I've just been looking up the GTV on 'How Many Left ?' and the last 2 yrs have been pretty grim for the GTV .For the ones that are left it is very near 50/50 between 'on road' and 'SORN' during winter,picking up a bit during the summer.You are probably right there - the main issue that will stop the GTV achieving bone fide classic status for the time being, is the number of them still on the road. There are quite a lot still driving around.
I think youre right. Strange thing the classic car market. I've had porsche's for over 20 years. Started with a 944 lux which was neglected to say the least, taken as a trade in i managed to get it for £2200 sold as seen. Spent the next 18 months making it presentable and fixing stupid things like the sunroof cog which is a £5 piece but took all weekend to do. Many many other bits and entered it in a local porsche club concours and won much to my amazement. I sold it later that summer for £3750, thought i'd won the lottery. :rotate:Is 'what somebody is prepared to pay' synominous with 'worth'? As long as someone, or for that matter, many, are prepared to pay those sums then that is good news for those of us with 'ordinary' V6s or TwinSparks. It will pull prices of those up too.