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5 Reatta conv' on the Hershey show field, mine would've made six. I would call that an excellent showing. Two red, a Maui, A black, and it's SS. The ones there were all nice driver quality, and a couple skittle above. There were also two coops in the car corral

That was way above average for a particular make a car of that year except for maybe Corvette. For those naysayers that's no question the Reatta as a collectible, I think they're dead wrongpost-76001-0-43097800-1444487754_thumb.j

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Usually takes 20-25 years for a car to be appreciated, back in '86 Judges were $600-$1600 unless pristine.

Key is that as supply dwindles, prices of nice ones start increasing.

Part of the difficulty is that except for S-60s, 16-ways and sunroofs, all Reattas are essentially the same with only minor drivetran differences for the '91s.

Another issue is that Reatta owners tened to protect them and had garages so condition of the average car is just starting to decline as 2nd and 3rd owners take over wanting just a daily driver.

So not yet though at Oktoberfest there was more interest in the touchscreen than I have seen before.

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Keith,

 

Yes, and if my health was just a bit better, mine would have been another red/tan or 7 conv.

 

John

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