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If you've been following the collector car market recently, you may have noticed that prices seem to be going down again.That, folks, is because it's a brand new car, and that's as new as it will ever get.The real reason people believe such cars are valuable is due to market manipulation.Making matters worse are the other geniuses who jump to the conclusion that their '70s Fiat 124 sedan or '80s Pontiac Trans Am must also be worth more than a new BMW, and so they start listing the cars for insane amounts although no one asks about them or even cares. And for some reason they overlook the fact that the amount of money and effort needed to return the cars to factory condition – even if it were possible – is far more than even the inflated prices being asked for a pristine model. If I wanted a 1980s Porsche 911, I'd wait till prices came back to normal, which they will, and I'd buy it because I like it and want to drive it on nice roads rather than as an investment.
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