Re: Canadian 89 GT.
Nope... They didn't... The '89 Cobra was just a name plate on the rear deck
lid, no different than any other GT, and came with the 5.0 badges...
And since I wasn't asked... $8K sounds a little high for a car with 160km
on the clock. I mean, maybe the car is mint, I dunno, so then, okay... but
if it's "average" I wouldn't go much over $5 or 6. Check Edmunds for a total
lowball estimate - you can show this to the guy and watch him crap his pants
(betcha it doesn't come in higher than $4K.) Try
collectorcartraderonline.com for a real world estimate.
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am looking at an 89 GT "Cobra" here in Ontario; 160, 000km,
> 8000.00$CAN. I went to look at it, and I noticed cobra badges on the
> sides where "ordinarily" there would be a 5.0L badge. Now I know that
> the GT's of this time were indeed called GT "Cobra's" here in Canada,
> but did these also have side Cobra badges instead of the 5.0L (or was
> this a factory option at the time perhaps)?
> thanks guys..