Agree to disagree. First of all, millenials love classic Datsuns/Nissans. VWVortex guys are loving this car. Most are millenials. And many millenials will inherit the money from the baby boomers. There are also plenty of millenials with good jobs who will be able to afford cars like these. There are always people out there with money who will pay a high price for a rare vehicle. It's all about supply and demand.... I think you are trying to convince yourself that these cars will be cheaper for you to buy in the futureRobb wrote:Someone must be sick in the head to pay $32k for a 510.. I dont care how low the mileage or condition !
Once baby boomers die off, prices will plummett ! So will house prices ! The majority of wealth is with baby boomers.
Millenials have nada !
I agree that the Canada car should have presented the ad with much better photos. And I feel the largest market for the car is in the US so they should have just listed it from the states. I was absolutely planning on buying that one if Josh and I couldn't come to terms on our deal. From the photos, I would imagine the body/paint might be slightly better than mine but it does have wear on the grill/rear c pillar badge, more fading of the carpet, trunk looks worse etc. And this is just from some poor photos so who really knows. And as I stated, it would cost about $2k all in to get that car to VA.
I drove the car to work today so I could take it to my body guy and have him look at it and give his opinion(I will roll over 17k miles on the way home). He restores Porsches and Alfa's so he is the man for the job. He also restored my dads old 510 in 87 and 2 of his 240z's over the last 6 years. I plan to have him fix the small rust areas in the front fenders, fix the dent in the rear door and re-paint that small part of the rocker to rear arch that isn't quite the right color match. He will use single stage and will blend it. He is amazing at making paint look original.