Classic Car Weekly summary of the Classic Car market in 2014
The early January edition of Classic Car Weekly carried a story on the state of the Classic Car market throughout 2014, on page 4 of it's 7th of January, 2015 paper, and it would seem that all is good, and that reports of an overheated market are unfounded.
Why are Classic Cars so popular ?
We are often asked "Why are so many people going nuts about Classic Cars". As a result, and to aid in explaining the current phenomenon to newcomers, we felt obliged to supply this short summary of the Classic Car market as it was, and as it is now.
2015 is Looking Fantastic !!.
Following on from a somewhat difficult 2014 for many people, we feel that 2015 is looking great, as all of the stars align to make this year one of the best ever. We all just had to wait for everything to line up.
Why are HSBC, JP Morgan and Forbes in the USA alerting their clients to Classic Car Investment ?.
It seems as though the word on Classic Car Investment has now reached the mainstream Investment advisors, as HSBC, JP Morgan and Forbes in the U.S.A are now all alerting their clients to the world of Classic Car Investment.
Further information on Classic Car Auction sales prices for November
Some Classic Car prices have stabilised which is a great relief, although at the same time, some continue to climb rapidly.
So what is the big shift in car habits all about ?.
There is a fairly major shift going on throughout Europe right now, as more and more people begin to grasp the fact that it may be preferable to drive a car that appreciates every day that it is driven, rather than depreciating every single day of ownership.
Auction Prices are well up on Estimates in November.
Well with the passing of another month it would seem that the prices of Classic Cars for sale have jumped yet again, with almost all auction houses throughout Europe having many examples of Classic Cars that they have sold have been well up on the original estimates.
Our $2000 cars in Australia are now achieving $13,400 at our UK branch
Hagerty UK, the world renowned authority on Classic Car prices are now in a position to explain the great growth in the prices of 1980's Hot Hatches that we have been expreriencing recently at our UK end.
A little more on Property versus Classic Cars.
Many people have spoken to us regarding Property versus Classic Cars, especially following the Article that we posted in the News section of this website.
Toyota MR2 wins out over Mazda MX-5
Within a recent story in Classic Car Weekly from the 29th of October, many great things are said two of the mainstays of the emerging Japanese Classic Car market.
Rallyfest to feature Group B Legends
This years Rallyfest looks set to help Wales Rally GB bring in even more spectators than ever.
Would you like to know where some of the great Barn Finds are ?.
Now that Classic Car Investing and Classic Car Sales have become such major industries in their own right, the great deals that really make serious money are becoming harder and harder to locate.
Lotus, Lotus, Lotus !!
A recent copy of the much loved British newspaper, the Classic Car Weekly (pages 26-29 of Wednesday the 22nd of October copy) has focussed on the " Wedge Shape " Lotus, which have gone on to become so collectable following the very successful Elan and Elan Plus 2S during the 1970's.
Jaguar XJS Convertible continues to rise in value at latest auctions
The rise and rise of Jaguar's XJS Convertible is becoming increasingly evident to the wider Investing Public as proven by two of the latest auction prices, as reported in Classic Car Weekly on the 15th of October, 2014.
$41,761,691 paid for Ferrari 250 GTO invites the " Bubble " question
Within an article written by Paul Hudson of The Telegraph, the question of whether the Classic Car Auction bubble is about to burst, or whether we are going to see continued and sustainable growth in Classic cars that we purchase and send to auction in the future.