This Forbes Wealth news article entitled "Burning Money" from last year explains why astute investors never purchase new cars.
Read, learn, and then find out from us which Collectible Cars are booming in value
This 1965 GT350R now becomes the world's most expensive Mustang
This Mustang has officially beaten the $4.75 Million sale price that was set by the Bullitt Mustang back in January, 2020, a car that was also sold with Mecum. Apparently Peter Brock once drove this car.
As we all know, the two "Safe Haven" assets are Gold and Collectible Cars......
In times of trouble, Investors have always flocked into Gold and Classic Cars. However this time, Peter O’Connor from Shaw and Partners said this morning that Gold is set to rise past it's current 9 year high, and just keep going to infinity. The Bank of America is also saying that Gold will rally at a higher rate than ever before. Up and up go all our cars, yet again !!. Call us now to join in, or just miss out yet again !.
Whilst this latest Continuation car from Aston Martin is somewhat more expensive than the DB4 Continuations that we have personally experienced, the DB5 Goldfinger is packed with some rare and exotic goodies.
The car is of course a "Track Day Only" car, although this does not detract from this outstanding build. As with all things Aston Martin, there is a feeling that one gets when driving one of these cars. The legacy, the heritage and that fantastic smell of several cow hides is just unrivalled with lesser Collectible Cars. It is just an Aston Martin thing, in the same way as one falls in love with Lotus's. Proper cars.
Call now to get into a Collectible Car with massive growth ahead of it in under 12 months.
With Global values of Collectible Cars rising fast, it is no wonder that more countries are coming on board.
The hearwarming part of the new growth in India is that many of the new Investors are under 35 years of age, and so some are able to see beyond their smartphones, WhatsApp and Facebook. Add to this that women are choosing to embrace real Investments, and this news is just great to hear.
Back in 2018, just 22 months ago, we purchased several Starion's for an average of $7,500. They can now be seen at $40,000, and more.
As with ALL of the Collectible Cars that we purchase before they take off, there is massive growth. That is why we do what we do. The rise in the values of a wide range of Japanese Collectible Cars was always going to be a big one, and so we grabbed everything that we knew would boom, including many of the early sought after cars. You can share in the growth of these great cars by calling us.
These two great mass-produced cars were well ahead of their time.
With the MR2 being one of the few mass produced mid-engined cars (albeit transverse !), the car was so far ahead in terms of technology. The car had electric power steering back in 1992, 4 wheel discs, and a removeable glass targa top if requested. Yes, the early ones did swap ends when pushed really hard into a bend, which just added to the fun. The Trueno (Also known as the AE86 GT-S) was such a well balanced conventional layout car that it became the Rally and Race Car of choice for many.
Now that Collectible Car interest is absolutely booming again, so are the numbers of cars that people are desperate to invest in.
Certain specific versions of the Jaguar MKII had a major boom during the previous meteoric rise of Collectible Car values, and now in 2020, during the post COVID panic, here we go again..........
The latest Aston Martin DB5' s have now sold out, as the rush to be part of the new boom in Collectible Cars continues.
Anyone wanting an Aston Martin Works car will just have to wait until the release of another model !.
We have seen so many "Claytons" Escort RS2000's that look just like the real thing, although happily, this is NOT one of them.
The Ford Escort RS2000 was legendary almost as soon as it first rolled off the production line, and has continued to be so. The car was nimble, quick, and most of all, was great fun to drive sideways. A proper car.
As the Formula 1 season continues without turning a wheel, the fallout begins.
Whilst the woes of Williams have been happening for a while, the £13 Million loss for 2019 has helped to seal the fate of this troubled team. The group went into 2020 very much on the back foot, and then COVID-19 put them even further behind, resulting in the termination of the Rockit sponsorship.
£73,700 for a 911 SC Targa is a LOT to pay, especially at an online auction, and with 9 years of history missing.
As a sign of just how buoyant the Collectible Car Industry has become since the 1st of March this year, this COVID-19 led boom is even picking up unwanted cars that previously had no followers.
Even the car with $134,000 profit in it has topped out on value gain, whilst the 4 that are flying will continue for some time.
This news article demonstrates the incredible power of Collectible Car Investing, a power which is very well known to all of our Investors. The article also shows how many "would be if they could be" Investors could get it SO WRONG, by purchasing Investment Cars at the top of their value cycle. Serious knowledge is required with Collectible Car Investing, which only comes from the massive Collector Connection Network that we have. The car with $480,000 profit in it is subject to discussion, as there is some confusion with regard to the variations of this model !. Obviously, and due to "confusion", we NEVER purchase from advertisements, auctions, or anywhere online !.
Whilst the CBA has predicted a drop of up to 32% in house prices, we know that this will be much greater.
When people lose jobs, they cannot pay their Mortgage. This causes the mean house price to drop a little, and then more people become aware of the drop, and race to sell their house before prices drop further. Then they have to lower the price to make a sale. Then the prices drop some more, and so more people rush in to sell. Then prices drop again, and the cycle repeats. Thankfully Collectible Cars go the OTHER WAY, and will continue to rise beyond the 4.2% gain that has already occurred.
As this report states, Collectible Cars are doing exactly what they did through every Recession - Gaining momentum.
Just as the values of "everyday" cars have plummeted 20% since the 1st of March, 2020, ALL of our the specialist cars that we have invested in have RISEN by 4.2% over the same period.
Get in now before another range of cars become the cars that you were "Gonna buy" !. We hear 10 or more tales of "The cars that I should have bought" every single day.