That doesn't make sense. Must have been a rough 100 miles.102 miles and it has "mostly original paint and interior" ?
I agree. I only got rid of my 2008 Bullitt so my daughter could have it. I bought a 2019, and though it's a very nice car, I still miss the 2008. I'm glad she lets me drive it once in awhile.😁That doesn't make sense. Must have been a rough 100 miles.
I wouldn't part with my "08 for anything. I used it as my daily driver for quite a few years. Now I'm retired and I drive it for fun. I didn't buy it for an investment or to leave for my kids. I bought it to enjoy that great power and deep sound. Best Bullitt ever!
Thanks. So, for around sticker. Dunno what %age the auction makes or how it's collected. I'd say the seller lucked out.It sold for $33,000.
Agreed. And it's not only inflation but also cost of storage, so buying what is basically still a brand new car at the original sticker price is a good opportunity for a collector with 13 year non-buyers remorse. When it's a used one like on BaT it's obviously a different ball game.Factor in the time value of money and the ROI is a negative number. Selling it at its original sticker price, more or less, sounds impressive, but definitely not a good investment. And the owner didn't even get to drive it...