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Will Evo X FQ-400 prices go the way the IX FQ MR-360 prices are going?

Is it worth buying one as a future investment?

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I think the value of them will stay steady over the next few years but imagine in 10 years time and there's not many Evo's left and people are asking 50k for a silver 6 Gsr (pink tommies will only be owned by rich Arabs) then definitely the X will rise in value. :D
 

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My best guess is yes

They are already holding far better values than the average Evo X

General Evo market is rising steadily

80-90's Cars are on the rise currently
 

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Most things are going up as there's a lot of cash looking for an investment 'vehicle' due to the low interest rates. As soon as the rates rise you'll see a proportionate drop in the value of most 'collectibles' although the odd thing will continue to rise. As has been said the crystal ball is when to know the peak is there and the time to sell. If we all knew that we'd all be millionaires, but then a packet of crisps would be £20!
 

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Most things are going up as there's a lot of cash looking for an investment 'vehicle' due to the low interest rates. As soon as the rates rise you'll see a proportionate drop in the value of most 'collectibles' although the odd thing will continue to rise. As has been said the crystal ball is when to know the peak is there and the time to sell. If we all knew that we'd all be millionaires, but then a packet of crisps would be £20!
Ha Ha . . . . off to buy a packet of crisps:mhihi:
 
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