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RJ0058  
#1 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2020 8:23:09 AM(UTC)
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Hi folks.  I`m new to this forum and not the best blogger so bear with me.  I am needing to sell my two GT-H cars as a pair, and figure before I go down some ad route, I would discuss with the folks who love them most.  I know, I know I shouldn`t do it, but the boat went first.  I have owned my 2006 since Sept 2012, it has approx 27k miles and was rented in Las Vegas.  I could point to one small scratch on the back bumper probably from some fool putting luggage in the trunk.  I have owned the 2016 since March 2018, it has approx 13k miles and was rented in Winston-Salem, NC.  This car has been paint corrected and ceramic coated and is probably as flawless as a rental car could be.  Both cars are CSMxx0058 and as far as I know might be the only pair of 40th and 50th Anniversary cars in the US.  No accidents on either car, and no mechanical problems.  So I welcome your input on the topic.  I`m not going to try to post pics since you all probably know what these look like and getting files under .49mB is difficult.  If anyone has specific interest to own this pair, you can text me directly at 4402892753.  I can provide a link to more photos.  The cars are located near Cleveland, OH.  These have won major shows due to the condition and interest factor.  Otherwise have a happy 4th of July!

twobjshelbys  
#2 Posted : Saturday, July 4, 2020 12:24:51 PM(UTC)
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This is a tough one.  

There is a topic here: 

/topic/78992-06-07-16-gt-hs-currently-for-sale-on-various-websites-updated-7220/?do=embed" style="height:385px;max-width:500px;">

 

That keeps track of the current market for the Hertz cars.  (It covers 06,07 and 16).  It`s kept up to date very frequently.   From this you can get an idea of the current market for the individual cars.   As I recall there have been a few "matching CSMs" over the years, but I don`t think any recent, and I think they were mostly 06-07 pairs so using any of these sources to try to get a price for both cars is going to be difficult.   It`s a pretty "specialized" condition that I have seen in auctions.  That said, it is also like that such a sale would be to a collector rather than to someone that wants to drive them, and so that pretty much means you`re going to need to widen your net.   You should advertise on the usual car places like Autotrader, etc.  You should also try on the higher end ones like DuPont registry. 

Ultimately forum rules require you to post a price here...

Good luck!

 

 

RJ0058  
#3 Posted : Sunday, July 5, 2020 1:24:07 PM(UTC)
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The price for this matched pair of Shelby GT-H`s is $87K.

RJ0058  
#4 Posted : Friday, July 17, 2020 8:22:46 AM(UTC)
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SWEDEMAN  
#5 Posted : Monday, July 20, 2020 3:32:51 PM(UTC)
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Excellent cars, unique investment.

GLWS.

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