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  1. If I paid $10 it would be a pretty good investment don’t you think Your guess of $40’s would be pretty accurate for a standard 40th anniversary package (one of the 300 or so). This is one of 21 with the 725hp upgrade, and only 4 with polished blower in blue. Pretty confident it’s worth a lot more than $40’s, just not sure the best avenue to pursue the sale. I can’t find any sales within the past few years of a similar car.
  2. I did purchase this car as well as an 08 SuperSnake. Still would love some input regarding any recent sales or value estimates. Likely will be selling the 40th and keeping the SuperSnake.
  3. Thank you all for the replies last month. I have purchased both GT500's and the info received here was hugely helpful. The 2008 was indeed a 605hp version with only 2000 miles. Now for the fun, the 2007 40th was in fact a 725hp version. It has the polished KB blower and is showroom new. The KB blower has "Shelby GT500 SuperSnake" engraved on it. Only 100 miles on the car! I will likely be selling this car in the near future since it's too low mileage for me to drive. If anybody can help out with value estimates or suggested routes to sell this car I would appreciate it.
  4. Looking for some help with value on a 40th. It has been verified by Shelby to be an original 725hp version. Blue with silver stripes from 07 with polished blower. It has 100 miles! Never been on the road, wipers and antenna still wrapped in plastic in the trunk. From an estate sale that I am currently negotiation with. Are there any recent sales of 725hp version? If I do obtain the car we may look into the auction route to sell the car. A few local contacts have also expressed interest but determine a value is a challenge. Any tips would be appreciated.
  5. I have found a pair of GT500's for sale from an estate and having trouble identifying options. The main one I am looking at is an 08 Super Snake. It only has 2xxx miles and looks brand new (in pictures). What should I be looking for to determine if its the 725 version? I have the CSM number and the VIN, but can't find anything beyond confirmation that its a SS. The other car is an 07 GT500 40th anniversary edition. I understand most 40th's are base 500 hp versions, so same questions on how I can identify it being one of the more powerful versions. I am trying not to ask too many pro
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