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07-22-2014 10:26 PM
Originally Posted by svtguy88 View Post
While I do agree that it's pretty amazing how cheap you can pick up an SVT for now, these cars are now 10-12 years old...not really collectible (yet), and certainly not new.
Maybe one day theyll be like the first gen escorts and 2nd gen
07-22-2014 12:50 AM
seraniko 2k @ 102k work lots of mods.
06-15-2014 10:33 PM
Originally Posted by Super 7 View Post
They are worth surprisingly little, really.
While I do agree that it's pretty amazing how cheap you can pick up an SVT for now, these cars are now 10-12 years old...not really collectible (yet), and certainly not new.
06-15-2014 07:18 AM
A Focused Family
Originally Posted by Svtfocusin215 View Post
How do you guys know the number of the make ?
I called 1-800-367-3788 between 8AM-5PM M-F EST. The first option for SVT info was option 1.

Talked to a guy named Isaac, gave him the last 6 digits of my VIN #, and within 60 seconds he had my number.
06-15-2014 05:32 AM
mysvtny 2003 silver 5 door
115 miles
Bought for $2900
With a couple of minor issues obviously
06-14-2014 09:24 PM
sailor Check out this thread from the top of the page, particularly the first & last pages:
06-14-2014 07:14 PM
Svtfocusin215 How do you guys know the number of the make ?
06-14-2014 05:00 PM
A Focused Family Paid 1,000 bucks for this one. Clutch was bad. Front bumper has damage on passenger side. Came with a brand new set of snow tires too.

122K miles.

So far I've added lowering springs and Euro rims.
06-14-2014 03:33 PM
Svtfocusin215 Paid 4,600 had 94k miles . Silver 2003 focus svt with European appearance package . Thought I got a nice deal. Seller wanted 4,900 I offered 4,600 . I didn't want to low ball be guy . Car is good shape only down fall is not sure what major service was done . Hopefully timing belt and water pump was done . After second day of ownership had a check engine light come on. I think it's an exhaust leak . Exhaust got louder and it's bone stock. Then driving home today the check engine light went away . Either way having my mechanic look at Tuesday . Either way love the car perfect daily and now I can park the gti . I do want to do some small mods to have her little more peppier, nothing major .
06-14-2014 12:06 PM
Super 7 I bought mine two weeks ago today. Very clean in and out, pretty much new looking everywhere. Stock, everything works right, Euro, 2003 w/ 118,000 miles, 33% left on tires. No curb rash on rims. One owner (not counting that she leased it originally, then bought it at the end of the lease), service records from the Ford dealer where she works in the service department. I think that it is a good car, and I paid a premium for it at $5400. She delivered it to me around 90 miles away at that price too.

The worst thing in the interior is fuzz balls on the headliner near the sunroof. I think that an electric beard trimmer will get them.

I could have paid less. I had a strong preference for the Euro seats, and also for the yellow. I'm impressed with how well it goes from 50 to 90 in third when passing in the coastal range. I've seen some sell for more in the Portland area, but mostly for less. Quite a bit less. They are worth surprisingly little, really. My '87 Scrocco is worth way more. It is in a little better (better than new looking) condition though.
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