Inaugural event set to share expert knowledge on classic car market
By: Steve Linden
Any regular reader of this column will know that I have long advised collectors to buy a classic car because they want it, and to “leave the investing to the investors.”
By: Hank Coleman
Is investing in the classic car market the next big thing? If so, is it right for you?
Financial Times, UK
By: Lucy Warwick-Ching
The Telegraph, UK
By: Ben Martin
Coutts found that so-called "passion investments" climbed 77pc since 2005.
The Gentlemen's Journal, USA
Warren Buffett once said, “I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.” Today his wealth is estimated at $47 billion, making him the world’s third richest person.
By: Stephanie Ott
If investing in credit default swaps or commodity derivatives doesn't exactly fill your heart with a sense of wonder and excitement, then a product with a little more va-va-voom could be a surprisingly viable alternative: vintage cars.
Fox News, USA
By: Rob Sass
Here are some of our favorite killings in the classic car market
The Independent, UK
By: Simon Read
Prices are racing ahead and vintage vehicles can even get you a tax break
THE Guardian Newspaper, UK
By: Terry Macalister
Forget stocks and shares, the FT and the London Stock Exchange: the truly savvy investor is buying up classic cars, reading Octane.
Forbes Magazine, USA
By: Carla Passino
A recent study by global real estate advisor Knight Frank discovered that cars like Ferraris, Bugattis and Bentleys increased their value by 21% over the last six months and by 28% over the last year. By comparison, prime real estate in central London grew by 7% in the last 12 months and gold saw a 23% decline.