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1986 Hyundai Pony Asking $150k CAD

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1986 Hyundai Pony Asking $150k CAD

https://www.brossardhyundai.com/en/vehi ... class=used

1986 Hyundai Pony - $149,995 - 22,028 KM, Brossard Hyundai
Looks mint condition, no rust, clean interior. I understand not many survived, most ended up in junk yard in their early years, but price is out of this world.
I know there are mint condition Acura Integra selling for $50k-75k at US auctions, but I doubt there's a collector looking for original Hyundai Pony.
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sunnykw2305 wrote: https://www.brossardhyundai.com/en/vehi ... class=used

1986 Hyundai Pony - $149,995 - 22,028 KM, Brossard Hyundai
Looks mint condition, no rust, clean interior. I understand not many survived, most ended up in junk yard in their early years, but price is out of this world.
I know there are mint condition Acura Integra selling for $50k-75k at US auctions, but I doubt there's a collector looking for original Hyundai Pony.
Imagine pulling up next to an Audi R8 V10 and realizing that you paid more for the pony. LOL.
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It is obviously a typo or simply attempt at marketing to drive more traffic to their site.
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aleks wrote: It is obviously a typo or simply attempt at marketing to drive more traffic to their site.
LOL I was thinking typo too, perhaps $1,499.95? Even at $1500 i don't know who would even think of buying a 34 year old pristine "collector" hyundai...
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hmm. I wonder which celebrity or famous person owned it beforehand.
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waramps sticker in the rear window tells the entire story.

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It's cool but not even $5000 cool. It's absurdly stupid that even on BAT idiots are dumping like $30,000 on a 80s ck. These folks with money and memories are ruining it for everyone else, lol.
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Didn't these things simply rust away after a few years?

As a kid, a friend of mine's mom had a Pony. Even back then when I sorta had an interest in cars, I thought to myself what a POS.
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mrweather wrote: Didn't these things simply rust away after a few years?

As a kid, a friend of mine's mom had a Pony. Even back then when I sorta had an interest in cars, I thought to myself what a POS.
LOL as a kid, my neighbour back in the mid 90s had a new-ish Hyundai Excel (looks like the Pony successor). Always loved cars even as a kid, but what a POS, even brand new that thing had serious rattles and reeked of old gas!
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Can I sell mine for 150K? Any takers?
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I mean only that cluster gage and wheel is worth half that amount!
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As a bonus, you will be immune to any EMP shock, laughing at all cars currently on road when they will be worthless hunk of metal and plastics while you can still zoom around, thanks to the carburetor and no ECU. Also extremely easy to park with those bumpers, as they will take small hits without a single scratch.
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Same car?



Haven't been sold for over a year lol
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bear20 wrote: LOL I was thinking typo too, perhaps $1,499.95? Even at $1500 i don't know who would even think of buying a 34 year old pristine "collector" hyundai...
Next guess is insurance scam getting set up.

"Oh noes someone set my $149,500 Hyundai Pony on fire! It's a total loss, one of a kind IN THE WORLD"

Which is probably true, one of a kind in the world and the only person crazy enough to buy this would be Hyundai to put it in a museum.

$150k could buy you TWO Genesis, loaded, and have spare change for a Veloster N. Which is far more enjoyable than a Pony.
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The pony, one of the biggest p.o.s. of its time. Then came the Stellar, another p.o.s.

2 reasons why I can't buy a car from that company to this day.
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Woww...surprise its in such good shape...this was the first car my parents bought when they came to Canada as immigrants...all I recall is hot summer days it was a scorcher driving around in this thing....and the body tended to rust quickly..even for a brown car, it was pretty obvious where the rust was....
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billford wrote: The pony, one of the biggest p.o.s. of its time. Then came the Stellar, another p.o.s.

2 reasons why I can't buy a car from that company to this day.
LOL. Still living in WW2 era too?
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The price is actually the cost of how much you'll end up paying in repairs.
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A trick I learned from by buddies pony back in high school - lift up the door handle, then bang the lock cylinder with your fist a few times until it unlocks = free pony. He found his car out in the field once or twice.
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