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Old 20-02-2020, 19:17   #1
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Evos and electric car rule prices

Was wondering how this electric car rule the government is bringing forward is going to affect the value of classic cars and some evos red tme for example are these cars going to continue to go up or going to dive , Iím interested because I have a red tme which Iíve owned for 15 years and have been told to hang on to it as it will continue to rise but I have been tempted by a Nissan GT-R but Iím stuck as donít want to loose out on a lot of money or have these cars peaked due to the electric car coming into play ,any thoughts
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Old 20-02-2020, 20:03   #2
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When is enough going to be enough ?
If there selling for 30k will you hold out for 40 and at 40 will you hold out for 50 and then they take a **** and you get nothing .
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Old 21-02-2020, 06:45   #3
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i think we will ALL be a long time dead if and when petrol and diesel will be an issue ,it will NEVER be an issue you our ,our kids and there kids life time im sure

YES electric are all the rage now, give it 10 years that idea will by in the bin as they cant introduce the infastucture to support it ,in EVERY way motoring is supported now

dont get me wrong electric or alternative fuel cars are the future thats a given and i welcome it ,but petrol an diesel are here for a VERY long time yet ,

what ever you want ,own it ,drive it ,love it
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Old 21-02-2020, 12:22   #4
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If they did push it through in 15 years it's still only a ban on sales of new petrol cars.
You'll just end up with a massive second hand market and/or imports until the fundamental flaws in electric cars are sorted out.

When they are sorted out though it'll be awesome, electric cars are very quick.
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If your only concern regarding cars is how much you can sell them on for....what do you care how they are powered?
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Cars are to be driven and not to be seen as an investment ,well that's my view anyway.
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