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Old 01-24-2022, 11:42 PM
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*First off there were running changes during the 4000 and 6000 Series cars, brakes, gauges, wiring harnesses, suspension components, etc…
*An aluminum car will always be more valuable than a glass or composite body car.
*It has not happened yet but I believe there will be price premiums on Continuation cars that were built during Shelby’s lifetime vs those that were built afterwards.
*I also believe that cars built under Superformance’s licensing agreement with SAI will be less valuable as they are completely detached from SAI.
*Look at which shop completed the assembly and the components used for the build.

To say that the Continuation Series Cobras have not appreciated over time is being out of touch with reality, cars that were bought when the program first started are seeing better than modest gains in their investments, especially the aluminum bodied cars.

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