Jensen Interceptor gets flown to Dubai
The new owner of this fully restored Jensen Interceptor chose to fly this beautiful car to Dubai in an A380
Was $600,000 really a bargain price for a Toyota 2000GT ?
A Toyota 2000 GT was recently seen for just $600,000. Was it a bargain ?.
Is Quentin Wilson's latest tip correct ?.
Quentin Wilson, one of the two presenters on Channel 5's Classic Car Show has predicted that the Mercedes-Benz S500 will be one car to invest in now, before they go through the roof.
Classic Cars outperform the FTSE 100, Gold, and prime Central London Housing again
Andrew Shirley reported in the Wealth Report a few days ago following a review of 2014 data, that Classic Cars top the list of Luxury Investments yet again, although it would seem that Art is making a resurgence. The forthcoming incoming U.K. Pension Monies may well further boost these statistics.
UK's Financial website of the year reviews Classic Car Perfomance
So will the current Classic Car Boom end ?. If Steve Webb, the UK Pensions Minister's views are valid, almost certainly not, when he mentioned that pensioners should buy Lamborghini's.
Last DBS Aston Martin for just £25-£40,000 !!
The last production Aston Martin DBS Barn Find goes under the hammer in 8 days time at the Coys Spring Classics Sale, and is expected to achieve £25-£40,000. What a bargain.
4 Rally Cars worth £2.2 Million still in Father and Son court battle
Ernst Hrabalek claims that he only lent a collection of four Lancia Rally Cars to his car designer son Christian for a 2011 Car Show to boost his reputation in the industry. Now he wants the cars back..........
Ferrari's Testarossa, 512TR, and F512M have appreciated by up to £90,000 last year according to GQ.
Classic Car Investing is now well and truly in the mainstream. Following the recent Television news items on the BBC, now here is GQ Magazine reporting on the growth in Classic Car prices.
BBC News reports on the Classic Car Boom
Watch this video to see how the Classic Car Boom in Europe and the United Kingdom has now reached the top mainstream News Channels.
The story behind the Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for $16.2 million
As is now widely known, the infamous Baillon Collection sold on the 6th of February. The Ferrari 250 GTO sold for $16.2 Million alone, and so here is some of the story surrounding the car.
Barn Find collection sells for £20 Million
The French Barn Find collection of Roger Baillon went under the hammer last weekend, and sold for £20 Million. The collection comprised of many rusting relics, although there was one rather special Ferrari 250GT California Special amongst the cars.
Race Retro brings Rally Classics back to life again in 2015
If you live in the United Kingdom or Europe, it's that time of year again................ The time when Group B Rally Cars can be seen live in action again.
Another 365 days of rising values for Classic Cars
Keith Adams from Classic Car Weekly gives us his views on the year ahead, and the money to be made.
Why investing in your passion makes sense
This article from The Telegraph Newspaper in the United Kingdom explains why investing in one's passion makes so much sense on today's market.
See the pre-auction video of the now infamous Baillon Collection in France
Now that we all know that the Baillon collection is up for Auction on February the 6th, 2015, let's have a look at these amazing Barn Finds...........