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From $382 to £213,400 ..........the 900 % value gain in one Collectible Car.

 

From $382 to £213,400 ..........the 900 % value gain in one Collectible Car.

The Peel P50 was the smallest production car ever built, and does not even have a reverse gear !

One of these great little British icons was recently seen parked on a busy street despite being an extremely rare car indeed.

These cars were built on the Isle of Man close to the United Kingdom, and reached the heady numbers of 50 during their heyday.

Click here to see this great little car

Mark Haybittle talks on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Fourth of a regular show

by ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA | July 3, 2024

 

Mark Haybittle talks on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Fourth of a regular show

Lots more cars discussed, and lots more great investments to discover.

In our latest radio segment, many more great Collectible and Classic Cars have been discussed. Some early Holdens, and some of those Ford's that are sadly dropping in value, which is why we do not invest in them. The mighty Subaru Brumby gets a mention !.

Click here to hear this ABC Radio Show

Why this man ditched his Tesla and purchased a 12 year old petrol powered Mini

 

Why this man ditched his Tesla and purchased a 12 year old petrol powered Mini

Why did this man ditch his Tesla ?

Martin Bamford is one of a multitude of electric car owners going back to petrol for a variety of reasons that we tabled 3 years ago. Now it seems as though many people are now reversing their original green inspired intentions, and returning to something that is actually useable.

We are always asked " What is the best Classic Car to invest in ". The answer is always the same....... One that will rise rapidly in value with 100% certainty after the moment of purchase. These are the cars that we invest in, and they are never Australian Ford or Holden models, because they rise and fall with Australian interest rates and are not known overseas, and are therefore not "global' cars, with a much higher number of interested purchasers.

Click here to read this great News Article by The Telegraph

Mark Haybittle talks with Kylie on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Third of a regular show

by ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA | June 17, 2024

 

Mark Haybittle talks with Kylie on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Third of a regular show

More great insights to rising Collectible Car prices, with more great cars being discussed.

Click here to hear this ABC Radio Show

UP 99%, yes 99% in 3 months for an awesome Hillman, up 20% for the ultimate fastest 4 seater Lotus.

 

UP 99%, yes 99% in 3 months for an awesome Hillman, up 20% for the ultimate fastest 4 seater Lotus.

As we move into the U.K. Summer, the past 3 months has been the strongest in many years, with some absolutely eye-watering gains of up to 99%.

Russ Smith's latest report for August 2024 shows some awesome sale results across the past 3 months on page 17 of the latest issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine, with the trusty Hillman Avenger GLS leading the way at 99% gain in 3 months. This Holbay engined car with twin Webers hanging off the side of the engine follows recent gains with the Hunter GLS with the powerplant. These great cars had slipped under the radar for way too long.

Ford's Escort RS2000 is the Classic that just keeps on giving, with yet another 19% gain, begging the question "Will it ever end". The Fiesta RS Turbo is up 35%, now that people cannot afford the Escort RS Turbo any more !.

Ferrari's illustrious 512 BB has now seen a drop, after being one of the most loved Prancing Horse cars for quite some time, as has the bigger engined E-Type and a Bentley, as interests shift up a decade. That said, none of these cars are dropping as fast as almost all Australian Classic cars (down 20-26%), which of course are driven entirely by interest rates and the relatively small population that like muscle cars.

Here a few examples of "Old News" cars that are now historical, for those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring too late in the growth cycle :

The rising Collectible Cars

Lotus Carlton                                                            Up 20%

Hillman Avenger GLS                                             Up 99%

Ford Fiesta RS Turbo                                              Up 35%

Ford Escort RS 2000                                               Up 19% 

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 62 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Jaguar E-Type V12 Roadster                                 Down 4.1%

Ferrari 512 BB                                                              Down 4.1%

Bentley S1 Saloon                                                      Down 10 %

Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato                               Down 5.5%

Call us now to discover the 62 cars that will double in value over the next 6 months, and then read about in this section AFTER they have risen.

Revitalised Veteran Car values ?.

 

Revitalised Veteran Car values ?.

After years in the doldrums and falling values, now a resurgence for Veteran Cars seems to be on the cards.

As we have always reported, Collectible, Classic and Veteran Cars all have a shelf life, and so Investors must be purchasing the right cars at the right time, and then moving them on at the right time, just as with shares.

Veteran Cars highlight this anomaly perfectly, as they have fallen from grace quite dramatically due to the people that loved them passing away or just becoming too old to drive them.

