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    Supra Investment

    Whats the thoughts on Supra values continuing to rise in the years ahead (all models)? or are we now at the top of the investment ladder.

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    Cristal ball time. Will appreciate a touch more I think but not massively

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    I think they've had their big jump now, but will still continue to rise for a while. Next up will be 90's Evo's and R34 GTR for when they turn 25 and American inflate the market again.... hence why I bought an Evo 6 2 months ago
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    They'll all be minimum of 50k by November 11th...around 2:30PM.
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    They aren't likely to be a good investment, if you're expecting some sort of financial gain. Your insurance, running costs, maintenance etc will likely cost in excess of any gains via appreciation. On the plus side you can't drive bitcoins, and at least you're likely to have something left by the end of it. Unless you crash your Supra, in which case the crypto-currency analogy is spot on

    However, as a bit of fun and a hobby, it will be far easier on the pocket than many other cars.

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    *my caveat being we are likely on the verge of another global recession, which may have a significant impact on the prices of relatively affordable tangible commodities.

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