The Practical Classics Restoration and Classic Car Show sets more world record prices
It has happened again. Following on from the 2016 Race Retro Silverstone Auction, this latest auction has again set world record prices.
Good Advice from Paul Murrell
This great news article from last year explains why expert guidance is required.
From all the telephone calls we have received in the last few days, and with 30 years in the Industry, we know that many lovely people will purchase cars that do not have growth in them, just for the sake of getting into the market.
Please call us for guidance......
ABC television shows second Classic Cars News item in 10 days
Tonight ABC televsion aired their second news item regarding the new ''Classic Car Boom'' in Australia, as it was termed. This feature followed up on the Auction results of the first news item.
Lotus's wonderful Elan, the timeless Aston Martin, and Jaguar's E-Type all find favour with Paul Michaels
As we predicted, Lotus's are on the move now, in keeping with the other incredible British Classics Cars.
Classic Car prices have risen 487% over the past decade according to the latest HAGI report.
We all know that Classic Cars are outsrtipping every other Investment Category, and this latest report show us the exact statistics.
ABC television is the first to recognise the boom in Australian Classic Car prices
Following the last few years of articles on our website, ABC Television in Australia is about to become the first mainstream channel to recognise the movement. The show airs at 7.30 p.m. tonight..........
Why are stocks, shares and property so far behind Classic Cars in terms of ROI ?.
This article written by the Financial website of the year exposes the facts on various forms of investment. Guess which comes out on top ?.
Interest grows in Classic Cars from top Investment Houses
Enrique Liberman from Bowles, Liberman and Newman explains why even more Investors are putting their money into Classic Cars.
Throughout November Classic Car Auction prices boomed again, with a Ford Escort selling for the World Record price of £60,188 (AU$125.391)
Now is undoubtedly the time to buy, for all of those ''Maybe One Day'' purchasers from earlier this year. Prices are again on the rise.
An Aston Martin DB4 GT sells for AU$18.3 Million.
There has been so much said about the Classic Car Industry lately that it is great to see thet records are continuing to be set.
After 2 years of our guidance regarding Classic Car Investing, Australia now joins us in making money.
The Classic Car Boom has been running for a while now, although did not catch on in Australia, until now. Now many are embracing it, although are they too late ?. Here are Peter Briggs' thoughts.
Classic Cars outperform Global Stocks
Research from Coutts Bank back in August of this year has revealed that Classic Cars have experienced more growth over the past 12 months than stocks and shares, yielding 40% over the period.
Why do people come to us for advice on which Classic Cars to purchase ?
Just as with all forms of Investment, the Classic Car world is one of very, very specialist knowledge. Here is why......
The New Zealand perspective on the Classic Car Boom
Every country seems to universally agree on the Hit List of Classic Cars that are currently rising in value every day
40% growth in Classic Car values in 2014 (Coutts Bank figures)
Coutts Bank, the holder of the Queen of England's account, has commented upon the continuing growth in Classic Car values, and draws comparisons with other wealth creation mechanisms.