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I don’t know about anyone else, but these prices are getting out of control. Evos with 5k+ mileage asking for 350k plus?? Performantes in the high 300 low 400 range? 610s approaching 300? At some point this has to relax a little. I’m just some old guy venting that when he finally has enough to purchase the cars that the asking price keeps getting higher and higher.
 

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I agree prices are high. I see many Perfs asking in the 330s still. Doesn't seem like that has changed in the last 6 months. I see Evos asking in the 320s, plenty of them. Where are you looking? Prices haven't moved much in the last 6 months, don't see them trending up personally.
 

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Once the supply chain issues get back to normal we will see prices come down. That is still another 1-2 years out?

There is just not enough supply and a ton of demand.
 

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I don’t know about anyone else, but these prices are getting out of control. Evos with 5k+ mileage asking for 350k plus?? Performantes in the high 300 low 400 range? 610s approaching 300? At some point this has to relax a little. I’m just some old guy venting that when he finally has enough to purchase the cars that the asking price keeps getting higher and higher.
Look at 992 GT3's, $200k MSRP and selling over ~100k ADM, look at the Ferrari F8's, they're fetching $100k ADM. Huracan's with $50-75k ADM sounds reasonable!

Its an asset bubble, not just a Huracan bubble.
 

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Once the supply chain issues get back to normal we will see prices come down. That is still another 1-2 years out?

There is just not enough supply and a ton of demand.
The Huracan production will be done in Summer 2024, then the next gen will come out and its rumored to be a V6 or V8TT+Hybrid, this should give us Huracan owners some price protection as its the last of the N/A's and you know Lamborghini will up the MSRP due to the massive investment in this platform. I could care less if my car goes from being valued above MSRP to depreciating to historical standards of a supercar but I think many of us that have the car we want, got it at MSRP are very happy to be long term HODL'ers
 

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Sports cars have appreciated to some extent but I keep my expectations modest. If I can pull out MSRP upon resale, I'm good. Hell, this is the first couple of years were the car hobby has not taken money out of my pocket upon resale.
 

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Sports cars have appreciated to some extent but I keep my expectations modest. If I can pull out MSRP upon resale, I'm good. Hell, this is the first couple of years were the car hobby has not taken money out of my pocket upon resale.
I haven't lost money on a Porsche or any sports car in about ten years but I tend to buy great quality used cars that are below market value, such as my 997 GT3, 1992 911 (964), GT4, Macan GTS, C8 etc. I've unloaded all of my cars this year to buy a new Huracan, Tesla Model Y P, and 2022 Raptor 37. I feel in todays market, if you can get a highly desirable vehicle and spec at MSRP, I'd rather be unloading my used cars at a premium to help insulate myself when the market does dip.
 

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I haven't lost money on a Porsche or any sports car in about ten years but I tend to buy great quality used cars that are below market value, such as my 997 GT3, 1992 911 (964), GT4, Macan GTS, C8 etc. I've unloaded all of my cars this year to buy a new Huracan, Tesla Model Y P, and 2022 Raptor 37. I feel in todays market, if you can get a highly desirable vehicle and spec at MSRP, I'd rather be unloading my used cars at a premium to help insulate myself when the market does dip.
That's excellent but my interest in sports cars is only about 4+ years duration and I only spend money on this stuff I can set on fire. As I have said before, I sowed and now I reap......... :giggle:
 

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I don’t know about anyone else, but these prices are getting out of control. Evos with 5k+ mileage asking for 350k plus?? Performantes in the high 300 low 400 range? 610s approaching 300? At some point this has to relax a little. I’m just some old guy venting that when he finally has enough to purchase the cars that the asking price keeps getting higher and higher.
I'm right there with ya...
 

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I agree that they’re out of control. I was able to get a 992 TTS and a GT3 Touring at MSRP. I’m taking advantage of the market and selling the TTS for the Tecnica. Mathematically speaking it’s like getting into the Huracan at a discount (I know it’s flawed logic, but it seems like a discount).
 

