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Originally Posted by sugarwood View Post
Production numbers don't mean squat when demand evaporates.
And guess what? 10,000 years from now, no one will want your rare 911.

There are many rare stamps and coins with VERY low production numbers.
Guess what? They are worthless now. No one wants them. Demand collapsed.

Hummels used to be worth a lot of money.
Guess what? They are worthless now. No one wants them. Demand collapsed.

So yea, every one of our cars is heading to its scrap value.
Think bigger.
Bat sheet crazy post sugar. Lay off those meds. Wow.
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