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Post by Diabolik » Wed May 05, 2021 7:38 pm

Good eveing all.

Interesting conversation this, what I have notice is that keeping an eye on auto trader supply of f types of all types and power from beginning of last year the numbers available are down from over 730 at the beginning of last year to 564 cars today.
I have also notice that the odd v6s is creeping back up over the £40000 mark.
Electric cars are still very expensive for what they are and it will be sometime until they dent the petrol car numbers.
Maybe we are on to a good thing, mine is a keeper anyway.
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Post by Tel » Wed May 05, 2021 10:10 pm

I follow the Energy market very closely as I have a love, hate relationship with it in my line of business...that's another story.

Yes, Hydrogen, Aluminium Fuel cells and Nuclear are the winners, whereas electricity is a fashion. Like many things in today's world "green, ECO friendly" electricity B.S is programmed into peoples' minds to believe they are saving the planet, when they are doing the exact opposite.

Back on track...Excluding the P7, RWD V8S and R, Series I cars, as I have said countless times, will be the sought after models.
I may be wrong but if there's a RWD 400, that will be the next pick 'o the bunch. Closely followed by Series I SVR's.
And no, I'm not biased having had a V6S and V8S previously.
I'm that confident...You can print this out and if I'm wrong in 20 years time I'll buy everyone on the forum a pint... :)
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Post by RPSN » Thu May 06, 2021 5:09 am

I bought my V6 S Coupe just over 2 years ago and it hasn’t decreased in value when compared to similar cars on Autotrader. If anything, the majority of those cars are above what I paid and seem to be increasing further. viewtopic.php?f=21&t=4952

On the other hand, a friend of mine bought a used Audi S4 Avant a few months after I had the F-Type and the value of his car has (what he recently said) ‘dropped like a stone’.
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