That said and as Fuzz Townshend eludes to in this great News Article, there are a new wave of people coming though that are reviving interest in the really early motor cars.

Click here to read this Daily Express News Article

UP 17% over 3 months for the impressive 850R, with only modest growth elsewhere this Quarter.

 

UP 17% over 3 months for the impressive 850R, with only modest growth elsewhere this Quarter.

The Collectible Car Investment growth was not as exciting this past 3 months........

The great rise of 17% for the Volvo 850R over the past 3 months was long overdue, although this great car was really the only car gaining over 10% for this Quarter As the truly original ones that we purchase become more and more difficult to locate, prices are booming.

Russ Smith's latest report for July, 2024 shows far more modest results once again across the past 3 months, on page 17 of the latest issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine. Russ's great and intense research always outlines the great rises and falls with Classic Car values, and highlights why we do what we do.

What is the best classic car to invest in ?...............Well, one that we have personally selected using our criteria, such as the Sunbeam Rapier H120 which has gained 8.6% in 3 months.

This car was a very rare beast, with a Holbay tuned engine with twin Webers hanging off the side of the engine, and an awesome sound !

Here a few examples of the cars that those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring WELL AFTER the growth has stopped ! :

The Collectible Cars that HAVE risen, and will now STOP their growth (Time to move onto the next 64 cars that have already gaining in value......fast !)

Volvo 850R                                                                              Up 17% in 3 months

TVR T350                                                                                  Up 5.8% in 3 months

Sunbeam Rapier H120                                                        Up 8.6% in 3 months

Ford Fiesta XR2 MkII                                                             Up 7.7% in 3 months

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 77 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Vanden Plas 4-Litre R                                                           Down 6.3% in 3 months

MG Twin Cam Coupe                                                            Down 6% in 3 months

ferrari 500 Superfast                                                            Down 4.4% in 3 months

Healey Tickford saloon                                                       Down 8% in 3 months

Call us now to discover the next 64 forgotten cars that will boom over the next 3 months, when everyone will remember them again.

U.K. Government steps in to assist the $18 BILLION Classic Car Industry

 

U.K. Government steps in to assist the $18 BILLION Classic Car Industry

The U.K Government is stepping in to assist this massive Industry

The U.K. Transport Secretary Mark Harper has thrown his solid support behind the consultation, emphasising its vital role in addressing the industry’s urgent needs.

He is flagging the requirement for shaping the future of the industry by providing feedback during the eight-week consultation period, which runs until July 4, 2024.

Click here for this GOV.UK Article

Click here to read this Frost Equipment Article

 

18.5% per annum, this year, next year and EVERY year as this Investment Article highlights

 

18.5% per annum, this year, next year and EVERY year as this Investment Article highlights

Up 185% across ten years as this article from Procative Investor Magazine highlights

Classic and Collectible Cars have outstripped every other form of Investment, as this magazine points out.

That said though, most Classic Cars FALL instead of rising. People ask "Are Australian Classic Cars a good investment". The answer is, definitely NOT, unless one purchases at the bottom of the market (which occurs every time that interest rates reach their highest point) and sell at the top, as one does with shares. Australian Classic Cars peaked in 2022, and have fallen dramatically ever since, because they only appeal to a small percentage of 27 Million people, whereas all of our cars appeal to the same percentage of the entire world's population.

When is now the best time to act !

Click here to read this great Proactive Investor Article

Everyone is investing in Classic Cars.

by KATHRYN FISK for DRIVE.COM.AU | April 26, 2024

 

Everyone is investing in Classic Cars.

Over $9.9 BILLION spent on Classic and Collectible Cars each year in Australia

Yes, it seems that people in Australia are gradually catching on to the asset class with the greatest investment gains. As this Drive.com.au Article states from last week, "It's an Investment".

Investors are now flocking into Classic Cars in a way not seen before, to the tune of $9.9 BILLION per year.

Some would like to know "Why are people interested in Classic Cars?". The answer is simple, and it is because they are the investment with the greatest gains, AND people can drive and enjoiy them and not just look at them as with art or coins etc.

As we have said for 10 years now, it was only a matter of time !!.

Click here to read this great Drive.com.au Article

Mark Haybittle talks on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Second of a regular show

by ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA | April 19, 2024

 

Mark Haybittle talks on ABC Radio, in this, the Thirty Second of a regular show

Yet another radio show, and yet more great Collectible Car Investments

Mark and Kylie chat about all things Classic Car Investment, and this week the conversation turned mainly to some very rare utilities.

