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Originally Posted by [H]ard|On View Post
What's so hard about less people making replacement parts for cars that are becoming more rare and less popular?

A lot of them are already restored, most are hardly ever driven. More parts being made today for a GTO than 10-20 years ago?

It's not as though a stamping die is built to be disposable. Body parts are likely to be made as long as there is still sheet metal and electricity to run the hydraulic presses.

I admit, I'm not as plugged into the scene as I once was, but those old cars still go for ridiculous cash at Barrett Jackson, no? Any decline in prices could as easily be blamed on the poor economy instead of something nebulous as unpopularity.
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1992 300ZX: Not stock, 433 RWHP
1971 240Z: Toyota front brakes, 123 RWHP
1967 Pontiac GTO: not stock.
Old 04-18-2012, 07:47 AM Jehannum is offline  
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