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Offline mhh

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FFS early E-type 3.8 roadsters for 350 k US plus ,nice old driver but a high production number car.
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Lot of greed out there .

Good to know for those owning these things though. ;)



Offline robertb

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Good to know for those owning these things though. ;)
and the cars bringing the big money are the restored cars ,or the "1 owner last 50 years....30,000 miles but restored..HTF does that work"
IMO 200k stops any E-type.



Offline mhh

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and the cars bringing the big money are the restored cars ,or the "1 owner last 50 years....30,000 miles but restored..HTF does that work"
IMO 200k stops any E-type.

Lots of money in the U.S. right now with the world's best economy all of a sudden.



Offline robertb

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Lots of money in the U.S. right now with the world's best economy all of a sudden.
strong money has been made in quality US stocks over the last few years and people search for other investments,but the cars on the whole are to hot now.



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Lots of money in the U.S. right now with the world's best economy all of a sudden.
Not just US. When the Swiss have interst rates at -.75% people need to put money into anything that *may* provide a return.



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Not just US. When the Swiss have interst rates at -.75% people need to put money into anything that *may* provide a return.
what about Lo Doc prestige car loans over 50k to 150k....Westpac are doing them at 4.75%.



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what about Lo Doc prestige car loans over 50k to 150k....Westpac are doing them at 4.75%.

Are the banks lending at 100%+ LVR again?



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Are the banks lending at 100%+ LVR again?
I don't know was never my field , i laugh when brokers talk about No Doc Lo doc FFS I was doing them with private money in the early '90s and making a killing.






Offline TomE


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what about Lo Doc prestige car loans over 50k to 150k....Westpac are doing them at 4.75%.

Correct. Walk in with an invoice for a car up to 3 years from a MVD. Term it to 7 years of age. Borrowing company needs to have abn and registered for 2 years and it will be auto approved subject to a credit check. If you are a non Westpac client they ask for a council rates notice proving director owns property. Docs within 24 hours ,fund immediately.

Also applied to earthmoving equipment and other primary goods.

Disclaimer, I don't work for Westpac  :D
"There's too many self-Indulgent wieners in this city with too much bloody money! Now, if I was driving a 1967 275 GTB four-cam... "



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