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I agree that they’re out of control. I was able to get a 992 TTS and a GT3 Touring at MSRP. I’m taking advantage of the market and selling the TTS for the Tecnica. Mathematically speaking it’s like getting into the Huracan at a discount (I know it’s flawed logic, but it seems like a discount).
As long as you can get an allocation, it's a smart trade.
 

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I agree that they’re out of control. I was able to get a 992 TTS and a GT3 Touring at MSRP. I’m taking advantage of the market and selling the TTS for the Tecnica. Mathematically speaking it’s like getting into the Huracan at a discount (I know it’s flawed logic, but it seems like a discount).
I'd sell the rip on the 992 TTS now, then enjoy the GT3T until the Tecnica arrives. What's the MSRP on your Tecnica by chance?
 

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I am going the other direction, but the results are similar. I have an STO arriving and will sell that and should cover the balance of a GT3 and a Tecnica. Having tracked the GT3 for the last 10 years and having some extended sessions with the STO recently, I have come to the realization that the GT3 is the sharper weapon. I have the 991.2 Touring, and the 992 arriving will be PDK for track use.
 

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I am going the other direction, but the results are similar. I have an STO arriving and will sell that and should cover the balance of a GT3 and a Tecnica. Having tracked the GT3 for the last 10 years and having some extended sessions with the STO recently, I have come to the realize that the GT3 is sharper weapon. I have the 991.2 Touring, and the 992 arriving will be PDK for track use.
Agree, the GT3 is a track monster. I loved my 997 GT3 and GT4 while on track. The GT4RS.... OMG so much want
 

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I haven't lost money on a Porsche or any sports car in about ten years but I tend to buy great quality used cars that are below market value, such as my 997 GT3, 1992 911 (964), GT4, Macan GTS, C8 etc. I've unloaded all of my cars this year to buy a new Huracan, Tesla Model Y P, and 2022 Raptor 37. I feel in todays market, if you can get a highly desirable vehicle and spec at MSRP, I'd rather be unloading my used cars at a premium to help insulate myself when the market does dip.
Daily drove my 991 GT3 for 2 years lost $4K and that was 6 years ago. 580 is worth $40K more than I paid for it over 3 years ago.

Shrewd owners buy low and sell high. "Just Say No" to ADM's.
 

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Daily drove my 991 GT3 for 2 years lost $4K and that was 6 years ago. 580 is worth $40K more than I paid for it over 3 years ago.

Shrewd owners buy low and sell high. "Just Say No" to ADM's.
Good work! I haven't lost money on a Porsche in 10 years... but at the moment I'm Porsche-less... but currently looking to buy my buddies 1992 C2 manual couple red on black 102k miles. The 964's are a gem and there are hardly any left that are in great shape that can be drivers.
 

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Had six Porsches over the years. Got my first in 1982. Four of those six are worth a small fortune today if I still had them. I'll never forget the exhilarating rush of my 79 930 Turbo. For some reason looking back even today it seems as fast as anything I've ever driven even though I know it's not.

73 - 914
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2019 - GT3RS
 

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Had six Porsches over the years. Got my first in 1982. Four of those six are worth a small fortune today if I still had them. I'll never forget the exhilarating rush of my 79 930 Turbo. For some reason looking back even today it seems as fast as anything I've ever driven even though I know it's not.

73 - 914
75 - 911S
79 - 911SC
79 - 930 Turbo
89 - 930 Turbo
2019 - GT3RS
So many good memories with my Porsches over the recent years while living in LA. The Boxster was the gateway drug to the GT cars… now onto Lamborghinis

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A few summers ago I took my GT4 on a cruise through the Malibu canyons then parked in a fairly low key lot in Santa Monica to watch the sunset. I park and a guy in a AMG GTR pulls up, gets out and says, it’s got a harness bar, you track it right?! I said yes I do…. Lewis?!
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