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5 DOT 0 said:Just in time for the June Barrett Jackson auction in OC.
It looks like you have a solid perspective on the situation. Good luck with whatever you choose to do with #1.kato64 said:I appreciate everyones point of view and am still not 100% sure what I will do. I think selling the car could bring some level of instant gratification, provided I can find a
replacement(not as easy in Canada).However, I think that if I keep it for 25 years like I always planned that I will not have lost any value. Of course there are a lot of
unknowns about that, most importantly how history and car enthusiasts will view the current Boss at that time.
I am not sure you can put a price on owning a car like this for 25 or more years of enjoyment. I have no intention of making it a garage queen or keeping it tucked away for
only a select few to appreciate. I have been a mustang fan my entire adult life. If I keep the car it will be driven like it was intended to be.
kato64 said:I did appreciate all the pics of your car. It gave me a very good preview of what mine would look like. We are like twins - one had to be born minutes before the other.SoFlaBoss said:And here I thought #2 was most likely the 1st '13 Boss manufactured in GB. ..sorry Jeff