Have a GT500KR thinking, should I sell and get a CCXR?

Asked by Oct 29, 2009 at 06:39 AM about the Ford Mustang

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45

yes, ccxr is great so i would sell GT500KR. But its your choice

95

You have one of those and need advice wether to sell it??? if you really had youd know its rarity if your talking about a older one and you shouldnt sell it then not even for a super car.

The model is the limited edition KR from 2009. I know that it is a limited edition and all but, the CCXR is a faster car, and it is just a friggin' beauty to look at. Then again, the GT500KR is pretty fast and is as I mentioned above limited edition.

35

keep the 500kr they are more fun to drive round corners,you can take more then one other person with you for a drive,it has a trunk.yea the ccxr is nice but it has absolutely nothing but speed

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