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I would try a 1973 Citroen SM
You have to admit when they ran right they were very cool cars.


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So I learned my lesson, I got lucky and found another SWB S and I have a 78 930 and I will not let those go with the dream of a market crash and easy buy again.
I like 911's to much to be with out one.
The SWB cars have gone crazy. A friend purchased one about 6 years ago for $7k it was a complete rust bucket needing too much to restore so he scrapped it out.

I have seen similar car sell for 10 X's that now heading for complete restorations. Like the GTO Judge my friend scrapped back in 1983 when he couldn't give it away for $100.

I agree if you purchased a solid car at a reasonable price hold onto them and enjoy them even if the market does drop it will never drop down to where it was before. If the economy gets that bad we will have bigger problems to worry about than the value of our cars.
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