Anyone fancy an Intergrale Evo 11

StuartW

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Crazy prices! I think a lot of this is down to the fact that there are so few good ones left. When I had mine, there were plenty about but many of these had rust which probably signalled the end to most of them sadly.
I sold mine for around £12k at the time which was only 13 years ago, and I was quite happy with that price
 

zagatoes30

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That is a beauty....what a price..
Price is bonkers my Q4 is all the engineering (and more) of this and about a 10th of the price at best.

Rule of thumb, if I buy a car it is guaranteed to be worthless - the moment I sell it will rocket in value
 

StuartW

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Rule of thumb, if I buy a car it is guaranteed to be worthless - the moment I sell it will rocket in value
The same goes for me, and with houses sadly. We sold our 3 bed Victorian terrace in Wimbledon SW19 for £375k in 2002, when I last looked at Rightmove I was reduced to tears ....
 
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Look on the bright side, you'd have had 15 more years living in London if you'd stayed, by now you'd be angry and barking mad and very rich