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Old 06-24-2022, 03:50 AM
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Well, he'd have cars in his registry, but it's not every surviving car. I seriously doubt he or anyone has serial numbers with the final produced cars. I imagine brands with invoices, like FoMoCo and possibly PHS for Pontiacs, can determine those kinds of things.
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My Brother and I looked at a 43 mile hemi Cuda at Legendary Motor Car many years ago.


I think it was the same car, I remember the story about the original exhaust being put back on the car.


I remember there was some touch-up work on the front suspension and a Mopar guru ran the owner of LMC through the mud in a magazine article saying it was all done incorrectly.


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Sometimes there are too many "gurus".
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Anyone know how much it sold for?
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$525,000
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Well bought or well sold?
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Id say thats less than half what it was expected to bring.
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Fear of the lagging economy scaring people.
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Its one thing to buy and sit on a 1M car when interest rates are near 0. ...but at 2.7% cd rates the car now costs over $27,000 a year to own just in interest lost ...
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Chuck, that might be one way of looking at it. On the other hand right now a 2.7% CD is guaranteed to drop about 6% (or more, depending on what you believe the true inflation number is) annually, or 60k in your example, whereas an investment could return much higher.

Of course it will depend on the specific investment. Sitting on cash right now guarantees you to lose money, unless you have a good opportunity pop up that you can take advantage of.
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