- Nov 8, 2019
I agree. With the COVID19 economic WORLD collapse, the prices of these vehicles will plummet. Even more desired 60's and 70's muscle cars will take a huge hit as even the most wealthy millionaires took a viscous beating in the market. Plus it's not over. The economic impact of this pandemic will last all year long, world wide, not just the USA.Then there's the $25,000 for a 16 second car; who wants to pay that much money for, whats considered a dog slow car by modern standards (a 2020 Camry will out run it in the 1/4 by 2.5 secs)?
Expect to see the Muscle car values fall and fall hard over the next 18 months. The old guys are going to be dumping their classics to free up money to buy stocks at a reduced rate or just get cash so they can retire. The days of ridiculousness at Mecum and Barret-Jackson are over. And sadly if you want to get good money for any Gbody you better be prepared to wait a looong time.
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