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Corsa UP 93%.

 

Corsa UP 93%.

As so many Collectible Cars continue to rise in value, now even some humble mainstream cars are now seeing great gains

Many people ask us are Classic Cars still going up in value ?, and the answer is of course "Yes" for certain makes and models.

For example and as this article states, up go the Corsa, Renault Megane, Ford Mondeo, Peugeot 307, along with several others....

Click here to read about the great gains in value of these cars

What is the best Classic Car to Invest in ?

by SUPERCAR SECRETS | November 2, 2023

 

What is the best Classic Car to Invest in ?

The best Classic Cars to invest in are the ones that tick all of our boxes.

Sometimes it is rather difficult to tick every box, although 9 times out of 10 we do. There are hundreds of pieces to the jigsaw puzzle that go into what makes these car values rise, and our time-proven formula wins every single time. There was a time when we had a few misses, although not any more. 

Now it is all about Profit, Profit, Profit.

Call us to find out how you can start with a few thousand dollars.

Topspeed reports that now is the best time to invest in Collectible Cars

by YASSER VIRIJ ALAHWAL for TOPSPEED | October 16, 2023

 

Topspeed reports that now is the best time to invest in Collectible Cars

Why Monterey has made NOW the best time to invest in Collectible Cars

By way of an example, this article informs us that a 1967 Ferrari 412 P, which was estimated at $40 million by Bonhams, garnered only $30.2 million. As this article states, this shift raises the knowledge that now would be the time to venture into classic car investments, as we have been doing for over 20 years now.

So, are Classic Cars a good investment at the moment ?. Well of course, when we select the exact make and model is selected that all of our Collectors are yearning for.

Click here to read this news article from Topspeed

UP 65% as this U.K. Editorial states, for 1970's Collectible Cars

by GILES GUNNING for THE CLASSIC VALUER | September 28, 2023

 

UP 65% as this U.K. Editorial states, for 1970's Collectible Cars

As this Editorial from Classic Car Valuer show us, many Classic Cars rose by 22.5% in value in one year.

This August 2023 article is the mid-year report from Classic Car Valuer, and shows graphically as well as within the text just how meteoric the rise in Collectible/Classic Car values can be WHEN one selects the right make, model  and version (along with over 50 other criteria).

Click here to read about the 65% rise in 1970's cars

What classic cars sell the most ?

by SUPERCAR SECRETS | September 6, 2023

 

What classic cars sell the most ?

The world of classic cars is an incredibly diverse one, full of ones that are extremely popular, and ones that are less desired.

The method for sorting out which are the most saleable, and which are not is very simple, as all that anyone needs is 30 years off carefully assembled data !.

Click here to read why NOW is the perfect time to invest in classic cars

What makes a car a future classic ?

by SUPERCAR SECRETS | August 30, 2023

 

What makes a car a future classic ?

As a recent Washington Post news item stated "There are only so many of them, and even more people want to own one, complete with fraying upholstery, so there's no way for the market to increase supply".

This statement is so true, and one of literally hundreds of components that decide whether or not a Classic or Collectible Car will rise in value. Where there is a finite supply, the demand exceeds supply by 100 to 1, which is why the values only ever rise if the correct makes and models are selected, as we do here at Supercar Secrets.

Sometimes it is rather difficult to tick every box, although 9 times out of 10 we do. The many parts that make up the jigsaw puzzle that go into what makes these car values rise is a time-proven formula that wins every single time. There was a time when we had a few misses, although not any more. 

Now it is all about Profit, Profit, Profit.

Call us to find out how you can be part of this revolution.

Click here to read this Washington Post Article

700,000 cars now available for almost nothing !.

by RAC U.K. | August 22, 2023

 

700,000 cars now available for almost nothing !.

Now that the new ULEZ rules have become law in London, over 700,000 cars now have no value.

In a moment of total insanity, the Mayor of London has implemented the ULEZ scheme, effectively making any vehicles that are non-compliant worthless, which is fabulous for us !.

As Nicholas Lyes from the RAC said “We need more creativity from London’s Mayor and his team to help people out as the current scrappage scheme is akin to using a plughole to drain an Olympic-sized swimming pool – it’s simply not big enough for the scale of the job".

That said, we are just loving this new opportunity for collecting even more great Collectible Cars that do not comply with the rules.

Click here to read this RAC Article

UP 18% for the X300 XJR, and UP 17% for the Z8, whilst many Ferrari's DROP again.

 

UP 18% for the X300 XJR, and UP 17% for the Z8, whilst many Ferrari's DROP again.

Up up and away for Jaguar's flagship saloon, whilst many Ferrari's of a certain age drop (which is why we don't invest in them !).

Russ Smith's latest report shows some interesting results across the past 3 months on page 17 of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine. During this period a multitude of great cars achieved more than 11% over this past quarter, (44% for the year) now that higher temperatures are with the people of Europe have brought everyone out of hibernation. Within this October edition of the publication, many Ferrari's have dropped like stones again, with a whole range of higher value Porsche's and some Bentley models joining them in the loser's box. Some of this drop off is undoubtedly due to the age range of the cars listed.

There is just way too much to report on yet again this quarter, although briefly another great French hatchback makes another gain of 10% in 3 months, after plateauing for a while. This car was was ALWAYS going to take off, which is why we purchased so many of them prior to the first value rise .

Here a few examples of the cars that those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring WELL AFTER the growth has stopped ! :

The Collectible Cars that HAVE risen, and will now STOP their growth (Move onto the next 77 cars that have already doubled in value !)

