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Old 04-23-2018, 01:55 PM   #76
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Re: What about the one time limited 6500.

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Just got back from Carlilse. We had a great time meeting and enjoying our cars. While I was there it occurred to me of all the models mustangs that were there from 64 1/2 on.........The Mach 1 is a collectable car......it's value will vary with the economy.....the people that trade the car in a few years will lose on the car as most cars do.....if you plan on having it 15-20 years, I believe you will get your investment back.

Bottom line......enjoy it and take care of it....what price do you put on the enjoyment you get when that shaker kicks to the right
Too bad ^this isn't true. :| I don't think it has anything to do with our cars or the numbers produced. I think it's more the way modern cars are. There are just so many similarities between manufacturers. So many cars from our era had great brakes, nearly the same power/performance, etc. Maybe it will be a different story with 25 - 30 years? Or, maybe when there is much less in the way of gasoline powered cars manufactured? I'm not sure they'll ever be going for prices that some of the classic muscle cars go for on the auction block.
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Old 04-24-2018, 01:00 AM   #77
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Re: What about the one time limited 6500.

If you "invested" $30K in a Mach 15 years ago and garaged it, you now have a Mach worth $20K if your lucky. You're suppose to make money when you "invest". Take that same $30K and put it in the stock market and after only 15 years you'd have about $150K. That's an investment a modern Mach 1 will never touch even after 30 years of waiting.
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