|A rear 3/4 view to die for. But choose your decal # wisely.|
The GT40, due to its production run which was halted short of it's predicted 4500 units, has failed to depreciate. Other reasons it's price is still currently selling at a premium is the initial undervaluing of the GT40 when Ford first priced it. It may also be due to the collectors item status resulting from it's LeMans pedigree and how it pays homage to the late 1960's GT40. Or possibly because of it's irressistable good looks that no owner can bear to part with. I guess holding to your GT is understandable, I mean, not all cars come with an aluminum center console which also houses the fuel tank for optimal weight distribution. And especially when yours is a heritage edition or a plain black one on HRE wheels, I'd drive it in to a tree at the thought of someone taking it away.
Aston Martin DB9:
|Golf Cart buttons on a DB9. Lovely.|
|The perfect R8|
A manual Sepang Blue V10.