£73,700 for a 911 SC Targa is a LOT to pay, especially at an online auction, and with 9 years of history missing.
As a sign of just how buoyant the Collectible Car Industry has become since the 1st of March this year, this COVID-19 led boom is even picking up unwanted cars that previously had no followers.
Even the car with $134,000 profit in it has topped out on value gain, whilst the 4 that are flying will continue for some time.
This news article demonstrates the incredible power of Collectible Car Investing, a power which is very well known to all of our Investors. The article also shows how many "would be if they could be" Investors could get it SO WRONG, by purchasing Investment Cars at the top of their value cycle. Serious knowledge is required with Collectible Car Investing, which only comes from the massive Collector Connection Network that we have. The car with $480,000 profit in it is subject to discussion, as there is some confusion with regard to the variations of this model !. Obviously, and due to "confusion", we NEVER purchase from advertisements, auctions, or anywhere online !.
Whilst the CBA has predicted a drop of up to 32% in house prices, we know that this will be much greater.
When people lose jobs, they cannot pay their Mortgage. This causes the mean house price to drop a little, and then more people become aware of the drop, and race to sell their house before prices drop further. Then they have to lower the price to make a sale. Then the prices drop some more, and so more people rush in to sell. Then prices drop again, and the cycle repeats. Thankfully Collectible Cars go the OTHER WAY, and will continue to rise beyond the 4.2% gain that has already occurred.
As this report states, Collectible Cars are doing exactly what they did through every Recession - Gaining momentum.
Just as the values of "everyday" cars have plummeted 20% since the 1st of March, 2020, ALL of our the specialist cars that we have invested in have RISEN by 4.2% over the same period.
Get in now before another range of cars become the cars that you were "Gonna buy" !. We hear 10 or more tales of "The cars that I should have bought" every single day.
As prices of certain Lotus models climb, this great car is one not to miss out on.
As we all know, Collectible Car values for certain makes and models always rise, and never fall. As we also all know, some models of Porsche and Ferrari have fallen quite significantly over the last little while, and so purchasing the correct make and model of Collectible Car is critical. Call us now to find out which cars will boom in the next 6 months.
Prices have been steadily rising since the 1st of March, and this car is part of the next Boom.
Whilst ALL the cars that we invest in rise dramatically over 12 months, we are now back into a Boom scenario for the right cars. Despite the very high mileage, this restored car is a record breaker in terms of price.
This great collection features 170 Collectible's, and follows Andre's notable sale of his 43 Citroen's.
The Citroen's were across the years, from 1919 right through to 1972. The remaining 170 Classic Cars and Motorcycles to be auctioned run from a 1968 Honda Monkey Z50M (estimate €1000 – €2000) right through to a 1967 Lamborghini 400 GT (estimate €400,000 – €600,000).
The predictions from a few days ago by Economist Harry Dent says that Perth may suprise.
His predictions for the ASX were initially very accurate, as the Stock Market dropped by 39%, and so was two thirds of the way towards his predicted drop of 60%. That said though, the ASX is only rallying of the back of the $2 Trillion money printing in the U.S.A, and is disregarding the fact that most of the ASX companies that are have seen gains are currently closed, and NOT trading !!. So how long can this state of affairs last before the second crash (like the Titanic sinking) occurs ?. Virgin may be the start of the "second wave" unless one of the PE entities saves them.
Now that oil producers are paying to store their oil, petrol and diesel prices will plummet.
In keeping with many of the aspects of this particular moment in time, we continue to see unprecedented things, and the price of oil dropping to - US$40 per barrel (minus) is just one of them. Park up the EV with a range of 100 miles, and bring out the V12, put you're foot down, and drive forever !.
Even amongst this list of very, very undesireable Collectible Cars, there are some that did certain things quite well.
Whilst nobody with knowledge would ever invest in any of these cars (except 4), some still had charachter !.
Naturally all of the American cars were hopeless as soon as they needed to stop or turn into a bend on the road, although the Subaru XT shared the Leone Turbo running gear, and so was 4WD and turbocharged, making it a bit of fun to drive. Porsche's attempt to place the engine somewhere close to the right position was never a success, and therefore have no real value.
It is amazing just how quickly cars can move into the Collectible timeframe.
That said, the Veyron was almost always Collectible. Here is the story of how the car came to be.
A sad day indeed..........
A Legend of all forms of Motorsport passed away yesterday.
Stirling came form a family obssessed by a passion for Motorsport, in which everyone competed including his Mother and his Sister. Little wonder then that he went on to become the Legend that he now is .
For those that choose to see value in LHD USA delivered Collectible Cars
A modest collection of vehicles with some value.
This engine also makes 443 lb/ft of torque.
The new Koenigsegg Gemera really is something to behold. and is definitely a future Collectible Car, although after the success of the La Ferrari, it will probably become Collectible right now, even with 4 seats. The 2 litre engine does a lot of work in this car, and the combined power sources result in a 0-100 kph time of just 1.9 seconds, a full 1 second faster than one of our Esprit V8 Twin Turbo's.
For those that demand the ultimate from their Collectible Car, here is a good list to start with.
Lotus Cars are not understood by all that many people, although for the few that do get what they are all about, life is simply fantastic.