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    Curious? What Porsches (or other marques) are hot right now?

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    It was really fun while the boil was on with the longhoods a while back. I know that interest is still strong but I was wondering if there are any other years/models that are boiling right now? I'm so up to my ears in my little world of air cooled lighting that I'm completely out of it. And not just Porsches, there must other marques hot right now.

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    Seems like non 6 teeners are bringing good $ as well as nice 944’s being on an upswing. Also, 240Z’s (my first sports car while in high school) are kinda crazy.
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    Vintage trucks/SUVs are pretty nuts. 70s Broncos and Blazers going for big money. Even 80s Toyota trucks and 4runners going way up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott72 View Post
    Vintage trucks/SUVs are pretty nuts. 70s Broncos and Blazers going for big money. Even 80s Toyota trucks and 4runners going way up.
    I'm with that. One of my customers, Agaso Outdoors, specializes in early Broncos and their business is brisk indeed.

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    I think they're doing a couple of SWB cars for principals.
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    Nice 944s are going up. Sold my 1988 silver rose turbo S with 56k on it for 13k in 2015. Would have brought three or four times that on BAT today.
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    Original non-6 teeners are bringing strong money. The problem is finding a decent 2.0L that hasn't been screwed with over the years. Cayman's are also slowly increasing in value. I just purchased a low mileage base model with a manual and sport seats from a Porsche dealer in St. Louis. The small size reminds a lot of what the early 911's use to be.
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    I second any 70's vintage 4x4's are a premium. I'm also seeing quite a bit of interest in the 80's sports car scene, mostly due to the retro "feel" of the 80's coming back. 300Z's, 911's, BMW's, etc..

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    2018 and 2019 GT3 Tourings...used one's still commanding way over sticker

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