[DeTomaso] 2nd Pantera SOLD
Asa Jay Laughton
asajay at asajay.com
Fri Jan 21 18:50:26 EST 2011
Probably not. Historically, classic car sale prices go way up during
a recession. I think in our last big one, there were some classics
selling in the millions, while 10 years later you could hardly get a
couple hundred thousand for the exact same car.
What will be telling is how the price settles after a few years of recovery.
I do like the prices... but at what point would it cause me to stop
I know a local guy who sold his last Ferrari because he found out it
was one of only 12 made in that trim package and worth a whole lot of
money. He likes to drive his cars and once he found that out, he
stopped driving it. He found a buyer and then took a portion of the
sale and bought essentially the exact same car but in a different trim
package and pocketed the rest of the money. Now he can enjoy driving
<just how many white Panteras -were- made?>
Quoting "michael at michaelshortt.com" <michaelsavga at gmail.com>:
> It sold for $ 76,000
> Can we actually be getting some R E S P E C T ?
> Michael Shortt
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