Originally Posted by 6769MOPARS
As you said, whether the "investment" retains its value or even grows in value really depends on the car. Many 60s American muscle cars are now selling at 7 to 25 times (and more) their original prices. I don't see a lot of collectible cars in today's selection of cars, but, there will be a few.
I honestly think that if Ford were to do a fraction of the new ST's coming out in an RS form, you'd have the makings of a modern day collectible. But not a "let's put it in a hermitically sealed bubble" one. A driver, a real car. Would it be priced just outside of 'normal'?? Yep, you bet. Wait a year or two...listen to the short comings of the ST, build the fixes into an RS along w/a few tweeks and let'em rip!
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