Here is a public answer to a private question, since this info may be helpful to anyone considering my Heritage-
New lower price as of today- $394,980 USD
To do the PPI-
Rich Brooks, the GT guy, is a long way from here, but what might be the next best thing is Danny Griner, of Griner Paint and Body, in Burkburnett, Texas, the next town north of Wichita Falls. Rich Brooks, who did the next-to-last service/fluid change, did it at Griner's business, and Danny Griner watched the work as the GT guys did their thing as they worked in Danny's shop. And just now Danny helped me do the all the oil, filters, fluid changes, and the multi point inspection that we did just the last few days. So he has been through the car twice, with the last time being just the last few days.
Or the local Ford House of Wichita Falls, Texas, is only about three miles from me and they have been here at my residence/shop twice, fairly recently, and looked the car over while doing the air bag recall.
Or Ernie McConnell of Lone Star Muscle Cars is less than two miles from here, and they are very adept at specialty cars- authorized assembler of Cobra replicas.
Check out any of those three on their websites. Or we are open to anyone of your choice to do the PPI
Eeeeeeh...you're one of darned few people whose car should be completely safe to buy w/o the need for a PPI.
I doubt there'd be anything at all amiss with it that you wouldn't know about and, if there were, 'would fully divulge w/o even being asked.
'Not "apple polishing". 'Just stating what everybody who's been here a while already knows for the benefit of those who might not.
Invoice for part of the oil, fluids, and filters, new lift struts, and multi point inspection. I had some of the items in stock.
While we had the belly pans off anyway, we installed a new oil pressure sender, even though it was working OK, 'cause it is inexpensive, easy to get to, and I had one go erratic before. The working one we took off is included for a spare. The rear lift struts were marginal, so we replaced them. And put the easy-drain valves on the oil pan and oil tank.
The air filters that we took out when we put new ones in, don't really look all that bad, do they?
Just the factory applied film on the rocker panels- I have not added any.
I just posted a video on youtube where I tried to include and show a close up of that rear film, the one in front of the rear tires, the one that takes the most abuse, but the video that was right side up here, came out sideways on youtube. And I can't figure out how to turn it right side up.
I ran my phone down this morning trying for another video, which I also posted, but it self-stopped just as I was getting going. I'm now waiting for it to charge so I can try again.
I frequently feel like an analog person lost and trapped in a digital world. Hey, I was born on the 100th anniversary of the battle of the Alamo! Really! Exactly, to the day!
The steering wheel decal is to cover the milky-looking discoloration that many of these cars develop. I thought I had a picture of the part before the decal, but now can't find it. I had different shades of the Gulf colors made, and the unused ones go with the sale.
Here is the bag for the Ford GT cover.
The windshield wipers that I removed years ago-I never took the car out unless the radar assured me no rain before my return.
The stock supercharger belt, to be used should you want the original supercharger back on the car.
The original spark plugs ( the car has cooler heat range plugs in it now for the 700hp option) if you go back to stock.
Baffles for the Heffner exhaust system, should you want it a bit quieter.
The SCT tuner/code reader that has the Whipple tune and the stock tune in it.