Value of a 1999 35th Anny Mustang GT
he forum has been helpful The forum
has been helpful already, but I have
one already, but I have one remaining
question...I recently remaining
question...I recently purchased a 99'
35th on what purchased a 99' 35th on
what I believe is a great deal, but I I
believe is a great deal, but I anticipated
buying a new car anticipated buying a
new car at the beginning of next year.
at the beginning of next year. How
collectible will the 35th How collectible
will the 35th be, or will the GT be
collectible be, or will the GT be
collectible regardless? regardless?
Succintly, should I Succintly, should I
hold on to the car for 5 or 10 hold on to
the car for 5 or 10 years in hopes of
the value years in hopes of the value
going up as it approaches going up as
it approaches "classic" status, or
should I try "classic" status, or should I
try to get more than I paid for it to get
more than I paid for it before putting a
large amount before putting a large
amount of miles on it? of miles on it?
Please advise, Please advise, and keep
the worthwhile info and keep the
worthwhile info coming!
Personally, buying the car in hopes of making money in 5-10 years are slim, cars aren't investments. Drive it and enjoy it.
Follow Tom's lead....Remember not all 1999 Gt Mustangs are true 35th anniversary issue models.
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