A lot. I bet I can 10 times as many 69 fastbacks for sale as I can find lamborghinis for sale. I can easily find you lots of them for sale. Besides, you said limited production.
I over generalized a lot in my original post, I wasn't expecting to start an argument haha.
When I said limited production I was referring to cars most people take loans out on, so close to new cars. 95% of people take out loans on cars less than 10 years old, and for these cars the only way they will not depreciate as much is if they are some kind of special production model.
And yes, there are more fastbacks for sale, but the demand for them is also higher than the actual demand for Lamborghinis. You can say that the demand for Lambo's is very high because everybody wants one, but how many people can actually go through with buying one, and of those people with the financial security to be able to afford a lambo, how many of them actually want a used one? Because of that and other factors the demand for lambos is much lower than the demand for Fastbacks.
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Depends hold bold you're willing to be in the market.
I can guarantee you I can sell my car in 2-3 years and come out dead even, if not ahead due to the color premium.
I disagree. Whats special about your car compared to newer lamborghinis? (I ask this question because I don't know, yours might be a special production that was only built that year, or have some special feature that makes it a rare car) Why would someone want to buy your's compared to a one or two year newer one?
Used Lamborghini Gallardo For Sale - CarGurus
average price for lambos
2011 - $147k
2008 - $112k
2005 - $94k
The older they get the cheaper they became because the supply is higher than the demand, and they were/still are produced every year since what? 2002?
Disclaimer: I used a very small sample population for this example because I don't have time to go through all the for sale ads haha.