Z20WHAT said:GREAT news!!! Means there will be 50 more for us 'regular' Boss owners to fight over in 3 to 5 years after we finally realize it may have been cheaper if we had just ordered a 2012 or 2013 302S to begin with!!
ArizonaGT said:I'd say it's a safe bet it will be around 85K + race shop goodies like the 12s and 13s were.
Grant 302 said:I was assuming the price wouldn't go down...just want to make sure it didn't go UP! It would be disappointing to think I saved/allocated enough to get one, but ended up short due to a price increase. :'(
And I gotta find another state to buy one if I get it new. Not gonna buy from a CA dealer with our ridiculous sales tax...especially with the bump that *we* voted for...
ArizonaGT said:Grant I would consider going to Oregon--no sales tax there! Also since you won't be registering it, there's no tax hit when you bring it back to Cali! OTHERWISE I would order direct from Rehagen and get some of their goodies installed prior to taking delivery.
Might as well sell or trade your street 302 or GT if you're not going to drive it on track, replace it with 302S
LS110 said:The big bummer with buying a 302S is they are not street legal. And not that my Boss is still truly street legal. Are you thinking you would be OK to take it out on the street?
Grant 302 said:Not in general...I was thinking just to bring it home. Maybe Cars n Coffee once in a while. I'm pretty sure I can get 1 day permits to roll in CA for that and to bring it to the track. But yes, the fact that they aren't street legal is a big bummer.
fuhrius said:more info on 'one day permits' in CA if you have it, please?
F.D. Sako said:does the continental series require the cars that run be in production by their manufacturers?
I'm thinking one of the racing series is the reason why ford is continuing the production of the 302s and 302r.