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    Another GTS R on Bring A Trailer

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    Oh boy, another wrapper GTSR. Will anyone ever drive these things, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_in_fl View Post
    Oh boy, another wrapper GTSR. Will anyone ever drive these things, please?
    This one was driven!

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    Nice Pappy!!!
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    Crashed is technically driven, right? Haha
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    add Rep to Pappy.......
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    Unfortunately, crashed 2 weeks after he got it

    Quote Originally Posted by Pappy View Post
    This one was driven!

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    Seven days to go and at 251K. This one will be sitting firmly in second place all time.

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    No doubt on a future episode of Graveyard Carz in 20 years

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    Looks like this one is headed to $300K…..

    Not surprised.
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    Five hours to go and sitting at 280K. Bets on going over 300K?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViperJon View Post
    Five hours to go and sitting at 280K. Bets on going over 300K?
    Almost a sure bet!
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    Good number. Not great, but good.

    This example (with 130 miles on it) indicates about a $240k-$250kish number for a car with reasonable miles (i.e. 2k-4k miles by now, or about 500-1,000 per year since 2017), which is inline with what we've discussed previously.

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    $300K with Buyer’s premium. Still cheap. This car is amazing!!!!

    No way I would sell my 2K mile GTSR for $240K! Never!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ACRSNK View Post
    $300K with Buyer’s premium. Still cheap. This car is amazing!!!!

    No way I would sell my 2K mile GTSR for $240K! Never!
    I would not call it cheap. You are looking at it from the sellers point of view. You have one and you want it to go big

    That said, questions is, would you pay 300k for one if you didn’t have one ? Before you jump and say of course, consider what other cars that are a few years old that you could own for 300 or even less.

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    Crazy that VIN #1 had a $100k+ premium just a few short months ago

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    Honestly I might consider a 720S, but being a die hard American Muscle car guy I would probably sell it and stick with the Viper. Every car I own right now is American Muscle. Had a manual 08 911 TT and it was fun, but nowhere near as fun as the Gen V.
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    I'm with CommandoMatt on this one. We are all obviously very biased, but for non-Viperholics, the options in the $300k are incredibly tempting -- GT2RS, 720S, Aventador, basically anything you want, and they are all amazing cars in their own right. They may lack some of the "character" of an ACR-E, and certainly are less rare, but the build quality, materials, performance, and prestige are generally as good as it gets. As a result, we've likely hit a ceiling for now with just about any ACR-E likely to get $210k-$220k, good cars worth a solid $240k-$250k, and exceptional cars pushing the $300k level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_in_fl View Post
    I'm with CommandoMatt on this one. We are all obviously very biased, but for non-Viperholics, the options in the $300k are incredibly tempting -- GT2RS, 720S, Aventador, basically anything you want, and they are all amazing cars in their own right. They may lack some of the "character" of an ACR-E, and certainly are less rare, but the build quality, materials, performance, and prestige are generally as good as it gets. As a result, we've likely hit a ceiling for now with just about any ACR-E likely to get $210k-$220k, good cars worth a solid $240k-$250k, and exceptional cars pushing the $300k level.
    Cars like this with mileage like this are collectors items- not toys. It might as well be a baseball card or piece of art work. Build quality and such aren’t as important.

    Anyway, the other big thing is that they’re very unique. The other cars you mentioned are “just another exotic” to me. Plus, every few years, they make a better gt2, mclatent, aventador, etc.

    If I was going to get to drive it, I’d almost certainly prefer the cars you mentioned, but this is different. I see this closer to a buying an all original (insert sought after 30-50 year old car here) than a 720s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zee View Post
    Crazy that VIN #1 had a $100k+ premium just a few short months ago
    And more importantly two or three guys who REALLY wanted it. Thats what it takes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_in_fl View Post
    I'm with CommandoMatt on this one. We are all obviously very biased, but for non-Viperholics, the options in the $300k are incredibly tempting -- GT2RS, 720S, Aventador, basically anything you want, and they are all amazing cars in their own right. They may lack some of the "character" of an ACR-E, and certainly are less rare, but the build quality, materials, performance, and prestige are generally as good as it gets. As a result, we've likely hit a ceiling for now with just about any ACR-E likely to get $210k-$220k, good cars worth a solid $240k-$250k, and exceptional cars pushing the $300k level.
    Agreed. Nobody loves Viper's more than me, but there's never been one time I decided to jump in my stock 2016 ACR over my 720s that I bought for $240K. It's just the better car, better daily, more fun, faster, easier to drive, monster stereo, 360 cams etc. I work from home so rarely leave the house, only to take my wife for beers and dinner 4-5 times a week and I always look forward to jumping in the 720, it's just as exciting as the day I bought it two years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arizona Vipers View Post
    Agreed. Nobody loves Viper's more than me, but there's never been one time I decided to jump in my stock 2016 ACR over my 720s that I bought for $240K. It's just the better car, better daily, more fun, faster, easier to drive, monster stereo, 360 cams etc. I work from home so rarely leave the house, only to take my wife for beers and dinner 4-5 times a week and I always look forward to jumping in the 720, it's just as exciting as the day I bought it two years ago.
    Very true - I choose to take the Perf out over the ACR 99% of the time. I have often debated even selling my ACR given the current market conditions but those few times I drive it reminds me of how special and fun this car is. I don't think I could ever part with it. To me its like a trophy - even if it sits it looks so damn amazing in the garage.
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    I will likely add a 720S to the stable in the next few months, but the GTSR will be a permanent resident regardless of value. I don’t think you can compare the “special” factor to any other car. I get a similar feeling when driving my 2000 Cobra R. Not the latest, or greatest, fastest, or worth the most, but definitely feels special when driving it and lots of fun behind the wheel. Another car that will be a permanent resident. I’m sure if/when I get a 720S I will have my fun with it and then move on to something else.
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