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s2ktaxi
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NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-23-2009 00:59
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This should be a boost to NSX values and maybe S2000 values...

I wonder what will happen to the likes of Civic Type R or Integra Type R?

s2kx2
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-25-2009 03:16
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Along with the theft rates ... Take extra steps to protect your S2000s and NSXs guys and gals. We are going to be at war with the thieving pricks for the next few years. Say hello to Mr. Mossberg!
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-25-2009 09:51
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s2kx2 wrote:
Along with the theft rates ... Take extra steps to protect your S2000s and NSXs guys and gals. We are going to be at war with the thieving pricks for the next few years. Say hello to Mr. Mossberg!



Unfortunately I know that for a fact first hand! Two months ago my 9 yo S2K was stolen :-(

And last year the seats were stolen!!

Theives should have there hands cut off!

JMU R1
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-25-2009 11:08
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Eh I don't think this will cause any boost above normal to NSX and S2000 prices. I think prices for certain NSX's will start to edge up naturally over time (like the Zanardi Edition or 3.2L hard tops) but I don't think there'll be a spike right now. As for the S2000, I think prices won't go up for awhile simply because a relatively large number was produced. The Integra Type-R on the other hand will continue to command strong prices from here on out.

IMHO YMMV

gofast182
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-25-2009 11:58
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JMU R1 wrote:
Eh I don't think this will cause any boost above normal to NSX and S2000 prices. I think prices for certain NSX's will start to edge up naturally over time (like the Zanardi Edition or 3.2L hard tops) but I don't think there'll be a spike right now. As for the S2000, I think prices won't go up for awhile simply because a relatively large number was produced. The Integra Type-R on the other hand will continue to command strong prices from here on out.

IMHO YMMV


I think that's pretty much right on. The NSX will appreciate in value no matter what. It was bound to happen anyway.
As for the S2K, it's harder to pin down. I belong to one of the largest regional S2000 clubs in the country and I am one of few, if not the only one, who has kept theirs completely stock. A lot of others have gone FI, made chassis mods, and/or installed body kits. While those things have their place, they do nothing but hurt the value of the car. It is getting harder than one might think to find a pristine example of an S2000 as it came from the factory because as they have been depreciating, a younger, ricier crowd has been buying them and in some cases, defiling them. So as a whole I think they will continue to depreciate for a little while and perhaps the untainted examples will begin to appreciate in the not too distant future.

(nothing against TASTEFUL mods, I like them on other people's cars, they're just not my thing)

Nick GravesX
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-25-2009 13:32
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gofast182 wrote:
JMU R1 wrote:
Eh I don't think this will cause any boost above normal to NSX and S2000 prices. I think prices for certain NSX's will start to edge up naturally over time (like the Zanardi Edition or 3.2L hard tops) but I don't think there'll be a spike right now. As for the S2000, I think prices won't go up for awhile simply because a relatively large number was produced. The Integra Type-R on the other hand will continue to command strong prices from here on out.

IMHO YMMV


I think that's pretty much right on. The NSX will appreciate in value no matter what. It was bound to happen anyway.
As for the S2K, it's harder to pin down. I belong to one of the largest regional S2000 clubs in the country and I am one of few, if not the only one, who has kept theirs completely stock. A lot of others have gone FI, made chassis mods, and/or installed body kits. While those things have their place, they do nothing but hurt the value of the car. It is getting harder than one might think to find a pristine example of an S2000 as it came from the factory because as they have been depreciating, a younger, ricier crowd has been buying them and in some cases, defiling them. So as a whole I think they will continue to depreciate for a little while and perhaps the untainted examples will begin to appreciate in the not too distant future.

(nothing against TASTEFUL mods, I like them on other people's cars, they're just not my thing)



To a certain extent, the young ricers now defiling them reduce the numbers and force up the prices of the remainder.

I am planning to hang onto mine (and the 'Lude and the Civic) for the forseeable.

NSXforever
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Re: NSX, S2000 values to go up? [View News Item]    (Score: 1, Normal) 10-26-2009 17:21
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gofast182 wrote:
JMU R1 wrote:
Eh I don't think this will cause any boost above normal to NSX and S2000 prices. I think prices for certain NSX's will start to edge up naturally over time (like the Zanardi Edition or 3.2L hard tops) but I don't think there'll be a spike right now. As for the S2000, I think prices won't go up for awhile simply because a relatively large number was produced. The Integra Type-R on the other hand will continue to command strong prices from here on out.

IMHO YMMV


I think that's pretty much right on. The NSX will appreciate in value no matter what. It was bound to happen anyway.
As for the S2K, it's harder to pin down. I belong to one of the largest regional S2000 clubs in the country and I am one of few, if not the only one, who has kept theirs completely stock. A lot of others have gone FI, made chassis mods, and/or installed body kits. While those things have their place, they do nothing but hurt the value of the car. It is getting harder than one might think to find a pristine example of an S2000 as it came from the factory because as they have been depreciating, a younger, ricier crowd has been buying them and in some cases, defiling them. So as a whole I think they will continue to depreciate for a little while and perhaps the untainted examples will begin to appreciate in the not too distant future.

(nothing against TASTEFUL mods, I like them on other people's cars, they're just not my thing)


NSX values have always been strong and today they still hold very very well.

While many more S2000s were released, pristine and low mileage ones should rise in value. Think Supra here. I think the CR will be even more sought after.


 
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