Well, based on the mileage of most GTs that are listed for sale, I'd say your 16K miles IS a lot, although some guys certainly have a lot more.
When I had my new '06 blue-no-stripes, we were in an old Tudor house with an inaccessible 2-car tandem garage under the house, so my GT was 15 minutes...
So, for the few guys here who actually put a lot of miles on your cars...............
How do you do that? Serious question.
With the inconvenient doors, zero luggage space, and extreme width of the car, so you have any tips?
I suspect the first two tips are:
#1 It's just a car
#2 Don't be a...
I'm also looking at these- to cram another car into my micro-size (20x28) 3-car garage.
Here's the brochure with dimensions on their different HD9 models
But I also found this new "GrandPrix" model from them that's different-...
To me, the second chart is the most meaningful. I don't think there's much difference between a stripe delete and a side stripe only car.
BTW, I don't see much evidence that rarity affects value. For example, although there are fewer no-stripe cars, there seem to be proportionately fewer buyers...
The percentages help, but to really visualize the color distribution, imagine you were at a big car show (or auction lol) with 24 GT's that represented the total production.
There would be
I clearly had too much time on my hands yesterday. Using the data from the book Ford GT, the complete owner's experience (if you don't have it, order it today- link below), I put the colors in Excel and broke them down a few different ways...
The Factory Five GTM cars certainly aren't literal GT40 replicas, but pretty exotic looking and very good bang for the buck, especially used ones.