I bought my GT last May. Did quite a bit of research on asking price. My base to figure price from was an 8000 mile car with all four options at $260,000. From this I found that asking price varied by $2/mile for miles above and below. Take away one option and the price dropped $10,000, two options by $20,000. Bottom price for high mileage and salvage was around $190,000 - $200,000. Once mileage got below 1,000 or 1,500 the price jumped significantly. Color and year did not matter, except heritage. I was working on a formula or algorithym to post to determine price, but it was taking too long. It seems cars with mid-mileage are now selling for about asking price and there aren't many out there. Last May there were more to choose from. I assume this would mean upward pressure on price.