Almost exactly one year ago I took a look at Mercedes-AMG’s latest and greatest car, the GT R. It was a car to rival all the other crazy German GT cars as well as every other track-focused GT car that was out at the time. The specs and the reviews were good and sellers were fresh to try to cash in on the hype with asking prices well over sticker price of around the $200,000 mark. The car I looked out a year ago had an asking price of $260,000 with just 42 miles and while it probably didn’t sell for that, I’m sure a decent profit was made by flipping it. Today, I wanted to circle back around and check in on a GT R with just a handful of miles to see how the prices have held up during its first year. Looking at the numbers, I can’t say that I’m all that surprised.
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