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Old 01-27-2019, 02:25 AM   #13
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1999 SC2
Default Re: Will Saturns be classic cars?

Originally Posted by unit731 View Post
They may not become classics but certainly collectible. Just do a utube search of any orphan brand and there certainly is a following.

I once attended an annual Rambler Meet. All were ordinary Ramblers but those folks were certainly enthusiastic.
Ramblers have become popular since they are one of the last affordable ways of getting into a 60s-70s era car without spending a fortune. Unfortunately they had/have the reputation of being an "old persons" car so they don't have the demand that the Big 3 have, so they won't demand the prices either.
Here is the best example; The most desirable Rambler is the SC/Rambler (Scrambler) only 1500 made (and defiantly not an old persons car) you can pick one up for a fraction of what you would pay for a limited edition performance model from one of the Big Three which would be in the 6 figure range.

1999 Saturn SC2 (automatic) 23,000 orig miles (9/10/16)
1996 BMW E36
1971 Holden Monaro GTS 350
1908 Buick Model 10

Its official Saturn Night has removed all doubt.


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