As Business Insider Australia reports, some new cars are cheaper than used cars .
Whilst we only work with Collectible Car Investing, it is not possible for us not to report on the meteoric rise in the values of conventional road cars, as we have never ever witnessed such an event. As we all of our readers know, Collectible Car have been a goldmine for some time now (although ONLY when the correct cars are purchased), and now it would appear that some ordinary cars are tracking similarly. Driven by excesses of cash floating around in the Australian economy, coupled with a global chip shortage causing a wait for new cars of 6 months or more, as well as zero overseas travel for Australian residents, we have arrived at this amazing moment !.
The extended periods of U.K Lockdowns seem to have affected the Collectible Car Industry differently there to Australia.
Australian values and prices for Australia Collectible Cars have gone absolutely insane over the past 12 months due to sealed borders, and nobody able to travel overseas. In the United Kingdom however, many people were able to travel, especially during the 2020 European summer, and so the Lockdown effect was different, only yielding a highest sale price of just over $7.5 Million, or £4 Million. Naturally, we purchased almost all of the cars that were about to rise, well before they did, as that is our strategy.
Clearly most people have missed this major opportunity, although there is still some growth left before the borders re-open.
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The Bricklin was revolution in so many ways, although also had some issues !.
The story of the car that came before the De Lorean is very intriguing indeed, with more twist and turns than a James Bond movie, and almost as exciting. This car was one man's dream to build super safe cars in Canada using political connections and total undeniable self-confidence.Only 2880 cars were actually completed, and far fewer remain.
Here it is..............The greatest collection of 1980's and 1990's WRC Cars.
Jiří Jirovec's collection includes Tommi Mäkinen’s first-ever rally car, an ex-Ari Vatanen Prodrive-prepared BMW E30 M3, an ex-Sébastien Loeb Citroën C4 and four ex- Colin McRae Ford Focuses, a Lancia 037, Audi Quattro's and Peugeot 205 T16's.
Whilst we all know that Evo VI Makinen's are now over $100,000 for the correct cars, the Evo VIII was always behind.
This car is of course the RS option, of which we built several Rally Cars from. These cars obviously offer a greater driving experience, which is why we used them for Rallying, although are not so luxurious as the more common GSR version, which was brought into Australia.
If you want to know which cars will explode in value over the next 6 months, call now........OR just miss out like so, so many people have lately.
As prices of Collectible Cars continue to rise for the right cars, this 22B sets a new high, even with 80,000 kms on the clock.
Everyone knows these cars are fabulous, and indeed Silverstone Auctions listed this U.K delivered example as "The ultimate Subaru road car" prior to the sale.
As all the other makes and models that we invest in boom, this torana A9X feel below expectations.
There was a fair amount of hype about this car prior to the Lloyds Auction last weekend, as this car was build number 1 of 33 1977 GMP&A A9X Torana's, built for racing purposes. This car had just 475 km showing on the odometer from new, and was expected to surpass the $1 Million mark by a considerable amount.
It has taken a while for great WRX's to pass the magic $250,000 mark, although here we are.
Whilst this is no ordinary WRX, a rising tide lifts all boats, as values skyrocket. This car is the very rare Spec C RA-R, of which only 300 were built, with even less remaining.
We purchased a large number of WRX Type R 2-doors last year for investors at $45-55,000, and the ROI was nothing short of totally monumental, being moved to Collectors this year for over $120,000. As this Covid-19 inspired boom rolls on, those that chose to invest in the correct cars at the correct time with us, are making significant returns.
Mark Haybittle discusses Collectible Car Investment on National Radio.
Richard Hammond will be speaking at next weekend's London Classic Car Show, and says "Buy now"
As Investors pile into Collectible and Classic Cars, more and more businesses are springing up to keep up with demand. Richard Hammond has now started such a business.
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We have been purchasing many, many carefully selected Japanese Collectible Cars for some time now.......
Where else can you recieve a 200% return on investment in under 12 months ?
Collectible and Classic Cars are the ONLY asset class with these sort of gains.
Regular Investors already know how the Collectible Car market is running.........
Now it is time for all the others that have seen values of Collectible Cars rise for 20 years, to join in. THIS is the new asset class to be into, that Europe and the United States have been experts in for 60 years now.
As we all know, Investors are cleaning up with their Collectible Car values.......
The rise and rise of Collectible and Classic Car values in Australia has now surpassed any expectations that we had for 2020/21, by a very considerable margin.
Whilst we do have 49 cars on the water on the way to Australia, we are now having to work much harder to separate great cars from even greater Collectors. Watch this space, as the gains are now immense.
The boom in the values of our Investment Cars continues...............
As reported on page 17 of the April, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have risen in value yet again, galvanising the fact that we are in a Boom once again. Whilst much of Russ's report relates to the United Kingdom market, values have actually risen much more significantly in Australia. As we all know, the secret with Collectible Car Investing is to purchase WELL BEFORE the rise begins, which is why we purchase cars for our Investors 6-9 months before they hit the news.
Whilst it is interesting to see that some variations of some very ordinary cars have now seen value gains, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has contnued as we have predicted many, many times, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :
The rising Collectible Cars
Volvo 244 Up 33%
Austin Mini 1275 GT Up 33%
Jaguar XJS V12 Convertible Up 13%
Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon Up 9.7%
It is of course too late to capitalise on the values of these cars, as they will now stop growing, and so we move on into the next 66 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.
The dropping Collectible Cars
Ferrari 330 GTS Down 3.9%
Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Down 4.3%
Lamborghini Islero Down 2.7%
Porsche 911 GT2 (993) Down 2.6%
Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 6 months.
Steve Fowler from Auto Express has joined the flood of investors getting into Classic Cars
It seems as though everyone has switched to investing in Collectible and Classic Cars..........and why not ?. There is loads of money to be made whilst the item that you are driving rises in value before you're very eyes. How good can it get ?.
That said, it is only EVER certain makes and models that enjoy the value rises that we experience.
Call now to find out how you can start making very serious returns from some awesome cars.