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Hi everyone I’m new to the group
So I hope this question is in the right category.
I have a 2006 GTO 6.0 65k miles excellent condition.
I’ve been thinking about selling it it.was my ex-husband’s .
He is back in Australia
and I have the car. I have more fun in that car than I ever did in my marriage!
Because it’s one of the last Pontiacs made, it should increase in value.

So is it an investment?

Any advice would be most helpful
 

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Hi everyone I’m new to the group
So I hope this question is in the right category.
I have a 2006 GTO 6.0 65k miles excellent condition.
I’ve been thinking about selling it it.was my ex-husband’s .
He is back in Australia
and I have the car. I have more fun in that car than I ever did in my marriage!
Because it’s one of the last Pontiacs made, it should increase in value.

So is it an investment?

Any advice would be most helpful

Your best investment, and my advice, would be to marry me. :yesnod: I have the other half, an old school 1968 Lemans. We would have so much fun in the back seat of those cars that it would make the marriage. :wink2: Then we could drop by your ex in Australia and rub it in his nose - and visit a friend of mine who is native to Australia. :thumbsup:
 

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I would expect to have seen an answer by now but methinks Mrs. Ballsto the wall's story lacks veracity........

Yes, it seems so, and offers that include a body like mine sculpted by the gods themselves only come around once in a lifetime. :thumbsup:

Well, too late. You snooze, you lose. My offer was for a limited time only, and not as seen on TV either. :yesnod:
 
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