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  • #76
    Originally posted by Dennis45 View Post


    A FREE car, not in my wildest dreams. I guess it says something about how entitled our young folks have become. Who's fault is that?

    It's not just young folks Dennis, it's over half of the country and I know whose fault it is !

    Just Stand

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    • #77
      11thgen. Be more specific.

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      • #78
        I think it is not so much a question of undervalued as it is impracticality. While I don't work I do drive the car regularly and I live well outside of town so I put on quite a few easy miles on the car. It always gets a thumbs up or a positive comment of some kind. I have friends who love the car and at least one that would buy it if I wanted to sell it to him at market price which I don't. The car's appeal is to an older generation growing older and who wants the problems of an old car and who wants to stick it in the garage and look at it? Well, I will say I do exactly that sometimes. It always makes me smile when it is in the garage and snowing outside. Cars with many miles seem risky to an elderly buyer and the cars with low miles are not going to be seen as daily drivers. I think most people who want retro birds already have them.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by 428PI View Post
          11thgen. Be more specific.
          Nice try. If you want me to share my opinion with you in PM I will, even though I have some doubt they are private or held private.
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          • #80
            Originally posted by 11TH GEN View Post

            Nice try. If you want me to share my opinion with you in PM I will, even though I have some doubt they are private or held private.
            Yes, be careful.
            02 Nieman Marcus-SS htp-f/sil. #165 - 21 states-Dc
            02 TB-TB htp-p/blue acc.-Nancy Gioia-22 states-DC
            03 007-Coral htp-f/white acc. #468 7 states
            03 WW-WW htp-p/red 8 states
            04 VMG-VMG htp-p/white - 20 states-DC
            04 PCR-Ash htp f/ash acc. #101 - 19 states-DC
            04 Merlot- Merlot htp-sand- B. Grassnig-48 states-DC
            04 TR-TR htp-sand 7 states
            04 LIB-LIB htp-p/white 15 states-DC
            05 Cashmere htp-stone #408 -3 states
            05 IG-IG htp-p/white #82 - 48&DC
            05 Dusk Rose-DR htp-cashmere seats - 48&DC

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            • #81
              Originally posted by 4LOWBIRDS+8 View Post
              Yes, be careful.
              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pIkkzDagsY
              Best Joey-ism (Friends) ever:
              "The point is Moo. It's like a cow's opinion...it's 'Moo'."
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIkJ4BUChxI

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              • #82
                I'm glad you cleared that up Ron. ..I'd say originally overpriced but today not undervalued..

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Birdlover View Post

                  I know of a TBN member in the Chicago area whose daily driver TBird is well in excess of 200K miles. I'm sure there are are / were other members with like mileage.
                  I'm the new proud owner of that car, 240K miles

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                  • #84
                    Lot T201 Black on black 02 w/HT sold for $9,350 + fee in Dallas today

                    Lot 218 Red with white HT 04 with partial white interior also sold for $9,350 Both looked extremely clean but mileage wasn't listed.

                    The 15K mile car goes tomorrow.
                    Just Stand

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by EllisonCal View Post
                      On Friday, October 4th, a 2003 WW Thunderbird is being auctioned at Mecum in Dallas, Texas. It is no reserve and the Lot number is F186. It shows 15,765 actual miles. It will be interesting to see what it sells for. The pictures represent the car very well. However there are no pictures without the hardtop installed, so there is no way to ascertain if it needs a new convertible top. It is probably black but could be worn, hard to say.
                      Car sold for $20,900 + fee
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                      • #86
                        Yes Rick low mileage is probably the most important factor in determining the price for the 2002-2005 Thunderbirds. Many years from now it may not be as important because the people buying them now as 14 to 16 year old cars, want that "almost new" mileage on the odometer. In 2006 I bought my 2005 with about 10,000 miles on it. Finding one like that today is rare but when they sell, they get almost 50% of what they cost when new.
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                        • #87
                          Compare a comparable year Lincoln LS with the Thunderbirds. You'll see what the value of the Thunderbirds are by comparison.

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                          • #88
                            As my Dad lay on his death bed, one of the last things he said to me, "Wished I'd got that Thunderbird". My reply, "We'll go get it", after a pause, he said "It's to late now".
                            I guess it don't matter what the cost, it's the value to you.
                            As Joey said "it's Moo"
                            No matter where you go, there you are!
                            If I'm not here, I'll be somewhere else !

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by FatMan View Post
                              As my Dad lay on his death bed, one of the last things he said to me, "Wished I'd got that Thunderbird". My reply, "We'll go get it", after a pause, he said "It's to late now". I guess it don't matter what the cost, it's the value to you. As Joey said "it's Moo"
                              Moo it is!
                              (see below)
                              Best Joey-ism (Friends) ever:
                              "The point is Moo. It's like a cow's opinion...it's 'Moo'."
                              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIkJ4BUChxI

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by JerriLampon View Post
                                Compare a comparable year Lincoln LS with the Thunderbirds. You'll see what the value of the Thunderbirds are by comparison.
                                Did that Jerri. '03 Thunderbird retail is $14,600 with 60K and hardtop. '03 LS Sport V8 retail is $4325 with 60K and audiophile stereo, sunroof, and navigation. These figures came from NADA for New Hampshire.
                                T-Birding it's the only way to fly!
                                Richard & Gordon

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