Blondude
Blondude
10/11/19
1:01 PM
12

If you are exceptionally adamant with your dealer when buying a GTI, they will do things like swap the base S-trim interior into an SE. Ask me how I know...

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10/11/19
12:32 PM
28

My recent purchase: Porsche 924, the tartan spoke to me!!!

10/11/19
12:07 PM
2

So what you’re saying is, she’s a goddamn national treasure ? Because that’s what it sounds like you’re saying. 

10/11/19
12:05 PM
4

I think it’s good thing to bring people from different industries and different ideas into the mix of whatever the project is but I am suspicious of why my older female boss decided to hire a male stripper for the upcoming tax season.

10/11/19
11:51 AM
9

I’m kind of indifferent to my golfball shifter but I would nominate her for a Nobel Prize based on the plaid seats alone which are my favorite part my GTI. I’m still shocked that VW hasn’t messed it up by discontinuing them (and they have a bit by only offering leather in the SE and Autobahn trims this year).

10/11/19
11:45 AM
23

I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall the first time some stodgy German car execs looked at that interior.

10/11/19
9:26 AM
7

I assume you mean the Armada/QX56 from that same time period, right? The current QX80 is just a big, ostentatious blob that resembles something that might swallow Jonah for not going to Nineveh.

10/11/19
9:17 AM
5

I see it suffers from the same back half as the Pathfinder from that era, which is “Why bother aligning the glass with the rest of the car?”

10/11/19
9:04 AM
18

Yep, who cares if Shelby owned it, he did nothing to it. Had he modified the bejesus out of it, then maybe there’d be something here at that price (yes, yes, it’s someone else’s project, but it would be Shelby’s project).

10/11/19
8:54 AM
32

This is the only take. Even if you spend $100k on a nice example, you have more than enough left over for a 1985 AC Cobra 427 and a new 2019 Mustang Shelby GT350.

10/11/19
8:24 AM
128

Anyone NP’ing this one should contact me immediately. I have recently acquired John Voight’s Chrysler LeBaron and am now prepared to part with it for the low low price of $99,999.

10/11/19
8:18 AM
35

If he’d done something special to it, or if it was a car he had a hand in designing maybe (One of his Cobras or Daytonas for example), maybe.
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10/11/19
8:07 AM
43

As much as I like the Pantera, you can get a non-Shelby-owned version in great shape for $84 Large. If this was Shelby’s supercharged 427 Cobra, then I could see a huge price. But remember, these things were sold by MERCURY DEALERS and there is really nothing special about the vehicle itself.  CP because of the Read more