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    The Miami powered FPV Ute's will come good, ...all of them including FG2. They just need much more time. I even think the old 'Super Pursuit' Utes will also become sort after in time, more- so in B series form. They are all still dropping in value now however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WASP View Post
    The Miami powered FPV Ute's will come good, ...all of them including FG2. They just need much more time. I even think the old 'Super Pursuit' Utes will also become sort after in time, more- so in B series form. They are all still dropping in value now however.
    They are not old enough yet and their "group" is still available new(ish).

    Falcons are made up of a few groups. XR-XY, XA-XC, XD-XF, E, AU-FGx.
    It was not that long ago that a XE ESP was considered a boganmobile rather than collectible and the E series specials; GT, Sprint, XR8, XR6 and Ghia are really only just moving into collectible focus.

    AU-B-FG are still too new and with a few exceptions which have a tiny cult following e.g. T3 are considered by most to just be "old falcons".

    This will change as they get rarer, most due to inexperienced unskilled bogans destroying them either by crashing or making them "foolly sik" until they fall to pieces.
    At least the FPVs have build numbers and extensive original documentation so there will not be another "Of the 300 originally built only 600 pristine factory original one owner low kilometre examples survive".
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    Quote Originally Posted by flappist View Post

    AU-B-FG are still too new and with a few exceptions which have a tiny cult following e.g. T3 are considered by most to just be "old falcons".

    This will change as they get rarer, most due to inexperienced unskilled bogans destroying them either by crashing or making them "foolly sik" until they fall to pieces.
    My observations lately are that B series and F series XR's are being written off and wrecked left right and centre. So their demise has accelerated somewhat over the usual 20 year age/depreciation cycle previous Falcon models went through. XF's however will stay worthless IMO.

    These muppets are even writing off and wrecking EL XR8's still and the like because they can't afford to fix the broken gearbox or whatever.

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    Turn it up Flappist lol......
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    I wont sell my BA XR6 for less than $20K even if i was to sell it and it may owe me nearly 100k but it is a timeless design in my eye's and everything is Brand Spanking New !

    How much ya want for the ute Brent ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazzlr View Post
    I wont sell my BA XR6 for less than $20K even if i was to sell it and it may owe me nearly 100k but it is a timeless design in my eye's and everything is Brand Spanking New !

    How much ya want for the ute Brent ??
    Too much apparently...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dash gt View Post
    Too much apparently...
    so more than a grand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TS50 View Post
    so more than a grand?
    Yes!!! Be nice now!
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    GOOD condition well maintained performance utes and Turbo cars in particular seem to be thin on the ground.

    Most of the utes have been used, well, as utes, and turbo cars molested and poorly treated.

    The GOOD well kept examples will hold their value better down the track.
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