A direct consequence of that was the collapse of the collector car market. For instance, Daytonas, the poster children of the Ferrari market, fell almost overnight from their August 2008 heights in Monterey of $350k, to a more earthly $225k. Alfa TZ-1s stopped changing hands at $750k and became $600k cars. Even Austin-Healey 3000s, once the king of second-tier collectibles, dropped from $125k to $75k.
Buyers and sellers wondered, how far could things go? Would brokers once again be wearing