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At 532 k.p.h (331 m.p.h)., the SSC Tuatara becomes the fastest production sports car.

by TOP GEAR MAGAZINE | October 21, 2020

 

At 532 k.p.h (331 m.p.h)., the SSC Tuatara becomes the fastest production sports car.

Shelby Sports Cars have recorded a top speed of 331 m.p.h in this exclusive Top Gear test.

During this test, the SSC Tuatara has beaten the Bugatti Veyron's record, maybe by virtue of the 1750 h.p. powerplant.

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SOLD for $430,000 ( £240,000 ). A great Nissan.

 

SOLD for $430,000 ( £240,000 ). A great Nissan.

Yes, another R34 GTR Nur has sold for over $400,000.

As Collectible Cars boom in value for the right cars, we are riding the boom and loving these great sale prices. There are another 36 cars we have that will rise to similar values in the next 4 months.

Click here to read about this $430,000 Nissan sale

We are SO grateful to everyone that sold us their Japanese Collectibles..........

 

We are SO grateful to everyone that sold us their Japanese Collectibles..........

A 300% rise in value for some cars is reason to be very thankful that we purchased ALL of the Japanese Collectible Cars that we were offered over the past 10 months.

As with all things in the Collectible Car Market, we could see this boom coming 3 years ago, as everything discussed inside the market manifests itself outside soon afterwards.

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Is this the Ultimate Collectible Car test ?.

by HENRY CATCHPOLE for EVO MAGAZINE | October 12, 2020

 

Is this the Ultimate Collectible Car test ?.

Driving Colin McRae's 1997 Subaru WRX WRC Car could be considered by many as the top test of all !.

There are cars, and then there are cars. Some Collectible Cars look incredible, some are amazing to be inside, and yet some are just mindblowing to drive. Henry Catchpole from Evo Magazine was fortunate enough to get that drive......

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UP 30%. Moodys Analytics report Australian used car prices rise yet again.

by SUSANNAH GUTHRIE for CARADVICE | October 12, 2020

 

UP 30%. Moodys Analytics report Australian used car prices rise yet again.

Modern Classic Cars and Collectible Cars up as the boom continues.

Who would have ever believed that the everyday Mums and Dads cars would have seen a rise ?. Well here we are, with not just our Collectible Cars making great returns for our Investors.

Maybe this is just a free for all for everyone involved with cars !.

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$1 Million for this Audi Quattro as collectible car prices skyrocket further.

by CAR and CLASSIC | October 11, 2020

 

$1 Million for this Audi Quattro as collectible car prices skyrocket further.

Classic Car prices are booming for the RIGHT cars.

This Sport Quattro is yet another example of how the market is booming amidst turbulent times. This one was built in Copenhagen Blue, and has over 50,000 kms on the clock. Whilst this is by no means the most valuable Quattro ( such as the Sport S1 E2 ) which are worth more than double this car, and have a 0-60 time of under 3.5 seconds., it is still a great example. Certain other Classic Cars that we purchase are making serious money for the many Investors that work with us,(more than the 340% growth in this car), as the market grows in Australia. This great example is estimated to see the hammer drop at between AU$947,000 and AU$1,061,000. There are another 46 cars just like this with massive growth in them, that are just about to boom.

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The Miura lives on.................

 

The Miura lives on.................

Eddie Van Halen loved collecting Collectible and Classic Cars.

This iconic Miura S Widebody was probably the most well known of this great guitarist's cars. Eddie will be sorely missed by many, although at least one of his daily driver cars will live on............ Thank you Eddie for all those great moments.

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How to make $4 MILLION, and double your money on a Modern Classic Supercar

by FINANCIAL TIMES | September 30, 2020

 

How to make $4 MILLION, and double your money on a Modern Classic Supercar

Now that the Milleniums are getting into Collectible Cars, the range is widening.

We would normally have 38-45 models of car that will boom in value in under 6 months, although that number is now rising rapidly. The range of makes and models that will double and triple in value over the coming months has become much broader, now including cars like the 2014 Lamborghini Veneno that was sold for $8.6 Million after being purchased for $4.5 Million. The 2016 Porsche 911R (a proper car with a manual gearbox and no gismo's) has also doubled since the original 991 were built. In the year of COVID-19 when everyone is looking for assets that will rise and not fall, we are literally overrun with interest and Investors as they see what is happening. There are now just so many cars starting at $40,000 that are already rising so fast that we are struggling to keep up. Prices of some cars that we purchase are now moving up weekly. Call if you wish to join in.

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Why do we have very few Porsche's, Ferrari's and NO U.S.A Cars ?. Because they are dropping again.

by WOLF STREET | September 27, 2020

 

Why do we have very few Porsche's, Ferrari's and NO U.S.A Cars ?. Because they are dropping again.

