I agree that having number 1 might have some premium value but having #2 and later wouldn't.
Looked at objectively, the first cars of any model are ones to generally stay away from and wait until they fix all the teething problems before buying.
In general (I except out any model that went over the Great Disaster year of 1972) the last cars are usually the best with everything well sorted and often additional features included.
1958 MGA Twincam
1962 MGA Coupe
1969 MGC roadster,
1957 Jamaican bodied MGA
1965 Jensen CV8,
1971 Jensen Interceptor
1969 Lamborghini Islero S
1988 Pontiac Fiero GT (sold)
2009 Pontiac Solstice GXP Coupe
2013 Mazda 3 Sport
Bill in BC
One of the first 1,000 Solstice might have an increased value - they came with some sort of plaque - not that I would expect that to increase the value by a lot - just saying that it was something unique to only that batch of cars.
'09 RL Ruby Red Manual
3rd brake pulser-seq'l tail lights
Retracting motorized front license
HID low beam & fogs
DDM Works - Charge Tubes,Cross Bay Brace,Tunnel Brace,Center Console,Fender Trim,Sway bars,Drilled Rotors,Hawk pads
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