I'm sure you are correct in most things. This is a collectors 911. I'm buying it for $6k under current street value. so I could gain $6k virtually overnight. It is truely pristine and will stay that way. It will not be a daily driver which will save on gas, insurance, wear and tear. I have a Porsche/Audi/Mercedes Mechanic as a neighbor and will save on that as well. I won't have the car but maybe a year, if that...or I may just keep it for more monetary gains, we'll see.
My overall plan is to start with the initial $1700 I paid for a vehicle just 3 yrs ago and turn it into a ferrari with little investment in each vehicle I get including tune-ups, tires, buff job, etc...I wished I had started doing this when I was a lad, I've went from $1700 to a rough estimate of $9k in just over 3 years with very little up front investment in each vehicle. This, by far, will be the biggest upfront investment, but also the biggest monetary gain.
I was hoping the X was going to bring in more gain than it seems to be having, these are RARE and harder to find all original in great to excellent condition.
Eric Sanqunetti, Indianapolis