. I'll be surprised if it isn't over 100k. It'll make someone a nice decor piece.
Wonder if the interior smells like C.S's. Chili farts?
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John C.
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I didn't see this one roll up, but it brought a cool 300k. Not too shabby, for a door-stop. :)
Did anyone catch the Shelby "barn find". All original, with the exception of some freshening up of the mechanicals....350k. Yikes.
The one that floored me was the Camaro ZL1...410k! I used to restore the 69's and passed on one of these about 15 years ago, for 25k. Just shoot me! -- John C. '11 GT
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