Click here to hear this ABC Radio Show

UP 82% for the Lotus Esprit, UP 18% for the Land Rover S III in just 3 months, and Abarth UP 30%.

 

UP 82% for the Lotus Esprit, UP 18% for the Land Rover S III in just 3 months, and Abarth UP 30%.

Whilst everything else is falling, Collectible and Classic Car Investment continues as the standout Asset Class.

As Russ Smith reports in the latest edition of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars magazine, the fabulous and amzing Lotus Esprit has seen a rise of 82% over the past ten years.

Russ's latest report for May, 2024 shows some outstanding results across the past 3 months, on page 17 of the latest issue of the magazine. Yet again he has found so many cars with growth of over 15% over this past quarter, with a rise of 30% for the Fiat Strada Abarth 130 TC over the past 3 months. That said though, this oddball example is unlikely to ever see this kind of rise again.

What is the best classic car to invest in ?...............Well, one that we have personally selected using our very specific criteria.

Here a few examples of the cars that those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring WELL AFTER the growth has stopped ! :

The Collectible Cars that HAVE risen, and will now STOP their growth (Time to move onto the next 62 cars that have already gaining in value......fast !)

Fiat Strada Abarth 130 TC                                                                  Up 30% in 3 months

Land-Rover Series III                                                                            Up 18% in 3 months

Morgan Plus 4 SS                                                                                   Up 13% in 3 months

Jaguar XJS 3.6                                                                                        Up 8.8% in 3 months

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 62 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Lamborghini Urraco P250                                                                 Down 5.6% in 3 months

Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2                                                                              Down 4.5% in 3 months

Mercedes-Benz 540 K Cabriolet A                                                  Down 5.6% in 3 months

Jaguar E-Type Series I 2+2                                                                Down 6.7% in 3 months

Call us now to discover the next 62 forgotten cars that will boom over the next 3 months, when everyone will remember them again.

Up 82% for Classic Cars, 20% for the FTSE, 56% for Coins, 37% for Jewellery.

by GBN News Channel | April 7, 2024

 

Up 82% for Classic Cars, 20% for the FTSE, 56% for Coins, 37% for Jewellery.

Which would you choose over 10 years, would it be 82% for cars, 56% for Coins or 37% for Jewellery ?

As we all know, Classic and Collectible Cars always were and always will be the Investment Leader, with this report showing 82% over 10 years, although of course the reality is MUCH higher with the cars that we select.

Click here to read this Great Article

UP 40% for the Talbot Sunbeam........Finally !, and UP 20% for a classic Volvo.

 

UP 40% for the Talbot Sunbeam........Finally !, and UP 20% for a classic Volvo.

Whilst the past quarter is traditionally a low-growth period of time, this past 3 months has been the strongest in many years. A number of cars that we had previously invested in during past growth cycles 4 years ago have suddenly come back to life in a massive way.

Russ Smith's latest report for May 2024 shows some awesome sale results across the past 3 months on page 17 of the latest issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine, for cars that we had previously purchased. He has recorded sales of the Talbot Sunbeam have gained a whopping 40% over this time, with a Volvo and a Ford making it into the "over10% club".

With yet more investors flocking to us as they ditch all of the other dropping asset classes such as property and tech following huge drops, our skills in selecting ALL the cars that will double or triple in the near future becomes simpler.

Here a few examples of "Old News" cars that are now historical, for those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring too late in the growth cycle :

The rising Collectible Cars

Talbot Sunbeam Lotus                                                           Up 40%

Volvo 164 estate                                                                        Up 20%

Rover Mini                                                                                    Up 18%

Ford Granada 3.0                                                                      Up 18% 

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 62 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

BMW Z3M Roadster                                                                    Down 4.8%

Mercedes-Benz 300A saloon                                                  Down 5.9%

Lamborghini Jalpa                                                                     Down 3.8%

Facel Vega FV                                                                                Down 6.5%

Call us now to discover the 62 cars that will double in value over the next 6 months, and then read about in this section AFTER they have ri

CNBC reports on the great rise of Collectible Cars as an investment asset class.

by CNBC International | March 10, 2024

 

CNBC reports on the great rise of Collectible Cars as an investment asset class.

Classic Cars are absolutely booming in value, WHEN you know which ones to purchase

Click here to watch this video

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