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    Emerging Classics

    A term I keep reading……..an interesting twist on they are unreliable blah blah blah
    i love my Pumas and now they are appreciating even faster…….buy or sell hmmm
    cheers Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by bemm52 View Post
    A term I keep reading……..an interesting twist on they are unreliable blah blah blah
    i love my Pumas and now they are appreciating even faster…….buy or sell hmmm
    cheers Paul
    Hang on if you can... Anything can achieve "classic" status if you are prepared to believe the bull****. But I have to ask: did you buy your car to enjoy it, or to make some $$$? If the latter, then why are you here??
    And, yes I have seen the cars in your sig. Same question.
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    They all get driven and enjoyed I’m not about to sell any I’ve invested to much time in them.
    It was just an observation of a term I had not really heard much before coupled with an insurance renewal that was due.
    Will stick to mechanical type posts in the future perhaps

    Cheers Paul

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    Emerging Classics

    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    Hang on if you can... Anything can achieve "classic" status if you are prepared to believe the bull****. But I have to ask: did you buy your car to enjoy it, or to make some $$$? If the latter, then why are you here??
    And, yes I have seen the cars in your sig. Same question.
    Isn’t a classic 25 years or older, or does it come down to the style of the vehicle?
    If it’s an age thing, maybe got a few years to wait
    Google comes up with a lot of interpretations
    Emerging ClassicsEmerging Classics
    1985 110 Dual Cab 4.6 R380 ARB Lockers (currently NIS due to roof kissing road)
    1985 110 Station Wagon 3.5 LT85 (unmolested blank canvas)

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