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For Sale: 1999 1/2 35th Anniversary Limited Edition GT & memorabilia package.
I have recently been ENSLAVED by child support & am now looking to sell 3 of my cars due to the corrupt divorce laws in this country.

We are also selling the following cars:
1999 1/2 35th Anniversary Limited Edition Mustang GT
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1040802
2003 Whippled Saleen Cobra
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1128782
1993 618hp Boss-blocked 331 ci Cobra
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1126763
1993 10-second Coupe
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1126762
2002 DSG Harley Davidson F150 (runs low 12's)
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1126760
2003 Kenne Bell Johnny Lightning 750hp
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1128798

SOLD

This is a real 35th anniversary special edition model.
All mustangs made between July 99 & June of 2000 have the "35 Years" badges.
Most mustangs made between July 2000 & December 2000 have the "35 Years" badges.
They are not "35th Anniversary Edition" models though.

This one is.
It is bone stock except mufflers (big mistake on my part).
I drive it 60-120 miles per month.
It has 38K miles on it.
It is pristine, save for a few small nicks from crappy Texas roads.

I have the original memorabilia package, in its undisturbed state other than removing them for photos.

The memorabilia package consists of:
A set of CDs with 'driving' style songs. (This is in a nice colorfully imprinted light cardboard case still shrinkwrapped with plastic.)
A "35th Anniversary" keychain (Never removed from box.)
A "The Mustang Chronicle: 35 Years of Mustangs" book. (Pages still tight from never being opened)
A "35th Anniversary" leather CD case (This I do use, moving from car to car.)
A 1/18 scale exact diecast replica of the car produced especially for Ford by GMP. (This is one of the nice diecasts that feature precise engine/exhaust/interior details including working steering wheel, doors, trunk/hood.)
All the above are in the original white cardboard box with the "35th Anniversary" logo on the top of it. (The diecast replica is contained within a smaller white cardboard box inside this cardboard box.)
A 'breathable' car cover (This I do use also.)

All of my cars have always been kept indoors & immaculately cleaned & cared for.
This is a true collector car.

all 35th body & interior options (listed below)

From 'Mustang50Magazine'
"The 35th Anniversary Series was special, despite only 4,628 cars being produced, simply because it was celebrating many years of pony car achievement. The series boasted a raised hood scoop, black honeycomb deck lid, rear deck wing, and GT leather in Midnight black with "35th Anniversary" embroidered on the seat back. The Anniversary Series five speeds were outfitted with an aluminum shifter as well. "

http://www.autoworld.com/news/Ford/35thMustang.htm
http://bradbarnett.net/mustangs/timeline/99-04/99/35th-4.jpg

Option 54Y.
Production: 4628
Performance Red: 1555
Black: 1299
Silver: 1259
Crystal White: 515

$2695 option included:
hood scoop
black hood decal
side scoops
different rocker side moldings,
polished wheels w/ black inserts & unique galloping pony logo
silver/aluminum colored dash w/ "35th Anniversary" insignia
silver/aluminum shifter knob (later used in the "Bullitt")
different rear wing
special "35th Anniversary" logo floor mats
silver leather door inserts
silver leather trimmed seats w/ "35th Anniversary" insignia
black honeycomb inserts between rear taillights.
This is not to be confused with the simple side badging on ALL '99 Mustangs that represent the 35th Anniversary of Mustang.
This was a limited pkg only. For more info, visit the 35th Owner's Association.

These pix are from 2000 but I assure you that while the pix were taken two houses ago, the car looks exactly the same.





 

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I haven't seen any online for sale with everything that came with it, nor have I seen any that were in this nice of shape, low miles, & stock.
Yet I've seen many that had one of the above sell for in excess of $15K.

I'll entertain all offers in the general vicinity (no 4-digit offers) & all the above will come with it.

(Also, I forgot to mention the diecast replica & have now added it to the original post above.)
 

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$12,500 or I keep it.
Anyone interested?
I will not come down anymore.
 

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Nice car it might be worth something down the road, however in the state of this economy you will be hard pressed to sell it. I say hang on to it untill the economy picks up like next spring. I have a silver 99GT as well and I wish I had that interior
 

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Yes. I've just about had a change of heart & have changed my mind anyway. The only reason I thought of selling it is because I have 6 fast cars.
 

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make that 7. sold one (sinner) & bought 2 more.
 

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Back up for sale...
 

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Yes. I have bought 2 more & am looking to get rid of 2.
 

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Other than this mustang what else do you have for sale? And the price is @ 12.5k? Thanks
The new price has been reflected in the top post. I drove it 100 miles throughout the frigid Houston winter.

I also have the following vehicles for sale:
1993 Coupe 347, TKO, full UPR suspension (runs 10.50's)
(This is the original owner's ad from when I bought it.)
http://forums.corral.net/forums/showthread.php?t=1000267
$10,000

2002 DSG Harley Davidson F150 (runs 12.20's)
LFP Crate Engine
17psi Ported Eaton
full Hotchkiss suspension
477rwhp
$15,000
 

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