I agree with Tim here. There is something not quite right about the IS-F market. They don't seem to have found a natural ballance of price and demand . You would expect from any car that after a few years they reach a state of equilibrium, the price naturally sits with demand and cars start to move about, even expensive cars ...... But not these, not easily.
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Still is, mate.11 years old, 90k miles and still tight and clean underneath.
I agree with Sly on the ISF. If there were more for sale, they would reach that equilibrium. What we have, though is a stand off; buyers not prepared to pay asking price and sellers not prepared to sell at what buyers will buy. How do you value an asset in that distorted market?