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Are 50k TR's in our near future??

Discussion in 'Boxers/TR/M' started by gsworld2014, Jan 29, 2016.

  1. MS250

    MS250 Two Time F1 World Champ
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    No, you are socialist by not accepting the free market.

    Anyone can ask whatever they want for something , you are confusing sale price with asking price.

    a no sale doesn't me anything other than a no sale - deals are made with buyers and sellers, you can't have one without the other.

    I would be curious if your other handle was Brad Williams , or if he is your blood relative.
     
  2. phrogs

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    I always thought its worth zero dollars until you sell it.
     
  3. phrogs

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    I always thought its worth zero dollars until you sell it.
     
  4. gsworld2014

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    My point to why they would even care how much the car is worth!!! It doesn't make any sense
     
  5. ttforcefed

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    wake up - no one is upset about prices - your comment was auction prices are bad, are TRs gonna be 50k again. how many times do you need this recapped? I furnished 3 TR auction results and you can't come up with one post that addresses your question.

    as if with 500 posts you haven't been around long enough to read the 50 bubble/market posts.

    why didn't you post the question in whatever model you own subforum?
     
  6. gsworld2014

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    Little Red don't get upset I understand supply and demand.... I accept free market I just think the market prices will be reduced because the market is flooded..

    No don't need another handle..
     
  7. ttforcefed

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    wait so now current owners shldnt care but someone like you who has never been and will never be a TR buyer shld care? explain that one to us
     
  8. gsworld2014

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    Hahaha.. I didn't say TR's were going to be 50k today.. What was the estimate?? 400-450k??
     
  9. ttforcefed

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    your point is that these recent auctions results show the market is cracking because trading and 3x the price a few years ago is weak?

    we are trying to understand what you are saying - the problem is ur not saying anything that's understandable.
     
  10. ttforcefed

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    who cares what the estimate is - does anyone care when a wall street analysts puts a 1000 price target on amzn? all that matters is where things transact.
     
  11. gsworld2014

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    Do you know what the estimates were?? Or are you just going to continue to try to insult me?
     
  12. ttforcefed

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    what is insulting? who cares what the estimates were? if you owned a TR today wld you be selling because the estimates weren't reached?
     
  13. ttforcefed

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    that's right - this is true for every non income generating asset under the sun
     
  14. Meister

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    After selling my 308 3 years ago and then on the hunt for a 348, I just missed a salvage title TR (fully correctly/repaired) in NJ for $35k. Looking back that would have been a steal
     
  15. gsworld2014

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    Who cares if estimates weren't met? Sellers... Potential buyers that are scared of depreciation...

    When the car exceeds estimates the next car similar will go for more.. Same thing happens in the inverse
     
  16. 88Testarossa

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    Well said. The thread is actually dumb and the thread title is intentional click bait, if you ask me.

    Actually, it's a master baiter (smiles). My apologies in advance if I offended anyone.


    Sent by incredibly fast electrons
     
  17. wintech

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    Well I am offended (not) but that is as witty as all get out! and I am with BR; regarding BW.
     
  18. ttforcefed

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    you and about 50 of us
     
  19. SimCity3

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    Nice. And a 250 drives like a 60's car. Happy Days for everyone :)
     
  20. suicidedoors1964

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    It is settled Muscle cars trump TR.

    The complete top 10 sales at the Mecum Kissimmee 2016 auction include (individual prices do not include buyer’s premiums):

    1.1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible (Lot F109) at $2,675,000
    2.1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible (Lot F102) at $2,300,000
    3.1970 Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible (Lot F111) at $1,650,000
    4.1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda (Lot F100) at $950,000
    5.1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Tanker (Lot S160) at $710,000
    6.1969 Dodge Hemi Coronet R/T Convertible (Lot F100) at $625,000
    7.1969 Dodge Hemi Daytona (Lot F103) at $550,000
    8.1970 Ford Torino King Cobra (Lot F104) at $525,000
    9.1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible (Lot F113) at $475,000
    10.1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Convertible (Lot F114) at $450,000
     
  21. treedee3d

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    Not being a fan on American cars in general, it leaves me speechless that the cars above went at those prices and a legendary unique TR only sold for 140k....crazy!
     
  22. boxerman

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    Percieved rarity. And an example of how a market can get built up.
     
  23. boxerman

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    To answer the OP, no running 50k testas in our future, but decent ones for 80-90k possible.
     
  24. Meister

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    perceived rarity of what? They built only a handfull of hemi cuds convertibles in 70/71 something like 20/12
     
  25. 97 Spider

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    Gotta love that MOPAR!
     

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