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post #1 of 11 Old 06-22-2019, 12:26 PM Thread Starter
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How rare is my wife’s car?

95 Mustang GT conv. CanaryYellow white on white. Can’t find any real solid information on this car. Seems rare. Please help.
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Yeah i found that one but no too specific. Just paint no options. Need more input than paint.
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Do you think it is especially valuable?
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Its worth more than the average ponies i see everywhere. So I wanna find out how rare they are. If they made 3497 canary yellow units how many are they White on White ? Thats my really question since they are no real statistics on it.
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There is only one way I know of to get that level of information. You will have to buy a Marti report.

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How rare is that color combo? Decently rare. Does that make it more desirable/valuable? Likely not.

Rarity in and of itself doesn't necessarily make a car more valuable. Unless someone is looking for that particular combo.

Marti report will give you the numbers as far as how many were produced with that color combo. Time will tell if that combo does, indeed, appreciate in value due to it's rareness.

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Mmmmmm..... yellow usually hurts value quite a bit though overall.

Rare is a combination of affordability/availability and desirability.

Since it's a readily available and affordable car, the combo wasn't desireable.
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Kinda like owning a monkey turd Brown Corvette.

For everything that is worthwhile, there is a counterfeit.
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A 1995 Mustang GT 'vert is not rare.

However, the older Fox and SN95 cars are increasing in value. The 1995 car will be considered a classic car in 6 months. You can buy classic car insurance and 25 year old cars are exempt from emissions testing. They are easy to work on.

I say keep the car and enjoy it. It isn't depreciating.

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