Warthog Package?

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Also important in this fantasy though that nobody who is willing to spend $53K to get in the door on a Bronco is going to stop there, probably toss in another $10k in options (if you check out a general Raptor build). So mid-$60s for a Ford Bronco? I don't know, seems a bit insane hahaha. I mean I'm going to pay near $60k and I think I'm insane.
If the Raptor is any example, the difference will be a much lower rate of depreciation on a Warthog justifying the additional cost. Not that I need further justification... the damn thing flies!
 

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If the Raptor is any example, the difference will be a much lower rate of depreciation on a Warthog justifying the additional cost. Not that I need further justification... the damn thing flies!
Probably right but the Raptor also double as a F150 truck :) So it has more utility than a Bronco model.
 

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Probably right but the Raptor also double as a F150 truck :) So it has more utility than a Bronco model.
True. Though it's really the same with any class/brand/model of vehicle where a halo version is available. Some examples are BMW (M cars vs. M "lite" and standard # series) and Porsche (GT vs base/S/GTS). If you can stretch for that level, financially you can probably justify it.
 

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