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1800Ti....$75K ?

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I like it a lot, but seeing as I am not sitting on millions of dollars, it seems very expensive to me. It is a rare time capsule from a time before BMW's were common in the US.

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Before I looked at the listing, Ed, I saw the price and said, WTF?

 

After I looked at the listing, I said, Where are you going to find such a perfect example?  I know, it’s easy for me to say this because I’m not writing a check for $75K.  But this isn’t a crazy price.  I hope he gets it.

 

Best regards,

 

Steve

 

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In a heartbeat, my hunch? How else could you triple your money in 10 years. Life is a poker game, that car is a royal flush.

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7 hours ago, Russell74Fjord said:

that hood is interesting, different than an 02's

 it's not an 02

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10 minutes ago, joebarthlow said:

funny. that's resprayed CS money

 

 

Tweaked that a tad.

 

I wouldn't pay it, but you aren't going to find another with those miles in that condition.

 

 

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It is really hard to beat original miles/kilometers, especially in the condition this example displays.
I keep reminding my self on the value of older cars, to find another example just like it...at a lower price. I think not. At least not right now. Beautiful NK
Matt



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Stellar find. Here's the problem: after you buy it, then what? 

You're not going to drive this one until the wheels fall off!

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Why not drive it??!!!   We have only one life, enjoy it, especially if you think you deserve to own a car like that..  I have been lucky enough to work on and drive $1M plus cars on LA streets, ie 1955 Fiat 8v Zagato (actual race car of Elio Zagato., 1953 Siata Spyder.) , to name a few.  Anyway why preserve for the next owner to fully enjoy these cars?  Plus you get rights to say "I got this car with xxxx miles on it.    

My $.02.

Matt 

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On 3/9/2018 at 7:24 PM, AceAndrew said:

 

Tweaked that a tad.

 

I wouldn't pay it, but you aren't going to find another with those miles in that condition.

 

 

 

no you won't, but the NK market isn't the 02 or Coupe market. Better than the New Six market, though.

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