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KMT
04-25-2008, 12:39 AM
Do you own a 1990 35th Anniversary model T-Bird SC?

If so, what do you figure it is worth right now - today? If you were to put it up for sale, what would you list it for (USD)?

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A1cntrler
04-25-2008, 10:10 AM
That there is a very complete, low mile example. It is difficult to compare it to most other Annie's because of the mileage and condition. My "low mile" one has 93k on the odometer, and the other has 123k. Both are still low mileage for their year, however not considered low mileage, and because of them being driven for their lifetimes, are not in that great of shape compared to one that the seat has been sat in for only 10k miles. I will admit that $15k does seem a bit steep on the price, but if it doesn't sell, then I'm sure the owner won't have a problem keeping it in storage until it does. It is also an automatic, which supposedly makes it "less rare" for a low run model.. Still unique none-the-less.

scpride
04-25-2008, 04:27 PM
ive got a 35th with minor body damage and only 73,000 on the car and motor. I got a steal of a deal picked it up for 1500.

franky_402
04-25-2008, 04:37 PM
Do you own a 1990 35th Anniversary model T-Bird SC?

If so, what do you figure it is worth right now - today? If you were to put it up for sale, what would you list it for (USD)?

Vote first, and then check this one out... (http://www.onestopmotors.com/ad_details.aspx?ad_id=4204#)

links down!!!

KMT
04-25-2008, 04:40 PM
links down!!!

Alternate online still... (http://www.adscarsforsale.com/classifieds/2/posts/64_Cars/44_Ford/10326_1990_Ford_Thunderbird.html)

nwnsc
04-25-2008, 05:21 PM
i bought mine off ebay for $1650 and had to put $500 in parts init to fix too drive it. then a month later $250 to fix the brakes. now it needs more $. just like an SC! money pit!!:rolleyes:

racecougar
04-27-2008, 06:14 PM
I have two 35th's here. Neither of them are for sale, but like anything else, if someone made the right offer I'd have to consider it.

-Rod