Fox prices will trend up for a bit, level out, then tick up again. When you buy an older car(especially muscle cars) it's because of emotion and nastalgia. Most people who buy at Mecum and Barrett Jackson go there for a specific car. They are at a point in their lives when they can correct the, "I'd like to have that one back" or the, "I always wanted one" times in their earlier life. It's been said many times and I truly believe the fox is our generations 69 camaro. It was one of the most popular cars of its time and evokes memories and emotions in people that few other cars can do. That's what makes them special and sought after. I own a fox mustang and it's my most prized possession. I love that car more than anything, and have receipts to prove it. The reason is because I remember them back in the day and how much I wanted one; How cool the kids were who had them. Scurvey was correct, millennials could care less about cars. But, they aren't the middle aged guys trying to recapture their youth like we are. And there are a lot of us and will be for quite some time.
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