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Andy_Bangle

RM Sotheby's, London - Results

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More classic car porn! http://rmsothebys.com/lf16/london/results/

Feel free to post up your favs but to get the ball rolling ...

Lot 114: 1986 Audi Sport quattro

Chassis no. WAUZZZ85ZEA905076
Sold for £403,200

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Lots of Porsches went through on Wednesday.

http://rmsothebys.com/lf16/london/lots/2005-porsche-carrera-gt/1082129

http://rmsothebys.com/lf16/london/lots/1995-porsche-911-gt2/1082305  - £1.8m+ for an 95 GT2.

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When this current game of musical chairs stops, more than a few people are going to get their fingers burnt!  Will make the recent property recession look pathetic by comparison!

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Reminds me of this which I posted a while back:

 

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Will it end though? Now cars are viewed like works of art. They just get older, rarer and more expensive. Add in the tax benefits of investing in a "depreciating asset" and it's win win.

Does seem like a feck of a lot of money for an Audi though!

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Yes.  400k for a Quattro Sport which were sub 40k within the last ten years.  1.8m for a 1995 911 that was sub 100k within the last ten years.

Quotation from pjbrs on Audi SRS on the Quattro Sport:

"I almost bought one 20 years ago, but got put off by a Wright[sic] up in car magazine, saying they would be incredibly expensive to maintain.  icon_redface.gif

There was a white one for sale at a dealers in Fernhurst about 10 years ago, I used to drive past it going to work sometimes it was up for £26k stood next to a white ford rs200 for similar money.
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Would rather have a Ruf CTR2 (993 based) and £1.5m+ change!

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