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Old 08-24-2013, 11:07 PM   #1
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Classic mustangs!!!

I was just watching a classic muscle car auction and something came up in my head... Does anyone think our cars will ever be as badass as what we call old school muscle cars? I know it's considered if your car is over 25 it's a classic and over 30 antique..... But really... Will they ever be rare like old GTOs or mustangs etc...? I think they will cuz I heard mustangs are common cars for rebuilt titles and alot of them end up being in a junk yard cuz of being totaled..... But that's just my 2 cents... What you guys think?????
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So that means a 1988 is a classic lol?
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Old 08-24-2013, 11:29 PM   #3
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So that means a 1988 is a classic lol?
Yes sir. According to American classic car association. 20 plus classic 45 antique
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Think about, say 69/70 fastbacks. They're over 40 years old now. In 2050, 99-04 Mustangs will be considered classics, but the only cars that id expect to get exceptional value are Mach 1's, Cobras, Saleen/Roush, etc. Plain coupes from the 60's still aren't worth much.

we'll probably be running on space goo or dilithium crystals or some crap by then so you'll have to convert it to laser fired plasma repulsor drive.
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Old 08-25-2013, 12:27 PM   #5
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I think they will be. No body thought any of the old mustangs would be worth anything because of how many of them there were.
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I think bullitts mach1 s and cobras will bring money and saleen I don't think roush will
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I think bullitts mach1 s and cobras will bring money and saleen I don't think roush will
Saleen and Roush to a lesser extent but I think the rarity would help them. Compare it to say, a classic Yenko Chevrolet or a Sox and Martin Mopar, that kind of thing.
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I think the 03 and 04 cobra will bring most money cause of how much hp they have. Look at a 69 mach 1 h code 351 to a 428 scj lol there's a large gap. Even between the boss 2 and boss 9 mostly cause production of 9 was so low but its high hp is still counted Into the large price differential.
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I think the 03 and 04 cobra will bring most money cause of how much hp they have. Look at a 69 mach 1 h code 351 to a 428 scj lol there's a large gap. Even between the boss 2 and boss 9 mostly cause production of 9 was so low but its high hp is still counted Into the large price differential.
Heck, BOSS429 motors are about as valuable as an entire terminator today. But yeah, terminator is the cream of the modular crop and will definitely be worth the most money, especially after most of them end up wrecked, cut up, etc.
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I think that any of our Mustangs may be considered a type of "classic" sooner than later with batteries/alternative fuels being more popular. When the US government decides that they have paid off the oil companies sufficiently, and introduce free-energy mechanisms, oil prices could force the fact and driving a gasoline motor may be an unusual occurrence with small children asking us "what was that like"?? -That's my nightmare.
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Old 08-26-2013, 10:14 PM   #11
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The cobras will definitely be classics cuz of how much respect they get from fans of every performance brand
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