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A forgotten Group B car ideal for the massive rise in Historic Motorsport

by WILL BROADHEAD for PETROLICIOUS | December 4, 2021

 

A forgotten Group B car ideal for the massive rise in Historic Motorsport

Whilst most people think of the Audi Quattro S2, the Peugeot 205 T16, or the Lancia 037, there was a less well known 2WD car, that is loads of fun.

Mazda were never really well known for their rallying exploits, with the only major contender being the 323 Familia 4WD. The Group B RX7 was a great 2WD rally car with a great chassis, a really low centre of gravity, and overall light weight. This article explains more.......

Click here to read this great Petrolicious article

Up 91% for Iso Grifo and down 6.3% for Ferrari 275 GTB

 

Up 91% for Iso Grifo and down 6.3% for Ferrari 275 GTB

Up and up go our Investment Cars.

The trusty and reliable market movement is to be found once again on page 17 of the November, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars. It would appear that all of our cars have risen in value yet again over the preceding 3 month period. Whilst much of Russ's report relates to the United Kingdom market, values have actually risen much more rapidly in Australia as well as other countries. 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 the TVR 350i has now finally seen value gains, utilising the trusty Rover V8 engine, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has continued as we have predicted so many times, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Iso Grifo                                                                                 Up 91%

TVR 350i Convertible                                                        Up 91%

Ferrari 250 GT Swb (alloy panels)                                Up 11%

BMW M5 (E34)                                                                      Up 33%

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 72 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 275 GTB (steel panels)                                      Down 6.3%

Ferrari 512M                                                                         Down 5.1%

McLaren F1                                                                           Down 6.7%

Porsche 968 Sport                                                             Down 4.0%

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 6 months.

Up 250-350% for some cars, as this Business article in CNA states.

 

Up 250-350% for some cars, as this Business article in CNA states.

Whilst the REAL gains are for cars not listed in this article, the theme is appropriate.

Pamela explains why most people think that cars DROP in value....................and how the cars that we invest in rise significantly instead !.

Click here to read this Article in CNA

5 reasons why our Collectible Cars continue to explode in value/price.

by ROSARIO TRIOLIO for DRIVETRIBE | November 22, 2021

 

5 reasons why our Collectible Cars continue to explode in value/price.

There are essentially just 5 reasons why this asset class will always out-perform all others.

Find out why nobody wishes to drive a Hoover.

Click here to read this great summary by Drivetribe

UP 99% for Opel Monza in October data, with Silvia's up 52%.

 

UP 99% for Opel Monza in October data, with Silvia's up 52%.

Our Investment Cars just keep rising...............

As reported on page 17 of the October, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have risen in value yet again, although we of course, have moved onto the next group of risers.

It is great to see that this report has noted the jump in Ford Escort Cosworth's, by 33%. They have a little further to go, and so we have held onto a couple of these great cars.

Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine, with the expected massive drop for the Porsche 911S (31%), as they are just too old and unloved now, and were always over-valued :

The rising Collectible Cars

Opel Monza Coupe                                                               Up 99%

BMW M535i                                                                              Up 31%

Nissan Silvia S12                                                                   Up 52%

Toyota Celica ST 1.6/2.0                                                     Up 40%

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 360 Modena                                                               Down 4.0%

Ferrari 575 M Maranello                                                      Down 5.2%

Aston Martin V8 Coupe                                                        Down 4.0%

Porsche 911 S                                                                          Down 31%

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 72 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 3 months, as the market is moving very fast now.

UP 65% for Rover, Lotus up 25 %, Alfa and Nissan up over 33%. Many Ferrari's DOWN as usual.

 

UP 65% for Rover, Lotus up 25 %, Alfa and Nissan up over 33%. Many Ferrari's DOWN as usual.

The boom in the values of our Investment Cars continues...............

As reported on page 17 of the September, 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 the Rover SDI has now finally seen value gains, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has continued as we have predicted many, many times, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Rover Vitesse SDI TP                                                              Up 65%

Alfa Romeo GTV V6 Cup                                                        Up 30%

Lotus Elan Plus 2                                                                     Up 25%

Nissan Skyline GT-R R33                                                       Up 33%

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 72 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 308 GTB grp                                                                 Down 2.5%

Ferrari 365 GTC                                                                         Down 3.3%

Lamborghini 400 GT                                                               Down 5.1%

Porsche Carrera 3.2 Supersport                                        Down 6.3%

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 6 months.

Is this Datsun 240Z one of the nicest Restomods ?

by WILL BROADHEAD for PETROLICIOUS | November 7, 2021

 

Is this Datsun 240Z one of the nicest Restomods ?

