In Germany, a Saab 9-5 II sports car is for sale. The very rare Saab was auctioned at one of the KVD auctions in Sweden and then approved in Germany by the current seller, a dealership. The love there did not last long. Only half a year was the station wagon on our roads, and during this time he was only moderately moved.
Instead of around 44.000 kilometers, there are now 50.000 on the clock. The price of the collector's item has risen - but is really inflationary. Is it because of our ailing favorite currency or is this Saab also an investment property? Bought 6 months ago for a good € 41.000, the price has (almost) doubled to more than € 85.000, even if we include all possible costs for registration, transport and fees. Daring, daring ...
Yes, the times are transparent and inexorable. Not only the NSA reads bravely and in tireless commitment. Everyone. who likes the history of this car can 9-5 sports combination archive do research. Earnings and surcharges are good and worth striving for. Every trader should generate a healthy return. But 100% surcharge in 6 months is maybe a bit too much of a good thing. How about a speculation tax on Swedish cultural property?
Of course, the sports combination should have risen moderately in value. Because he has street legal clearance, which was not the case six months ago. And there are only 27 copies on our planet. That extreme profit maximization ideas usually do not work, you can see in the Dutch Saab speculators, The shops with rare Swedish goods are running tougher than expected.