$250 is the cheapest I've paid for one. At the other end of the scale, I paid $400 for one from a car with a verified 68k on it.
Short ratio variant is great - not so much for cruising - but they're plentiful as Focus XR5s meet their fate somewhat regularly.
I'd be keen on a 2022 date, for sure.
All of that confirms for me that I still like it for its weirdness but I do not want to own it.
It's got some appeal being a manual, for sure.
I want it but no idea what I'd really do with it if I had it.
Have you been poking a bear? ;)