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Property Investing finally dead in Australia

by THE BUSINESS with ABC | September 3, 2020

 

Property Investing finally dead in Australia

We have always said that it was only a matter of time..........

For a generation now, Australians have believed that Property Investing was a wise choice. Now, with prices dropping and a whole raft of properties that are about to hit the market, panic sellling may well set in, as renters become increasingly difficult to find.

As highlighted by Martin North on tonight's edition of the ABC's "The Business" programme, the bank "holiday' that mortgage holders have experienced is about to end. Additionally, the Jobkeeper payments will drop by $300 per fortnight. On top of that, therre are no international investors any more, and many businesses will collapse over the next few months, as support ceases, causing more job losses.

So sell, sell, sell now before the values drop too greatly, as Martin suggests.

Then invest is something that has had 16.8% upside since March, 2020. Call us to find out how to really make money.

Click here to read this ABC Business feature on Investment Property

$320,000 for this 1991 Range Rover, as prices just keep skyrocketing.

by eBay | September 2, 2020

 

$320,000 for this 1991 Range Rover, as prices just keep skyrocketing.

In a market that favours the early 1970's variants, here is a pleasant exception.

Whilst this vehicle is a 1991 build, and so is not in the most sought after category, and is also LHD giving it much less appeal, it is more than balanced with some very tasteful interior and engine upgrades.

Click here to see this great Range Rover Classic for $320,000

UP 62.5% since December, 2019. Now almost $300,000 for later Range Rover Classic 2-doors (1975).

by CAR and CLASSIC | August 29, 2020

 

UP 62.5% since December, 2019. Now almost $300,000 for later Range Rover Classic 2-doors (1975).

The rise and rise of early Range Rover Classic's continues unabated.....

Whilst everyone kmows that the Suffix A and B are the ones to own, this later 1975 example (Suffix C or D) still has great value, especially as all the hard work is done. As the vendor says "No waiting list, immediate delivery". This is a great advantage, as there are many, many people lined up everywhere in the Collectible Car world awaiting restorations on these true Classic's, that were the first SUV.

Click here to see this AU$272,000 Range Rover

Will AU$15 Million be enough to claim this DB4 GT Zagato ?

 

Will AU$15 Million be enough to claim this DB4 GT Zagato ?

Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato's have recently made good money at Auction, although this one is rather special.

Only 1 example of these great machines was painted in Peony Red, from the 19 built, and so this one has a very, very strong follwoing already. The current owner, Teddy of Cheshire, has known of the special heritage of this car during his custodianship.

Click here to see this great $15.2 Million (US$11 Million) car

We were onto all 3 of these cars 20 months ago. Now even Classic and Sportscar are on the trail !

August 21, 2020

 

We were onto all 3 of these cars 20 months ago. Now even Classic and Sportscar are on the trail !

We began purchasing masses of these great Collectible Cars 2 years ago.

None of them were worth too much then, although look at them now !!. A Supra changed hands in the U.S.A last year for $246,000 (see our News Item from 11th, March, 2019 - https://www.supercarsecrets.com.au/articles/news?page=10)

If you read our News Items in reverse, you will see all of our predictions, and how they all came true.

We were purchasing these great Supra's for around AU$18,000 in 2018, and it was the same story with the other two (2) cars in this great feature article, although they were MUCH less then.

Have a look at our "Gallery" images to see for yourself.

Then call us to get in on the action.

Click here to read this Article

911 Values continue to drop back.

by CARSALES | August 18, 2020

 

911 Values continue to drop back.

Just as we predicted, 911 SC values continue to drop, which is why we never hold these models.

The lofty days of 2015/2016 are a distant memory for the humble 911SC, when prices were pushing $155,000 at one point. Now AU$80,000 will secure a good car in the market, or a lot less through our Collector contacts.

We recall purchasing SC's for under $20,000 in 2014 and 2015, sending them to the U.K. and doubling our return, whilst values skyrocketed in Australia. Then values dropped as Collector's offloaded these cars.

That is why we only Invest in certain cars !.

Click here to see this 911 SC for $74,000

Collectible Car Motorsport booming in 2020

by MOTORSPORT MAGAZINE | August 17, 2020

 

Collectible Car Motorsport booming in 2020

As 2020 finds some sort of direction Collectible Car Motorsport is bursting at the seams

There are now so many events that have so many cars entered, that organisers are having to turn people away. As interest in Collectible, Classic and Modern Classic Cars simply booms, interest in racing these sometimes multi-million dollar cars rises also.

Click here to read this Article

Rapidly rising values and appeal ensure Lotus have launched a Certificate of Provenance Programme.

by CARSCOOPS | August 12, 2020

 

Rapidly rising values and appeal ensure Lotus have launched a Certificate of Provenance Programme.

Anyone studying the Collectible Car Industry would have seen that Lotus were always a major player.

