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Silverstreak said:
This morning, the South Florida paper had a classified ad for a new M5 - asking price - $145,000
Wow,

The vultures are already circling. grrrrrrr grrrrrrr

When the E39s first came out during the height of the .com mania, Bay Area dealers were asking $95k, roughly 35% 'market adjustment'.

Applying the same ratio, the E60 MSRP would be $107,000. :confused: :confused: and the economy is nowhere close to late 1999/2000.

This is nuts.

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It's only nuts if no one buys it- if the market takes it at that price, then that is good for resale value as a whole- for the time being.......



chunpng said:
Wow,

The vultures are already circling. grrrrrrr grrrrrrr

When the E39s first came out during the height of the .com mania, Bay Area dealers were asking $95k, roughly 35% 'market adjustment'.

Applying the same ratio, the E60 MSRP would be $107,000. :confused: :confused: and the economy is nowhere close to late 1999/2000.

This is nuts.

CP
 

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Silverstreak said:
This morning, the South Florida paper had a classified ad for a new M5 - asking price - $145,000
the real question is what is the ad for since there are no u.s. spec cars for what sound like at least another 4 months...
 

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with an wholesale price of $74000, that makes this $145000 an almost 100% profit, not bad for a Bangle designed car... LOL
 
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