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    RX-7 3rd gen. (ND) if in nice condition, have held their value well. Beautiful car.
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    A nice condition white '88 E30 M3 with 71,000 miles sold at auction in California for $56,200- a couple of months ago . . .

    1988 BMW M3 Coupe - California
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    Any used Ferrari you buy today at a typical discount to the ask and will return your money for the foreseeable future as long as you maintain it. The key is to go into the purchase with enough knowledge to avoid buying a wallet sucking trophy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    RX-7 3rd gen. (ND) if in nice condition, have held their value well. Beautiful car.
    I know you love Miatas and always have Miatas on you mind . . . Miata . . . Miata . . . Miata . . . but the the 3rd gen RX-7 was an FD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbillybob View Post
    Any used Ferrari you buy today at a typical discount to the ask and will return your money for the foreseeable future as long as you maintain it. The key is to go into the purchase with enough knowledge to avoid buying a wallet sucking trophy.
    Carl -

    I assume the foregoing advice does not apply to the Mondial, which is the least desirable Ferrari of all time . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Masonbrick View Post
    Toyota Supra TT 6-speedss have great re-sale value. 1993's are still over $30k in decent condition
    Still regret selling mine. The price keeps rising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard EVO View Post
    Carl -

    I assume the foregoing advice does not apply to the Mondial, which is the least desirable Ferrari of all time . . .
    Wasn't the 412 the least desirable one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ1 View Post
    IIRC, the 1m wasnt super popular when new. I think it was selling under MSRP. But now they are over 60k.
    Carmax selling a 1M !!!! $53k, only 740 of them sold here.
    2011 BMW 1M I in Sacramento, CA- 10755350 at carmax.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by bellwilliam View Post
    Carmax selling a 1M !!!! $53k, only 740 of them sold here.
    2011 BMW 1M I in Sacramento, CA- 10755350 at carmax.com
    3 years old with 3 owners already, would be a bit worried about what those first two did before giving to a guy willing to dump it at a car max. So sad...
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