Lotus were however missing one thing. Yes, they had the greatest power to weight handling, braking and performing road cars, and yes many of their cars looked simply awesome, although where was the Provenance ?. Whilst Ferrari, Porsche, Jaguar Land Rover and even Mazda all have Provenance Progamme's, Lotus never did. Now they have joined the other marques at the top of the tree in the Collectible Car Industry.

Click here to read this Article

Up and up go Lotus Esprit's, just as we predicted....... This great car is $139,000 (£75,995)

by CAR and CLASSIC | August 11, 2020

 

Up and up go Lotus Esprit's, just as we predicted....... This great car is $139,000 (£75,995)

Precisely as we predicted, Lotus Esprit S1's continue their meteoric rise.

Get into Collectible Cars or Gold...........The only two asset classes that are rising. All other Investments are going backwards, or are about to.

Click here to see this great $139.000 Esprit.

R32 GTR's now at $130,000, even with over 100,000 kms indicated on the odometer..

by CARSALES | August 9, 2020

 

R32 GTR's now at $130,000, even with over 100,000 kms indicated on the odometer..

Up go the GTR R32's, as we all knew they would. Do you remember when they were $30,000 in 2018, and $55,000 in 2019 ?.

Whilst the R32's took a little longer to mature than first anticipated, they got there in the end !. These cars will now plateau in value, having hit their peak.  As we all know, the R34's went absolutely interplanetary on value, with the last V-Spec II that know of changing Collector's for slightly under $382,000. Whilst our Collector contacts always pay a higher figure for the "right" cars, and never ever purchase from advertisements, this advertised car gives a little glimpse into what the market is doing. There are 47 other cars just about to take off, and so call for details. 

Click here to see this great R32 GTR for $129,990

Over $100,000 now for Evo 6.5.

by CARSALES | August 8, 2020

 

Over $100,000 now for Evo 6.5.

Why have we invested heavily in certain Japanese Collectible Cars ?.

Because every car we have is experiencing massive growth over a 6 month period.

Every Collector is aware of the "Beasts from the East", and are currently investing in certain makes and models in a major way. A great Evo 6.5 could have been yours for $50,000 in 2019. Now they are double that figure, and whilst they will now plateau in value, having hit their peak. they are still great to own. We have always purchased certain Evolution Lancer's, along with many other Japanese rocketships that are just about to start their rapid rise. Call now to get in before the car were "Gonna" buy just doubles in value before you're very eyes, as these cars have.

Click here to see this awesome Evo 6.5 Makinen

SOLD for $241,000. A great Subaru WRX.

by SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS | August 6, 2020

 

SOLD for $241,000. A great Subaru WRX.

Up, up, and away for Collectible Car prices, particularly the hand selected Japanese Classics that we purchase.

Over the past 14 months we were out amassing a multitude of very specific Japanese Collectibles in readiness for the boom that was always coming. These cars will now plateau in value, having hit their peak.

Now that the boom has arrived, certain makes and models have now doubled in value since May, 2019, with some seeing even greater gains . Call now to find out which ones are just about to take off (Before they rise !).

Click here to see this great $241,000 WRX.

UP 18.6%. in 5 mths. The HIGHEST grossing auction EVER for Silverstone Classic Car Auction.

by SILVERSTONE AUCTIONS | August 5, 2020

 

UP 18.6%. in 5 mths. The HIGHEST grossing auction EVER for Silverstone Classic Car Auction.

As the world flocks into Gold and Collectible Cars, sales of Classic Cars are absolutely booming.

Yes, as the astute investors look for solid, tangible assets that are not controlled by banks, the stock market, governments or strange powers, Collectible Car values are absolutely booming. A Subaru 22B Sti sold for AU$241,000 (£130,500), and a Porsche 928 sold in automatic form for AU$98,950 (£53,438). A Lamborghini Miura made AU$3,510,000 (£1.9 million). These cars show a 18.6% rise in value since the 1st of March, 2020, just 5 months ago.

Click here to read this great Article

Gold is up almost 30%, continuing it's rise toward $2,000, along with Collectible Cars.

July 30, 2020

 

Gold is up almost 30%, continuing it's rise toward $2,000, along with Collectible Cars.

Yes, it is definitely all in things that people can hold....................or drive.

This article by the ABC News's "The Business" programme outlines the future for gold, as only "Safe Haven" investment assets boom. Real assets that can be touched, held or driven. As we outlined in our news article of the 19th of July, gold is likely to double in value through this crisis. Our Collectible Cars will continue their rise of 11.6% since the 1st of March, 2020.

Click here to see the ABC's report on gold.

The boom in Classic Car Restoration in Australia

 

The boom in Classic Car Restoration in Australia

This Sydney Morning Herald news article explains why we do what we do.

As the article says, when the right cars are purchased in the right way, serious money is made. That is why we started with one Lotus Elan restoration in 2013, and now have 5 factories full of Collectible Cars across 3 continents, ALL rising sharply in value every day. Call now to get you're own Super Fund started with the right cars.

Click here to read this great Article by the Sydney Morning Herald

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