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SOLD for AU $9.4 Million................A James Bond Aston Martin DB5

by ROBERT FRANK for CNBC MARKETS | August 19, 2019

 

SOLD for AU $9.4 Million................A James Bond Aston Martin DB5

Some Aston Martin's are worth more than others, and this one sold for a good and fair price.

Whilst this car did not feature in any Bond movie's, it was used for promotional work around the time of Thunderball.

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Bullitt Mustang set to exceed the $2.2 Million paid earlier in 2019 for a GT500

by JEFF PEEK for HAGERTY NEWS | August 16, 2019

 

Bullitt Mustang set to exceed the $2.2 Million paid earlier in 2019 for a GT500

The original Steve McQueen Bullit Mustang is set to be auctioned in early 2020

As we have reported back in 2018 this iconic car was located in Tennessee.

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Two great Aston Martin's for just $13.5 Million (£7,500,000) (if sold in UK)

by PETROLICIOUS | August 13, 2019

 

Two great Aston Martin's for just $13.5 Million (£7,500,000) (if sold in UK)

This is a Behind the Scenes insight into the building of 10 DB4 GT Zagato's at Aston Martin Works.

There will be a total of 19 DB4 Zagato's built, each car taking around 4500 hours to assemble. The cars are sold in pairs, with the DBS GT Zagato forming the other half of the pair.

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Will this early 911 top $1,000,000 ?

by PETROLICIOUS | August 12, 2019

 

Will this early 911 top $1,000,000 ?

Will this early 911 top $1,000,000 ?

The early 911's are a desirable Porsche, especially when they have been made somewhat driveable by Singer. These reimagined 911 cars rarely come up for sale, as the purchasers usually hang on to their cars. This one is known as the "Mountain View Car" and comes up for auction next weekend, and has an Estmate of $800,000-$1,000,000. Let's see what it sells for.

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Honda Integra Type R sold for $63,000

 

Honda Integra Type R sold for $63,000

This article from the very end of last year explains what the Collectors were purchasing throughout 2018.

Yes, as the trend continues, the shift is on as the changing of the guard moves forward. No longer are Collector's purchasing difficult to drive slow cars.

With the stock market crashing, existing property still falling in value, new apartment sales stagnant and the dollar dropping, certain Japanese Collectible cars are one of the only two ways to prosper. The other way is to invest in all of the other Collectible cars that we purchase.

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Ralan goes into administration owing $500 Million

August 1, 2019

 

Ralan goes into administration owing $500 Million

As the Australian apartment crisis deepens, more investors lose their deposits.

Smart investors make smart moves, and one of those moves was to get right out of property just prior to the close of 2017, as we did. Others stayed in, "hoping" that the boom in Sydney and Melbourne prices would somehow continue. It did'nt.

Property was always so easy to buy more of as it is everywhere, and one can always build more, although some such as Opal Towers and Mascot Towers may fall apart and become empty as they have done recently.

In the meantime, the smart money went into Collectible Cars built in limited numbers, where scarcity drives price.

The administrators of Ralan say there will be little chance of investors seeing any return.

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Up 160% over 3 years for Mercedes 450 SLC, as this classic is re-discovered.

July 31, 2019

 

Up 160% over 3 years for Mercedes 450 SLC, as this classic is re-discovered.

A little over 2.5 years ago we acquired several of the previously unloved 450 SLC's for Investor's, and waited.........

Now, the Collector Grade cars are up 160% over that short period of time (This one SOLD 3 days ago for over £32,000, whilst they were £9-12,000 2.5 yrs ago). No other asset class will ever compare with the rise and rise of the correct cars at the correct time. Call us now to secure an investment that outstrips property 8 to 1.

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UP 83% over 2.5 years : SOLD FOR $105,000 (£58,500) as REAL Collectible Cars begin the next boom.

by SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS | July 28, 2019

 

UP 83% over 2.5 years : SOLD FOR $105,000 (£58,500) as REAL Collectible Cars begin the next boom.

Back in 2016, these 285 km/hr cars were all under £18,000.........

Now, just 2 years on, this 377 bhp very original car sold for $105,000 (£58,500) 2 days ago, giving the owner an 83 % return on investment. We are now onto the next 48 cars that will see even greater growth over the next 12-18 months.

Click here to see this great $105,000 Carlton Type 104

The European Central Bank has been paying other banks to borrow from them

 

The European Central Bank has been paying other banks to borrow from them

How long before banks will pay you to borrow for you're next Collectible Car ?

Now that we are not too far away from a time when banks will pay you to borrow from them, the global financial landscape will change.

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$23 Million is the expected sale price for this McLaren F1 LM

 

$23 Million is the expected sale price for this McLaren F1 LM

Yes, this 680 bhp ultimate driving machine is sure to attract a great deal of interest

The car will be auctioned at Monterey by RM Sothebys in August, so get you're bidding cards ready.

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One man that has learnt why we embrace Japanese Collectible Cars

by KEN SAITO for PETROLICIOUS | July 19, 2019

 

One man that has learnt why we embrace Japanese Collectible Cars

Not everyone understands why the new kids on the block are becoming iconic.

We have spent a great deal of time travelling to and from Japan, and did indeed import 7,526 vehicles from there over a short 18 month feeding frenzy some time back. When one immerses oneself in the culture that surrounds these cars, the whole reason why certain selected cars are becoming so valuable becomes clear.

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This Ferrari 275 GTB has a lovely story attached to it...........

July 17, 2019

 

This Ferrari 275 GTB has a lovely story attached to it...........

Yes, this great car has an interesting history.

Read and enjoy this article about this lovely 275 GTB

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SOLD for $568,000 (£316,250) for Land Rover Defender SVX 'Spectre'

by BONHAMS | July 10, 2019

 

SOLD for $568,000 (£316,250) for Land Rover Defender SVX 'Spectre'

The Goodwood Festival of Speed Bonhams Auction went well last weekend.

This Land Rover Defender was one of many successful lots sold on the day, which included a Jaguar XJ220, many race and rally cars, and of course the fast descending Ferrari 328's and 308 GTB's/GTS's, which are now back to 2015 prices, which is why we never hung on to any of these models, or any 1970's Porsche 911 SC's.

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Electric car sales drop.

 

Electric car sales drop.

As we predicted, the hype over electric "plug-in" cars may well be over.

With the extensive additional infrastructure to charge E/V's Nationwide in any country, as well as low range of these vehicles (still now, after all the advances in battery technology), it is no wonder that the population is left saying "there must be another solution". There is of course, and it is Hydrogen as most people know, due mainly to the fact that it is easy to sell at exisiting fuel stations, and the Hydrogen "fuel cell" is very easy to produce as an on board supply for existing cars and trucks using existing engines. Simple and clean with zero emissions.

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How well could you have done in 2018 ?

July 3, 2019

 

How well could you have done in 2018 ?

How much could you have made in 2018 ?

For details of how a small handful of the Collectible and Classic Cars that we purchased across 2017-2018 performed, take a look at our Blog Article for today.

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