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This car is a keeper.
I highly recommend someone pick this up.


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^your preaching to the choir. For super cars in this time frame the CGT is the only one who still holds it value compare to the SLR and Ford GT
 

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I don't see these getting much higher in price. I know a local guy that picked one up about 9 months ago--at that point and even now, there's money to be made. The market cap will sink in soon.
 

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Market cap on a CGT?

Supply and demand - the Ferrari market will pull the CGT right along.

Why people compare the Ford a very basic car with the CGT is beyond me -

I like the Ford but it's no CGT and was never meant to be.
 

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Love the Porsche CGT. Always have. Like most rare things I would imagine they will continue to go up, but that is secondary to just having the ability to enjoy the car. I would imagine that time will be a little more friendly to the perception of this car. This car isn't about the electronics or the brand new single clutch gearbox. It is about the quality of the drive. Like the F40 it just is. It doesn't seem like time will create cars that are much better, just different. One of these days.
 

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A recent long over due acquisition - extremely well engineered elegant machine that has not aged in 10 years.

The Ford GT is also very well done and as it has doubled the CGT is on it's way.

To answer your question - proud owner :)
 

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