That, and the Dow is up over 30% since inauguration day. While I don't want to unleash another torrent of comments from folks who "don't care what their fgt is worth", it is fair to say that when people are thinking about buying an expensive car (or another and another and another expensive car), people do think about alternative places to put that cash!
Wow, I haven’t looked at the Cena thread for weeks because I don’t give a rats ass about him or his car. I have my dream car and plan on it being in my funeral procession. We will always have to deal with the “flavor of the month club” but that is not the typical GT owners. Many of the NGT are not the typical GT owners. Time will tell when things settle out, I didn’t buy the car for an investment, that’s what land is for. All of my cars get driven because I don’t care what they may be worth in the future it’s all about enjoying the time we have now.
As vice president of marketing at the largest Porsche dealer in the country, Shiraaz Sookralli personally handled some of Champion Porsche's most valued and deep-pocketed clients. Over the last year, he collected over $2.5 million in customer deposits for dozens of the company's ultra-exclusive 911 GT3 and GT3 RS models.
There's only one problem: The cars never existed, the money is missing, and Sookralli just vanished without a trace.
That's according to a lawsuit filed by the dealership against Sookralli in Florida's 17th Circuit Court last week...
I wish more people actually purchased high end Super cars for the intended purpose of enjoying them and driving fast. We see way to many people buying cars just to post pictures next to them while they hold the cars and just sell them later when values go up such as waste. Having such an advanced vehicle basically a race car on the street is a true privilege. If I am lucky enough to get a NFT I would drive it and enjoy the same way I do my 2006 FGT. Life is to short to speculate on future values, we must enjoy what we have especially when it looks so good!!