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Old 01/05/2018, 12:50 PM   #16
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Old 01/12/2018, 05:29 PM   #17
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Sold for $49,500. It looked like a nice car. Not sure how nice. I think the radio, C4 and 289 were about the only options on the car.

Question. Do HCS's normally bring more $$$ for apples to apples with the GT/CS. If so, what percentage would you say.
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Old 01/12/2018, 07:23 PM   #18
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3,867 GT/CS cars to only 251 HCS cars, so much more rare.

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Old 01/12/2018, 07:34 PM   #19
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3,867 GT/CS cars to only 251 HCS cars, so much more rare.
Understand. But, does it make them appreciably more valuable?
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3,867 GT/CS cars to only 251 HCS cars, so much more rare.
Understand. But do you think that makes them appreciably more valuable?
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Old 01/12/2018, 09:43 PM   #21
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They are some what more valuable. I think the reason that they are not more valuable is they are so rare that most people, even Mustang people do not know what a HCS is.
With only 251 made and only a handful sold each year,consequently not lots of them on the big auctions or eBay so people just do not know what they are let alone pay big bucks for one. Say Shelby everyone knows the car and thinks big dollars. Interestingly
A 68 Shelby GT350 has a J code 302 same as a Mustang GTCS or HCS yet has a value just under 100K.
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