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FD tops Hagerty's Collector Cars this Fall

Hagerty just posted its 25 hottest collector cars for this fall and the FD is the 1# car.

https://www.hagerty.com/articles-vid...10_HagertyNews
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actually it is #3
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Cool. So just a few more years until 30k will be common for a clean modded chassis? Where would that put low mileage stock ones? is a 70k all original low mileage fd not far from being a thing?
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actually it is #3
I said it was the top CAR. There was a Bronco and a pickup ahead of it, but the FD was the top CAR. It wasn't the top VEHICLE.
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museum pieces are rising. Regular FDs that we all own are not
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Matty... Lists like this are about preferences for certain cars. This is not in itself in reference to "values" of our cars. I guess what it's saying is that if you look at examples of every car and examples that are still "new", the FD is preferred among all cars by collectors. It just says what a great car we own. Not how much ours are worth as examples.
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One of my hopes with all this hype and attention is that the shops and vendors that support these cars and this community are getting more business. I would be curious to hear feedback from some of the active businesses/vendors on this forum as to whether they feel they've been busier in the past year vs the past five.

You know, rising tide and all that..
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It is a catch 22. Do unmodified FDs even exist? (joking of course)
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