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  1. tibby

    tibby New Member

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    Hi
    I just purchased a 1965 mustang gt 350 tribute, 4 speed, 289 a class. I have a chance to turn an immediate profit on it or I can hang onto it. I am in a position where I can afford to hang onto it for a long time. What are your opinions on the percentage increase in value over the years? Will mustang's anniversary draw attention to it and cause an increase?
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  2. Iamdiffrnt

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    If you bought the car as an investment opportunity, i'd say flip it and get the money now. If you bought the car to drive and enjoy, i wouldn't worry about whether or not there would be any profit at all.
     
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    ^^this^^
     
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    From what you said, you have no attachment to the car so let it go to somebody that will enjoy it instead of looking at it as a way to make money.
     
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