We have purchased hundreds and hundreds of Porsche 911, 930's and Ferrari 308's, 328's, and many others over the past few years, and sold all of them except one.

We never hang onto a stock that will diminish in value, and all of the cars listed above have recently either gone backwards, sideways or plummeted, as this June, 2020 article from Wolf Street in the United States correctly identifies.

Now, whilst what occurs in the U.S.A rarely occurs in the Collectible Car Market in Europe or Australia, the trend is flowing in completely the opposite direction to the one that contains all the cars that we are currently Investing in. This market is completely unforgiving, and does not tolerate high valuations on cars that nobody wants . That said, there are several Porsche and Ferrari models that are either booming now, or about to in the next 2 months. Naturally, these are the ones that we are investing in.

Click here to read the Hagerty observations in the U.S.A.

$600,000 for this great Nissan R34 Nur

by CARSALES | September 25, 2020

 

$600,000 for this great Nissan R34 Nur

We predicted this many times, and purchased two examples when they were under $230,000.

As with ALL of our purchases and predictions, there is MASSIVE growth. Here is yet another one in what has now become a VERY long line of significant achievements in Collectible Car Investing.

Whilst this fine example has slightly lower kms travelled than our cars, it is otherwise very similar. A 261% growth in value over 2 years is not too shabby, although it is lower than many of the cars that we assist our Investors to Invest in. We have now moved on to the next 39 cars that will boom in the next 2 months. Call for details.

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UP 25%. Now even ordinary used car prices are up, with our Collectible Cars now up far more.

 

UP 25%. Now even ordinary used car prices are up, with our Collectible Cars now up far more.

Secondhand car values are booming in Australia

As this Sydney Morning Herald news article says, prices have boomed over the past 12 months.

Our cars are naturally rising even faster, due to their scarcity and innate high value.

All of our cars are up by an average of 21.9% since the 1st of March, 2020 so far, and look like gaining at least 42% by March, 2021. Some of our Modern Classic Investment Cars have already doubled in value since 2020 began.

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Down, Down, Down for new Supercar values as they plummet, while Collectible Car sales boom.

by WHICH CAR MAGAZINE | September 15, 2020

 

Down, Down, Down for new Supercar values as they plummet, while Collectible Car sales boom.

This news article from June, 2020 shows just how interest in Collectible, Classic and Modern Classic Cars is absolutely booming, while new Supercars are in freefall.

Nobody knew how the Collectible Car market was going to perform throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, least of all ourselves. We all agreed that we were in uncharted waters now, as prices could have dropped if our Collector contacts sold their cars, or they could have stabliised, or could have risen. As it has turned out, our indices show an 18.2% rise in values across the cars that we invest in since the 1st of March, 2020.

As we all know, all new cars drop 25% in value as they are driven off the forecourt, although the current drop seems to have affected Supercars as well, a sector within which some models used to maintain value, or rise in the case of certain Build Slots.

No more is this the case..........It is just another boom for all the cars we invest in !. Contact us now to find out how you can prosper.

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Is this the most beautiful P1800 ever seen ?..........And with 414 bhp as well, it moves !.

by TOP GEAR MAGAZINE | September 7, 2020

 

Is this the most beautiful P1800 ever seen ?..........And with 414 bhp as well, it moves !.

This Volvo P1800 is a beautiful re-creation of a real classic, and really deserves an accolade.

There are Restomods, and Restomods. This car epitomises the concept of taking something old, and improving it, moving forwards. This car ticks all the boxes, as it goes, steers and brakes like a race car, and looks fabulous. There are very, very few other cars to tick all these boxes in one go.

 

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Even Bentley are going down the "Reborn" route, with the renowned 4.5 Litre Supercharged experience.

by CLASSICS WORLD | September 6, 2020

 

Even Bentley are going down the

Now that every manufacture is getting into Collectible Cars, Bentley has decided to join in.

If there was one Bentley that would be the car to re-create, the 4.5 Litre Supercharged would be the one to choose.

What a great car it was, and many a bedroom had a poster of this car within.

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UP 32%. Collectible Car sales of specific models are booming in these uncertain times.

by HISTORICS AUCTIONEERS | September 5, 2020

 

UP 32%. Collectible Car sales of specific models are booming in these uncertain times.

Just as predicted, Collectible Car sales are booming again.

As people search for an investment with REAL upside, that will never go backwards,  keen Investors have paid an average of 32% MORE in July for all three of these great cars......

Click here to see this Lotus that sold for $12,000 over Estimate

Click here to see this Spyker that sold for $160,000 over Estimate

Click here to see this Triumph that sold for $24,000 over Estimate

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