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  1. ferrari#7

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    #1 ferrari#7, Mar 22, 2019
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    Hi, recently sold my 328. Looking for a Mondial, looked at one, and was going to get a PPI. I should have put a deposite on. A dealer came and bought it, and now asking 25K more, WOW. Good luck!!
     
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  2. paulchua

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    Hang in there, I think prices will take a hit when next recession arrives...
     
  3. energy88

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    On the bright side, at least you have maximized proceeds from the 328 before the old saying "all boats fall in a receding tide" occurs.
     
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    well said.
     
  5. 19633500GT

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    Can you share with us what car it was?
     
  6. Natkingcolebasket69

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    Let’s say downturn. I hope no recession;)


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  7. paulchua

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    Recessions are healthy, and agreed, let's say mild recession!
     
  8. rob

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    Yes definitely what car had a 25k upside!?
     
  9. donkost

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    Same thing happened to me- I was following a '88 2.3 Cab at a CT auction where it went for around $25K. Had cold feet, should have put in a bid. Watching the VIN on the web it ended up at a dealer in FL, and then a dealer in NY. The dealer in NY was asking $38K and wouldn't budge, had no past service records, etc. I inquired about the last timing belt change and I believe he thought I was asking about regular fan belts and was really cocky about it. Needless to say I bailed and forgot about that car, and ended up buying one from a FC member with tons of documentation at a very reasonable price. If you have patience the right car will come along. It sure doesn't feel that way when you have a few cars bookmarked on the web and are watching each day!
     
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