Restomods are rapidly becoming a part of the Collectible Car Industry, and the quality is becoming exceptional.

This enhanced Datsun 240Z is a very fine piece of work, and as this Petrolicious news item eludes to, it is a result of love for the product rather than "work" in the socially understood way. Read and enjoy this great editorial......

Click here to read this great Petrolicious news Article

Which 4WD Turbo Modern Classic is just about to double in value ?.

by SUPERCAR SECRETS | November 2, 2021

 

Which 4WD Turbo Modern Classic is just about to double in value ?.

We have purchased another batch of great Investment Cars that will boom.

Which ones are the ones that will double in value (probably more) in the next 3-4 months ?

Call now to find out.

Autocar Magazine reports "The Classic Car Market is booming". Get into the best game in town NOW.

by JOHN EVANS for AUTOCAR MAGAZINE | October 24, 2021

 

Autocar Magazine reports

As we all know, prices are seeing unprecedented gains, for certain cars.

As we also all know, anything that is reported as "News" has already risen in value and will NOT see any further gain. That is why we purchase Collectible Cars 4-6 months before they show any sign of rising. Get in now to capitalise on the Covid-19 boom.

Click here to read this Article

Will Colin McRae's first WRX make over $1 Million ?.

 

Will Colin McRae's first WRX make over $1 Million ?.

Following on from the sale of the Richard Burns WRX on the 30th of May this year for $1.2 Million, this should be another great sale.

With the increasing interest in Collectible Race and Rally Cars, all eyes will be on  this auction.......

Click here to read this Article

Shirley Edwards-Langford and Mark Haybittle talk about Classic Cars on the ABC

by ABC NEWS with Indira Naidoo | October 17, 2021

 

Shirley Edwards-Langford and Mark Haybittle talk about Classic Cars on the ABC

As Collectible Cars are rising so fast as a fun and lucrative asset class, Shirley and Mark talk about their great passion for these awesome cars.

This particular ABC radio session focusses on Microcars, such as the Goggomobile, the Isetta, the Heinkel bubble car and the Bond Bug 700 ES.

The Bond Bug 700 ES shown sold for $54,700 (£29,582) at Anglia Car Auctions.

Click here to hear this ABC Radio session.

Up 280% for Classic Car Asset Class in AFR Asia and New World Wealth Report

by CLEOFE MACEDA for ZAWYA | October 11, 2021

 

Up 280% for Classic Car Asset Class in AFR Asia and New World Wealth Report

"The best performing asset class" is how this report has found the Collectible Car Industry.

Whilst this report has focussed on a small number of Blue Chip vehicles, the REAL growth is in cars that are of much, much lower values as we all know.

Click here to read this Article

SOLD for $769,000................For a Nissan Skyline

by GREG INGOLD for HAGERTY | October 10, 2021

 

SOLD for $769,000................For a Nissan Skyline

If anyone had ever said that a Nissan Skyline would sell for over $750,000 just a year ago, they would have been laughed out of town..........

Yet here it is, and whilst it is a V-Spec II Nr, it is still a Nissan. And yes the mileage is low, although it is still a Nissan. The Collectible Car Industry has come a long way.

Certain older Lancers are now the most expensive Mitsubishi's on Carsales.com.au, and are heading towards $150,000, with the next batch of super rare special editions that we are now purchasing to exceed that figure in coming months.

These cars are not Ferrari's or Porsche's, as those marques will NEVER see growth like the cars that we are currently purchasing.

Enjoy the read, and get into the asset class with an absolutely massive upside..............When exactly the right make, model, version, colour and trim option are selected.

Click here to see this great $769,000 Nissan Skyline

Evo 6.5's now at almost $130,000

by GUMTREE | October 7, 2021

 

Evo 6.5's now at almost $130,000

As we all know, certain Collectible Cars are currently achieving amazing returns, with Mitsubishi's Evo 6.5 being no exception.

Looking through many of our previous News Items during 2020, it is very clear to see that we were purchasing these cars for less than $30,000 in 2019/2020. The rise of ALL of the Collectible Cars that we invest in is common knowledge overseas, and is becoming THE new asset class in Australia. The gain is SO much greater than property, as all astute investors know.

Click here to see this great Evo 6.5 for $128,880

Back above $20 Million for one of the ten most expensive cars sold in 2021 so far.....

by TOP CLASSIC CAR AUCTIONS | October 6, 2021

 

Back above $20 Million for one of the ten most expensive cars sold in 2021 so far.....

After 3 years, we are back on a roll heading upwards from $20 Million.

This great list of cars includes an iconic Shelby Cobra, a McLaren F1, a Jaguar D-Type, and some other notable Collectibles.

Click here to read this Article

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