this car was listed once before and never hit the 28,000 dollar mark, listed a week later and sells for that much, something doesnt seem right to me, out of no where panteras are all of a sudden worth huge dollars? that car was a 28k car all day long, but i guess a car is worth what someone is willing to pay for it, and over pay is what they did
Doug you hit that nail right on it's head. People gotta learn to roll with the changes. The Pantera has been discovered after all these years. We just got to hope that rich people will stay out of it, cause they will freeze all us lesser humans out. The Pantera was the Ford GT of the 70s. Retro is cool now and it is causing prices to move. Dave is moving cars so fast he can't get the pictures posted before it is sold.
The price rises are good news not bad. The Pantera has always lacked a genuine identity. Perhaps it is developing a positive one? I feel that prices can only rise. They have been at the bottom for too long. Time will tell. The road is long and rarely smooth as silk.
Doug I think the price rise is a two edged sword. Now you feel like you have to keep the car up better than ever, which means you spend more bucks, but now the car is worth it so you buy real expensive stuff for it, until finnaly you sell it to keep from going broke, and then you find you can't buy another one cause you don't have enough money and you wind up driving a miata.
most people who know panteras wont pay the money as they know what it is worth, thats why most of the high price cars do not sell for any amount near of what the asking price was, that blue low mile car on ebay a few weeks ago barley got past 27k so now a few weeks later its worth 45-50k i dont think so, i think this price surge will die off in a month or two, im not bashing anyone thats just my opinion as we are all entitled too one,
I agree that the pantera marque is getting more play and commanding a higher resale amount. I also believe that if you are fortunate to own a rare p-car GT-5, GT5s, group 4, low mileage or just an exceptional p-car, those vehicles will have even more of an appeal to pantera owners and non pantera owners.These p-cars will probably command the high end of the selling curve 75k, 85k, 100k ??? Time will tell if any of us are right on what we expect the market to do.
I think if a car needs a little tlc you end up with people who are wrench turner looking at the car. If a Pantera needs nothing and is in top notch shape, you open up the market to a whole group of people who are willing to spend $$ but couldn't even change a spark plug.
Absolutly Gary. There are guys out there right now actualy making money buying Cobra kit cars, building them, and selling them to rich people complete. It is a cottage industry. Now these guys are not making tons of money, but they make enough that by the time they build the third one, it is free for them to keep themsleves. I am not making this up either.
The problem I see is that you guys have a big population than most places around the world, and that drive on the wrong side of the road. If in my case your car is right hand drive there weren't many built, so over here it is not uncommon for a P car reach on average about $90k to 140k. Your price $63k to $99k US. Nothing less than that.... Dennis
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