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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo986 View Post
    The one in Chattanooga Tn. NUS0157 Blue with red stripes to make it go faster. LOL Wish I would have taken a moment to check yours out before you sold it, it may have saved me a ton of money and headaches. Registration is nearly complete. Just waiting on BAR evaluation. It is apparently something new and can take up to 6 weeks.
    Where are they doing the bar? I did mine at pierce college and the guy looked at it and just passed it. The buyer of my car lives locally and saved himself a ton of headaches with me already done the work.
    Nothing clever to see here!!

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    Las Positas College in Livermore Ca. This place was recommended because they have done sever Nobles in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samlank View Post
    Just curious if this car is still for sale?
    Mine is for sale in Seattle! We have been snowed in but looking forward to better weather soon I hope so we can get the car sold.

    http://www.catsexotics.com/used-noble-m12-seattle-wa
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    FYI,
    Guys, if your selling your cars for less than 65k you are destroying the Noble Market.
    Please hold these cars
    the market will bear a much higher rate
    I speculate these cars will be wurth 110-130 in 7 years?
    Thanks, have patience and enjoy while you can
    Troy
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    Tallahassee Speed Shop, Inc.
    5338 Gateway Drive
    Tallahassee, Fl 32303
    850-597-8919
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    And
    Remade by Hand, Inc.
    Porsche Restorations
    173 McCallister Rd
    Crawfordville, FL 32327

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    Quote Originally Posted by NobleTech View Post
    FYI,
    Guys, if your selling your cars for less than 65k you are destroying the Noble Market.
    Please hold these cars
    the market will bear a much higher rate
    I speculate these cars will be wurth 110-130 in 7 years?
    Thanks, have patience and enjoy while you can
    Troy
    I've had the car for 6 enjoyable years. It's time to move on to something more fitting for me at this point in my life.

    Nothing will ever replace the raw edge and rarity of the Noble but that is also one reason I am moving on to something more comfortable and civilized for a modern age.
    Nothing clever to see here!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NobleTech View Post
    FYI,
    Guys, if your selling your cars for less than 65k you are destroying the Noble Market.
    Please hold these cars
    the market will bear a much higher rate
    I speculate these cars will be wurth 110-130 in 7 years?
    Thanks, have patience and enjoy while you can
    Troy

    Troy, we all would love to sell for $65K or for double that in 7 years as you are speculating. The truth is that market sets the price and if more owners want to sell then there are buyers looking to buy, it will essentially bring the price down. You can tell that there is much less interest by how much less traffic there is on this forum alone. Back when I first became owner, this forum was flocked with new treads, not so much now... Notorious 86, you have a great looking Noble and well worth what you're asking for it. A car to most of us is not a collector item worth holding on in hopes of making a profit but a toy that eventually one gets tired of playing with or simply outgrows it.

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    Thanks buddy. Trust me, the decision to sell wasn't easy. But like I said, I've moved on. 6 years is longer than I've kept most of my cars.

    You are also correct that I'm not looking to hold it for another 6 years and hoping it'll make me another $50k. Hopefully by then, I won't need the money to live comfortably in my retirement. If I did, I got more things to worry about.

    Quote Originally Posted by roadracer690 View Post
    Troy, we all would love to sell for $65K or for double that in 7 years as you are speculating. The truth is that market sets the price and if more owners want to sell then there are buyers looking to buy, it will essentially bring the price down. You can tell that there is much less interest by how much less traffic there is on this forum alone. Back when I first became owner, this forum was flocked with new treads, not so much now... Notorious 86, you have a great looking Noble and well worth what you're asking for it. A car to most of us is not a collector item worth holding on in hopes of making a profit but a toy that eventually one gets tired of playing with or simply outgrows it.
    Nothing clever to see here!!

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