I was wondering the price the whole time I was watching the video. I figured somewhere north of $150,000..They quoted a price of $250,000+ to buy one
Glad I'm not the only one that noticed that. A quarter of million needs to be spot on...I was wondering the price the whole time I was watching the video. I figured somewhere north of $150,000..
If I was paying $250,000 for one I would demand that the left headlight door line up with the fender a whole helluva lot better than the one in the video. I can't believe they're using that car as their promotional piece with that sloppy headlight door-to-fender fitment. And the camera even zoomed in on it a couple of times.
I bet if you were paying the 250k, that headlight bezel would be spot on also, my opinion.I’m not disagreeing with either of you, but you have to consider what they are selling and what you are buying. You are getting a real K-Code. You are getting an official licensed Ford and Shelby product. They’re selling it at a 1/4 of what the originals are current selling for. What you aren’t getting is the provenance of the real deal. I personally think they should have stayed more true to the original in several areas. I know if at least two companies race prepping vintage legal 289’s making more power than their 331 offering. I would have preferred the traditional 9” live axle with the correct drum brakes. If I were (could) buying one, I would demand those changes at a minimum...along with the obvious flaws you pointed out corrected. I personally don’t like the front valance either, but that’s just me.