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What is going on with the 911 market?

Off and on looking for a silver 993 cab with red interior and it seems the market has dried up or the prices have headed way north, also seems to be this way for 86-89 911 also?

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911's (64-98) are becoming collectible. Right now objects/items are better to have than money sitting in bank or stock market. Just wait till inflation hits the market, these cars will jump up even more. The fact that people are buying into "The economy is in great shape" is pathetic. The fact the fed dumps 80B into the market each month to keep the market going and people don't think there will be any backlash. Plus no-one has a real job anymore with any benefits. America's work-force is in the *****ter with 47% of the people that have jobs, work more than one job with no benefits. With all this said, collectible cars are going to stay up with inflation, while money in the bank will be left behind.
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911's (64-98) are becoming collectible. Right now objects/items are better to have than money sitting in bank or stock market. Just wait till inflation hits the market, these cars will jump up even more. The fact that people are buy into "The economy is in great shape" is pathetic. The fact the fed dumps 80B into the market each month to keep the market going and people don't think there will be any backlash. Plus no-one has a real job anymore with any benefits. America's work-force is in the *****ter with 47% of the people that have jobs, work more than one job with no benefits. With all this said, collectible cars are going to stay up with inflation, while money in the bank will be left behind.
Amen.......but count your blessings. Things are are better in the US than here in Europe. we are now the modern slaves for the immigrants from the eastern world. But who am I to complain, I have a wonderful family and a 911 in the garage.

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