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Too many of us tend to use dollar figures as a measure of value in a given
sector. Is a '72 911 T worth $20,000? That depends upon which day you measure
As inflation turns to hyperinflation, $20,000 will diminish in purchasing power.
Take a look at the falling Euro, to see my point in action. Euros will be worth less
than a dollar very soon. When our trillions of printed "stimulus" fake currency hits
the mainstream, the dollar will fall like a rock.
My point is, an early 911 will always be a desireable commodity to a certain group
of people with the means to own them. The dollar figure is more a measure of the
value of a dollar, not the value of an early 911.
That said, to address the first post in this thread, if you can afford a '72 E, buy it and
enjoy it. You're not getting any younger! Best of luck to all of us!
Mike B.

'72 911E Coupe
Early "S" #1065
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