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Everyone and their brother bought one and stored it banking on that hope. Due to that I highly doubt they will see the value go up like they want. Just way too many stored with hopes of increased value.

I enjoy seeing guys sell them for what they paid new as several get sold ever year with under 3000 miles for $25-30k, do the math on interest, insurance, upkeep, inflation and they lost their ass and they DESERVE to. The speculators make the hobby more expensive for the true enthusiast.

I define an enthusiast as someone who enjoys the car, enjoys driving, careing for, maintaining or modifying. Not some dipshit who parks it in a garage hoping to make a buck later.
 

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Everyone and their brother bought one and stored it banking on that hope. Due to that I highly doubt they will see the value go up like they want. Just way too many stored with hopes of increased value.

I enjoy seeing guys sell them for what they paid new as several get sold ever year with under 3000 miles for $25-30k, do the math on interest, insurance, upkeep, inflation and they lost their ass and they DESERVE to. The speculators make the hobby more expensive for the true enthusiast.

I define an enthusiast as someone who enjoys the car, enjoys driving, careing for, maintaining or modifying. Not some dipshit who parks it in a garage hoping to make a buck later.
AMEN TO THAT ^^^^^^^^^^ :biggrin:
 

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well seeing as how not everoyne has a 2nd gen impala ss and they will be around for years to come ( o and there really the last rwd METAL MUSCLE CAR OF THE LATE 90'S) I SEE THEM BEING COLLECTORS FOR YEARS...... they may never reach into like the $30000 price range but ive seen customized caprices go for that much!!!!!!
 
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