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  • #31
    Originally posted by -MICK- View Post
    this would make a good little 205 with a fresh coat of paint...... Tempted..

    https://www.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-...i-1-6/26925074
    Thought for a second it might be my old one - its not. I wonder whatever became of my little old red 205GTi 1.6

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Titan View Post
      This is a little bit further afield than Donedeal.

      What do you reckon this limited edition AE86 Trueno with 20V engine, 1 of 400 sold for yesterday...



      Nope, your wrong.

      Try €56,500

      So probably works out around €60-65kish landed here.
      The world has gone mad.
      I keep an eye on Subarus up for auction in Japan and for limited editions low mileage prices have gone a bit nuts in the last while. buyers must have all made money buying gamestop share or crypto

      I assume that ae86 was good auction grade and relatively low mileage?

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      • #33
        https://www.donedeal.ie/cars-for-sal...preza/27145994

        Any car that merely takes you from A-B does not go far enough.

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        • #34
          Clean Golf GTI Mk2 https://www.donedeal.ie/vintagecars-...f-gti/26546345

          Any car that merely takes you from A-B does not go far enough.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by TPaul View Post
            I keep an eye on Subarus up for auction in Japan and for limited editions low mileage prices have gone a bit nuts in the last while. buyers must have all made money buying gamestop share or crypto

            I assume that ae86 was good auction grade and relatively low mileage?
            Wasn't pristine.

            Grade 3.5C and 177k kms I think for the mileage,plus it wasn't original as seen in the photo.

            Considering the AE86 is probably one of the most legendary and lusted after cars in Japan and the bonkers increase in most JDM cars,the price is not to be unexpected I guess.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Titan View Post
              Wasn't pristine.

              Grade 3.5C and 177k kms I think for the mileage,plus it wasn't original as seen in the photo.

              Considering the AE86 is probably one of the most legendary and lusted after cars in Japan and the bonkers increase in most JDM cars,the price is not to be unexpected I guess.
              not totally unexpected i suppose but looks like crazy money to me given mileage and condition

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Titan View Post

                Considering the AE86 is probably one of the most legendary and lusted after cars in Japan and the bonkers increase in most JDM cars,the price is not to be unexpected I guess.

                I’d really love a trueno but there’s no changing the fact that somebody has paid €50k for a Corolla.

                Insanity.

                I know they aren’t making more of them but the bubble is bound to burst on “cars that are only going up in value”.
                Poor punctuation and spelling via iPhone keyboard & odd words here and there via autocorrect

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                • #38
                  The fact that the demise of the ICE is on the cards for a lot of folk, means we're entering a new era of what value is for iconic motors. That is not just a Corolla, no priest is still sitting with one of them still on their drive with low mileage gathering dust and moss.
                  I’m standing in a field full of sheep, is it wrong that I feel aroused?? 🤨🤪

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                  • #39
                    Agreed very cool car, would love one for the shed. But 50k on a Corolla no thanks.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Mike205 View Post
                      Spot on price wise I would have thought?
                      2005 Alfa 166 2.0TS Grigio Geo - Daily Driver
                      2001 Alfa 166 3.0 Proteo Rosso - The Beast - resting for now
                      2000 Alfa 166 2.5 V6 Auto Verde Argo - the Baby
                      1999 Alfa 166 2.5 V6 Grigio Nettuno - Track Car
                      1984 Alfasud 1.5 Gold Cloverleaf Florentine Copper - the other Baby

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                      • #41
                        My friend has an AE86 black limited sitting in his shed, needing some body work. Must tell him get the finger out.

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                        • #42
                          This is the closest I could get to owning that AE86

                          It's steering wheel for €600

                          https://www.donedeal.ie/carparts-for...wheel/27155932

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by jimgti View Post
                            My friend has an AE86 black limited sitting in his shed, needing some body work. Must tell him get the finger out.
                            Yeah if he holds onto it for another year or two he might become an overnight millionaire the way prices are going

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Bazg2 View Post
                              The fact that the demise of the ICE is on the cards for a lot of folk, means we're entering a new era of what value is for iconic motors. That is not just a Corolla, no priest is still sitting with one of them still on their drive with low mileage gathering dust and moss.

                              Anybody listen to the Joe Rogan podcast with Richard Rawlings?

                              Some interesting stuff they talked about. Fast N Loud is no more. 30's 40's 50's cars have fallen off a cliff price wise. The only ones in demand now are 60's 70's 80's and 90's.
                              The generation coming behind us have no real lust for cars the same way the generations before them had. More into iPads, instagram and tech stocks.

                              I noticed that with a collector that came to look at a car I was selling a while back. He said that his kids and his kids friends had no interest in cars whatsoever. Would be hard to keep demand (and firm prices) in the cars that he has in the shed. (Escort Cossies, MK2 Escorts, Evo's etc) They will embrace the switch to EV's and never look back.

                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfyM43BJsY4
                              Last edited by itsfitzy; 05-02-2021, 01:40 PM. Reason: podcast insert

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by itsfitzy View Post
                                Anybody listen to the Joe Rogan podcast with Richard Rawlings?

                                Some interesting stuff they talked about. Fast N Loud is no more. 30's 40's 50's cars have fallen off a cliff price wise. The only ones in demand now are 60's 70's 80's and 90's.
                                The generation coming behind us have no real lust for cars the same way the generations before them had. More into iPads, instagram and tech stocks.

                                I noticed that with a collector that came to look at a car I was selling a while back. He said that his kids and his kids friends had no interest in cars whatsoever. Would be hard to keep demand (and firm prices) in the cars that he has in the shed. (Escort Cossies, MK2 Escorts, Evo's etc) They will embrace the switch to EV's and never look back.

                                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfyM43BJsY4
                                I watched that podcast was interesting Rawlings doing his best to build a car for Rogan!
                                Im keeping the love alive with my daughters they love their petrol motors had a big say in my last purchase!

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