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    Has anyone looked at what it would take to create an R equivalent from a base 350? Not 100%, but the essentials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    We'll it is OBO, so you could give him your best executive offer?!LOL
    This is getting into Dr Frank territory!

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    [QUOTE=Ed Sims;439853]From what I can tell it looks like 475 GT350Rs were made in 2016 with an estimate of 500+ for 2017. Production is planned until 2019 or 2020. So MSRP soon will be the norm.

    From what I've heard the production of the GT350R will continue thru the 2018 model year only. It's pure speculation beyond that, unless you know something that is not public information. Getting one at MSRP is laughable. Unless you want a 2016 with lots of miles that has been beat on, that MIGHT be a MSRP car one day down the road. ADM's on new cars are not going down at this time.
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    ADMs are going down on GT350Rs. They will be made for at least 4 years with only minor changes. If you don't believe me: wait & see!

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    My friend just bought a GT350R in OR for $2K ADM. They are coming down.

    My story is I have a NGT allocation so I asked 2 of the signed up delivery dealers in my area (one of them is the only signed up service dealer) if they would sell a GT350R to my friend for MSRP if I requested my NGT to be delivered to them & they both not only turned me down by scoffed at me. The owners were supposed to call me to discuss it but no one has called me yet.

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    ^^^^That appears to be a standard GT350. No red front Cobra badge, no red calipers, no carbon fiber wing. And an "R" would be closer to $68,000 MSRP.
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    Agree. Looks like a regular GT350. I've seen them on Autotrader for up to $5k below MSRP.

    We met a guy at Sebring who was getting an R at MSRP but his friend owned the dealership. That's the only time I've heard of any deals...when you have great connections with the dealer.

    I asked the product expert at the Ford booth about how many years the GT350R would be made, and he didn't know. Hoping the GT500 comes out and drives down the ADM on these. Its making the Camaro ZL1/1LE look tempting.
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    Yep, that's a GT350. A buddy of mine was chasing down a GT350R when they first came out and had more than one dealer claim they had an "R" because they saw the registered trademark "r" on the sticker.
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    350Rs are still selling in the 90 range, been offered 90 by 3 different people and 92 from one fella for my 17 but holding out for a little more. Really just want to keep it is the problem.

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    Yeah that "r" had me going when I first saw it on the sticker. Confusing as hell.

    Quote Originally Posted by nota4re View Post
    Yep, that's a GT350. A buddy of mine was chasing down a GT350R when they first came out and had more than one dealer claim they had an "R" because they saw the registered trademark "r" on the sticker.
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