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      07-14-2012, 03:00 PM   #179
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Originally Posted by fuddman View Post
My guess is the car is on a trajectory to be a valuable item in 30 years. Keeping it at a low mileage would be the biggest challenge
I agree the E9x M3's will be valuable. I have no idea why people don't believe this to be true. At the very LEAST the F8x M3 is going to be a symbol of when a great brand changed direction/philosophy. Whether you like the new direction/philosophy or not is absolutely irrelevent. There are going to be factions that just prefer the car that symbolizes/epitomizes an ideal that they hold near and dear. And let us not forget this almost directly coincides with the death of the manual transmission as well. 2 completely separate events that will be seen in the future with some congruence IMHO.
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