I love it. As the owner of a mid 70’s under appreciated muscle car from Chevrolet, I can appreciate someone who loves a car for its potential. Just because it’s not a highly collectible make and model doesn’t mean you can’t find an under appreciated car that you’re passionate about, at a good price, and enjoy it. I, too, love the quote. My vote is for “T shirts for everybody!”
Look established classics may drop but will be more stable than I established models.
Low volume high end models have built in protection like the new GT.
The TC is a big long shot and any volume BMW or Benz is far from a sure thing.
If the money is not there now do not expect a recession to bring money to new models as investors will go to the proven metal or fiberglass,
The Pontiacs listed here are the real Pontiacs. We will continue to see these increase as the later corporate Pontiac models will do ok but the money people are interested in those cars with real Pontiac engines.
So the buttering has begun! And for anyone who thought I was joking about the leaking tank, the new one is on the porch ready to be swapped in. After that the volatility will have to come from my posts!
Wait, you actually watched a movie that was trying to sell the idea that Ellen Degeneres falls for a guy? I mean, not that there's anything wrong with what she does with her love life, but who the heck suspended reality that far to make that particular casting decision?