Jaguar XJR X300                                            Up 18% in 3 months

BMW Z8                                                              Up 17% in 3 months

Volkswagen Golf Gti MK I                            Up 10% in 3 months

Peugeot 205 Gti 1.6                                       Up 10% in 3 months

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 77 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 250 GT Lusso                                      Down 7% in 3 months

Ferrari 250 GTE 2+2                                        Down 4.5% in 3 months

Ferrari 330 GTC                                                 Down 5.2% in 3 months

Ferrari 250 GT Cabrio SII                               Down 5.6% in 3 months

Call us now to discover the 77 cars that will double in value over the next 6 months.

Elfyn Evans wins the Secto Rally Finland WRC............again.

by WRC.COM | August 6, 2023

 

Elfyn Evans wins the Secto Rally Finland WRC............again.

Elfyn Evans does it again.........

In a stunning display of skill and total dominance, the Welsh WRC driver secured an emphatic win over all of his rivals in Finland for the second time, having won there back in 2021.

The weekend was a very tough one, with more than a few drivers succombing to the ever changing conditions.

Elfyn's WRC hopes of becoming the 2023 World Champion have have been re-ignited today.

Click here to read this Article 

AU$66 BILLION is the projected size of the Global Collectible Car market by 2024.

by STATISTA | August 4, 2023

 

AU$66 BILLION is the projected size of the Global Collectible Car market by 2024.

As we all know, the new asset class of Collectible Cars grows significantly every year.

Because more and more Investors are joining the only asset class with a constant upside, the market just keeps growing. This great set of statistics from Statista tells of how fast the growth is taking place.

Click here to read this great Article

Block (Afterpay) just keeps falling.

by THE MOTLEY FOOL | August 2, 2023

 

Block (Afterpay) just keeps falling.

Afterpay, after being acquired by Block, just keeps falling and falling.............

From the heady heights just 2 years ago of over $400 per share, the stock can now be purchased for less than $100.

Now THAT is a loss !.

In the meantime, specific hand-picked Collectible Cars just keep rising, and rising.

Click here to read this Article

Azimut targets $160 Million for Collectible Car Fund

 

Azimut targets $160 Million for Collectible Car Fund

Azimut has around $149 Billion in investment funds, and is now making the very wise choice to invest in Collectible Cars

As we all know, the returns in Collectible and Classic Cars are very significant, with Mr Medda from Azimut saying "The performance of vintage cars is tracked by an index since 2000 and it has been outstanding," noting that the value increased some 15 times.

Click here to read this Article

Greg Hoar still drives the car that he passed his driving test in almost 50 years ago.

by ALICE KNIGHT for ITV NEWS | July 26, 2023

 

Greg Hoar still drives the car that he passed his driving test in almost 50 years ago.

Yes, Greg is still driving the trusty Morris Minor that his grandmother purchased for £628 (AU$1,200).

How far we have all come, and how much the prices of these great cars have risen..........

Click here to read this fascinating Article

The Aston Martin Valour has been unveiled, with all of the 110 units sold at $1.9 Million each.

by SEAN CARSON for AUTO EXPRESS | July 22, 2023

 

The Aston Martin Valour has been unveiled, with all of the 110 units sold at $1.9 Million each.

These new Aston Martin Valour's will be completed later in 2023, and all are now sold.

As with all Build Slot cars, these cars have been sold by invitation, and so are now all accounted for.

The concept for the car is to return cars to what they are supposed to be...... a real driving experience.

The car features a 705 bhp V12 engine, and will achieve 100 kph in around 3 seconds via a 6 speed manual transmission, so the driver has to actually drive the car !.

Click here to read about this great new Aston Martin Valour

UP 50% for the 2300 HS, and UP 50% for Renault's R8/R10, with Ferrari 500 Superfast DOWN 8.5%

 

UP 50% for the 2300 HS, and UP 50% for Renault's R8/R10, with Ferrari 500 Superfast DOWN 8.5%

This quarter is really about Vauxhall, with a couple of their greatest cars finally seeing the sun, along with a lesser known awesome RS Cosworth.

Russ Smith's latest September, 2023 report shows some interesting results across the past 3 months on page 17 of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine. During this period a multitude of great cars achieved more than 10% over this past quarter, now that Summer has arrived in Europe. Naturally several Ferrari's have dropped again, with the 500 Superfast leading the way down 8.5%. Sadly a certain De Tomaso has joined them in the loser's box, no doubt due to the age of the cars and the audience.

There is just way too much to report on yet again this quarter, although another aweome British hatchback in the shape of a Reliant made great gains, with the Scimitar SE6/6a making 8.8 % in 3 months. This car was was ALWAYS going to take off soon, with it's 3 litre Capri engine and overdrive transmission.

Here a few examples of the cars that those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring WELL AFTER the growth has stopped :

The Collectible Cars that HAVE risen, and will now STOP their growth (Move onto the next 77 cars that have already doubled in value !)

Vauxhall 2300 HS                                              Up 58% in 3 months

Renault R8/R10                                                  Up 50% in 3 months

Vauxhall Astra GTE MK I                                  Up 27% in 3 months

Ford Sapphire RS Cosworth                          Up 13% in 3 months

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 77 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 500 Superfast                                          Down 8.5% in 3 months

Ferrari 400 Superamerica                                  Down 7.1% in 3 months

Porsche 356 Pre-A                                                 Down 6.7% in 3 months

De Tomaso Mangusta                                          Down 5.2% in 3 months

Call us now to discover the 77 cars that will realise greater gains than those listed above.

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