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Old 12-10-2017, 09:42 PM
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Will do, tks.
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Old 12-11-2017, 03:29 AM
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Hello there,

did the car ever run the gumball?
spectacular car you have there... even better if it is the only one in this colour!!
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Old 12-11-2017, 10:58 AM
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Thanks!!! No never did Gumball, little too hardcore for me But did do 2 similar cross-country rallies.
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Old 12-11-2017, 01:49 PM
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Sorry to say this but it's a $500k value...maybe IMHO. May have a 4 in front of it.

Yes PTS adds value but only to someone who actually wants yellow and those are very high miles.

These cars are VERY expensive to fix and maintain...even just normal parts wear and tear add up big time.

That all being said, the CGT is the greatest driver's car ever built and they will never make them like this again. So for someone looking to get one "reasonably" priced and drive the heck out of it...this would be a good choice.

Lots of guys also want a second car to beat on while they keep the low miles one pristine...I've considered it myself many times.
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Old 12-11-2017, 02:02 PM
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Please PM me with a price too!! The miles dont scare me, as you can see I like yellow cars. I was looking for a CGT for a while, then the prices got crazy.
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Old 12-11-2017, 02:39 PM
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PTS is a factor but unfortunately so are miles on these cars, a large factor. In today’s market trading price would be in the mid to high 5’s.
But the return on miles driven....priceless
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Old 12-11-2017, 05:23 PM
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Im sure you can sell it right here, right now if you so choose to.

This forums been dead for a LONG TIME. I know CGT's are on the rise not fall.

Is this thread a proxy? 3 pages, multiple PM requests with asking prices. Hummmmmmmmmm


Great car, best of luck. Dont just let her go, that kids got a bright future!
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Old 12-12-2017, 10:16 AM
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Originally Posted by cgt04115 View Post
Im sure you can sell it right here, right now if you so choose to.

This forums been dead for a LONG TIME. I know CGT's are on the rise not fall.

Is this thread a proxy? 3 pages, multiple PM requests with asking prices. Hummmmmmmmmm


Great car, best of luck. Dont just let her go, that kids got a bright future!
I bit on that hook too!

At this price point what's out there ... go fish I will take the CGT!

CGT should be over 1M - they blow away 918 959 P1 Enzo anyone who doesn't believe has not driven a CGT only thing holding back the CGT is the dudes that can't / don't drive em :
See what it costs to keep a F1 F40 F50 959 and others - CGT is far less $.
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Old 12-12-2017, 11:31 AM
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WELL SAID!
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Old 12-12-2017, 11:58 AM
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Totally agree nujvolari...this car is very undervalued...all these kids scared off by how many people it seems to kill...pffffff...that's what makes it a fun car! I do think that someone who owns one does need some real experience tho...the car will bite a noob in the *** hard.
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Old 12-12-2017, 12:46 PM
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Was at a Ferrari Restoration shop the other day, best Ive seen BTW. The CGT came up and the narrative was that car should be multi millions, dont let it go, thats a real deal supercar.

Picked up a first 50, sliding Plexi window LTW F40 recently. Finally can get em to come over here. Must say, its one hell of a car. I never liked the USA car, it looks funny to me. I dont want anything in the stable that had to be "designed" to meet the US mandates. This thing is raw as a bad case of hemorrhoids!
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Originally Posted by cgt04115 View Post
Was at a Ferrari Restoration shop the other day, best Ive seen BTW. The CGT came up and the narrative was that car should be multi millions, dont let it go, thats a real deal supercar.

Picked up a first 50, sliding Plexi window LTW F40 recently. Finally can get em to come over here. Must say, its one hell of a car. I never liked the USA car, it looks funny to me. I dont want anything in the stable that had to be "designed" to meet the US mandates. This thing is raw as a bad case of hemorrhoids!
Congrats - good call on an early F40!

Raw cars are rewarding - soft cars and there are many are made for soft ......
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Old 12-12-2017, 02:37 PM
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Thanks for all the help! This is my first time on Rennlist, actually, any forum I got a ton of PM's, and some great advice.

The only Yellow GT (factory) w 6k miles is for sale at $765k.
Highest mileage GT for sale is 30k miles, for sale at $748k, at Porsche of Delaware.
Mileage is 17,924, engine pull/clutch "major" service performed at 17,849 at a total cost of $60k
Car has a new battery, and rubber.
Color is PTS, Fly Yellow. Seat belts are yellow and trim on rugs.

Price for the car is $625k, firm, making it the lowest priced GT on the market. My service rep at Porsche of San Diego can answer any further questions, or I'm happy to jump on a call. Will be listing it everywhere next week. Thanks again!!!
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Old 12-12-2017, 02:49 PM
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That's awesome...I truly hope you get it!! I knew this was a great investment when I bought mine...and it's the most fun car I've ever driven as well...win/win!!
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