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Snip:I have a 1992 Range Rover Vogue classic car (3.9 V8 manual); it was bought new by my father who subsequently decided, after keeping it for several years, to downsize to a BMW. Despite it being in immaculate condition and having less than 30,000 miles on the clock he'd have got about £3k for it in part-ex at the time; plus he had two friends who both said they wanted it, so he'd have ended up upsetting one of them if he sold it to the other! I had a chat with him about it and we decided to keep it in the family instead so he gave it to me to keep as a future classic. Not a bad decision, it's insured for £20,000 now and appreciating in value each year. So it does sometimes pay to hang on to something rather than let it go for a song, and old cameras are a bit smaller and cheaper to keep than a car!
IMG_0051 by J White, on Flickr
Well Steven old farts like me regret not keeping that old motorcycle, dinky toys etc...and biggest regret not buying a house for £7,500 in London (worth a million now).