Will Corona effect the Supercar Market

Will Corona effect the Supercar Market

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markst

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230 posts

123 months

Friday 6th March
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I know the talk has been about a softening Market over the last year or so......and I was sitting here waiting to see what happened later on......i fancied another Ferrari.

how much of a hit will prices take with this.....


and on another note, how many people can remember the Corona Lorry coming round one a week....lemonade, Cheeryaide ….and money back on the glass bottles.....

nostalgia eh

2 sMoKiN bArReLs

25,240 posts

193 months

Friday 6th March
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If you were a Cambridge United fan you'd remember "the Corona End"

I don't think it meant the end of us all

IanJ9375

1,269 posts

174 months

Friday 6th March
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Just need to make sure you get Lyme disease as well as they cancel each other out lol

LotusOmega375D

5,069 posts

111 months

Saturday 7th March
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The Corona bubbles had to pass a fizzical before they were allowed in the bottle. It said so on the telly.

MKA29

326 posts

93 months

Saturday 7th March
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With the economic impact already becoming apparent and potentially going to get worse, I can't see luxury items (cars, watches, etc) being in much demand...

sparta6

2,234 posts

58 months

Saturday 7th March
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Will see an increase in people driving across Europe, currently safer and more fun than flying

cayman-black

9,672 posts

174 months

Saturday 7th March
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I think it will affect the market for sure. After all, you cant shake hands on the deal.

PSB1

2,384 posts

62 months

Saturday 7th March
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Also, crucially, you can’t ‘pull the trigger’ with your elbow.

hyphen

17,196 posts

48 months

Saturday 7th March
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The virus survives longer on metal, so carbon fibre cars should do better wink

hyphen

17,196 posts

48 months

Saturday 7th March
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PSB1 said:
Also, crucially, you can’t ‘pull the trigger’ with your elbow.
laugh

HIAO

91 posts

51 months

Saturday 7th March
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PSB1 said:
Also, crucially, you can’t ‘pull the trigger’ with your elbow.
Although you can shoot from the hip.

Drclarke

990 posts

131 months

Saturday 7th March
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I am guessing this wasn’t a serious question?

markst

Original Poster:

230 posts

123 months

Saturday 7th March
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can anyone remember how much you used to get back on the bottles....

SVJBalboni

215 posts

12 months

Saturday 7th March
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Patrick-Peter

193 posts

41 months

Saturday 7th March
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Well if you are also worried about how Corona will affect you love life then here's a tip:

Cold

9,758 posts

48 months

Sunday 8th March
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SVJBalboni said:
Finally the pedo guy admits to something about which we can all agree.

cayman-black

9,672 posts

174 months

Sunday 8th March
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Patrick-Peter said:
Well if you are also worried about how Corona will affect you love life then here's a tip:
laugh

WCZ

7,961 posts

152 months

Monday 9th March
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it'll have a big effect and possibly trigger a worldwide recesion. look at how the markets have reacted..

markst

Original Poster:

230 posts

123 months

Tuesday 10th March
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WCZ said:
it'll have a big effect and possibly trigger a worldwide recesion. look at how the markets have reacted..
putting all the jokes to one side.....I don't disagree. doesn't look good out there tbh

mike01606

529 posts

107 months

Tuesday 10th March
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I've just come off the phone with a colleague who was very negative about the impact of CV on the economy and generally everything....I was really surprised how far apart we were.

My view, still too early to tell. There needs to be some perspective applied and when it improves, which it will, we all need to help businesses survive and recover rather than look to government for all the answers. If that happens any effects should be transient and I will personally do everything I can, starting with my local pub tonight!

If I was in the market for a car I'd buy one and I'm actually looking for a relatively expensive motorhome at the moment without a second thought. How many years have we all got left whilst waiting for 'right market' to come along?