Since gas prices are going sky high, are any of you going to sell your pride and joy or hang on to your cars?
Would it be wise to invest in a muscle car for the sake of having a couple joyrides a week?
hang on to em ofcourse
I'm going to hang on to it but if gas ever hits 5 dollars a gallon then i may think about it. I don't think it would be wise to invest in a muscle car right now. Unless you can afford a tesla. Built for speed and runs on only electric.
Keep it! I got '63 mercury meteor, and once i have the brakes in working order, im running her daily.
Yes and No, If you are just going to buy low and sell high it is not a good idea. If you are buying a car because you like it or it brings back memories then go for it. In the 80's and 90's a lot of people screwed up the classic car market by buying cars as investments, but I think most people who have these cars dearly love them and act like those vehicles are almost part of their family. these people won't part with their cars easily, unless they are in dire need of cash. So James, buy your muscle car for personal enjoyment not as an investment, I think you will get a lot more out of it then. Here is a photo of a Challenger similar to the one I had.
i'll be keeping mine... anytime is a goodtime for a muscle car soon, as prices rise, more people will sell theirs, and they'll be cheaper
I have a 70 Mustang, and I am keeping it.... in fact I just picked up a 66 coupe for my fiancee... hers has a inline 6, as opposed to my 408W, so thats a nice cruiser when gas prices hurt...
if u want it 4 a fun show car or joy rides then yes people do it all the time aslong as your not planning to drive it all the time
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