Used Exotic Supercars That Are A Steal

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Too often, supercars are about the latest and the greatest. That’s partly because they’re typically only available to those with enough money to only care about owning the latest an greatest. For the rest of us, these cars only exist on the internet, so we’re captivated by ever-increasing facts and figures that ultimately mean nothing to us. But if you wanted to buy an exotic supercar for the price of a new fully loaded Corvette or Porsche 911? Willing to adopt yesterday’s fashion could make you the biggest head turner on your block.
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Aston Martin DB9 (circa 2005 – 2009)

$50,000 – $80,000
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Audi R8 4.2 (circa 2009 – 2012)

$70,000 – $100,000
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Maserati Gran Turismo Sport (circa 2009 – 2011)

$50,000 – $70,000
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Bentley Continental GT (circa 2005 – 2007)

$50,000 – $70,000
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Lotus Evora (circa 2010 – 2013)

$40,000 – $65,000
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Lamborghini Gallardo

$85,000 – $115,000
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Ferrari F430

$100,000 – $125,000
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