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    I see a few Bentley Conti GTs on ebay for under $50,000.

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    She's a big Ferrari fan. I'm certain you can dig around and find a 308 or something for under $50K, though she'd have to hold onto the E60 for the AWD bit...

    If I were to be completely selfish I'd buy myself a 3000GT VR-4 like I always wanted, then give it to her if she agreed to sell the BMW.

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    There is a 2005 Cayenne S on sale here for USD4.5K.

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    The F-Type comes in AWD/AT. Lease deal is $729 though your trade may bring that down quite a bit.

    Outback 3.6R?
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    Sadly, 308 prices, like air cooled 911 prices, are through the roof. The classic car bubble continues...

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    No kidding? Huh.

    I always wanted the F430 for her. Maybe in 5-10 years there will be a nice soft window to snag one up.

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    Yeah, search BaT for Ferrari 308s. The BaT Auctions all had selling prices from $53k to $77k on 308s in the past year.

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    They were like 30k from ferrari dealers 3 years ago.


    What the hell. Testarossa could be had for 40-60 on a regular basis. Now they are 90k +

    Same for the 355s. My all time favorite Ferrari.

    I should set money aside for the next big fallout to load up on some nice exotics.

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    Was poking around on eBay last night and was surprised to see F430s in six figures.

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    Oh, and speaking to my original scenario. I looked it up yesterday and each turbo on the E60 is about $850. And since it's an AWD I'll have to remove the front axle on that side to get to it. Luckily I have access to a lift and a real garage, but I figure that job is going to cost at minimum $1800 if I do it myself and close to $3K if I get a mechanic to do it. Couple that with the CCC that needs replaced soon and I'm starting to creep towards $4K in immediate needs over the next six months. I'd rather put that towards a lease d/p and move onto something with a warranty.

    I'm hoping by tax return time she's fed up with the CCC being terrible. The D hunt starts in late April and it would be nice to get her squared away first.

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