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RE: RG: "It feels so good to see cars that I owned in the 60's selling for more than $100,000 now."

You have to remember that after just adjusting for inflation any car is worth 12-15 times what it sold for in the 60's. Add what it would have cost to store, insure and maintain it for 40 years, and not many vehicles were really great "investments".

SB (would still like to have many of his old cars again ....

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