Shelby Cobra Barn Find up for auction at $1.4 Million
A 1964 Shelby AC Cobra 289 Barn Find is coming up for auction at Gooding and Company, Scottsdale in the U.S.A. for those of you that are keen to resore a genuine AC to it's former glory. The bidding is expected at around $1.4 Million.
Ferrari Testarossa expected to achieve £130-£150,000 at auction
A Ferrari Testarossa with just 955 miles on the odomater is coming up at the next auction conducted by Silverstone Auctions, and is being sold with the original Cartier watch that came with the car when new.
James May and Adrian Newey both graced the new London Classic Car Show last weekend
The new London Classic Car Show was a great success by all accounts, being held across last weekend. Here are some of the cars that were on show.
The $10 Million Mercedes 500K that vanished
This is the story from a couple of years ago of how one of the rarest Mercedes ever to be built, disappeared.
430% Growth from Classic Cars appears unrivalled
An article written less than one month ago again reinforces the findings of the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index.
Founder of The Classic Car Fund unlikely to bid on any of the $18,000,000 French Barn Find cars
Filippo Pignatti Morano said that although discoveries like this are rare, he may not bid on any of the $18 Million Baillon Collection when they come up for Auction in France on February the 6th.
Le Mans winning Ferrari 275 GTB predicted to sell for £4 Million in January 2015
A Ferrari 275 GTB Gran Turismo Berlinetta Competizione Scaglietti that won it's class in the 1967 Le Mans event, is being auctioned in January.
This interesting article from 2008 concluded that the Classic Car Boom that we are in WAS sustainable. Clearly absolutely right.
The article was written by the Institute of the Motor Industry back in 2008, and discussed whether the "New" boom that was all around everyone then, was sustainable. Clearly it was and is, with prices two to three times greater than reported then.
700% growth over 10 years for the Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS
Porsche's 911 Carrera 2.7 RS has just hit the big time as an investment, by returning 700% over 10 years. This article by American Hard Assets explians.
Another Classic Car Fund is now available, with investments commencing at £50,000
The PHD Classic Car Fund is now available to those that understand the growth in the Classsic Car Industry, and wish to be right at the front of the action.
Classic Cars found to be the best investment of 2014 according to 2 new reports
According to new reports by Knight Frank and Douglas Elliman, Classic Cars have outstripped all other forms of investment, at 469% over 10 years.
What is making a Lotus Esprit list for $1 Million on eBay ?.
So just what is it that is making the Classic Cars of the 1980's rise so fast ?. The bedroom wall scenario could be part of it.........
Aston Martins are 2nd and 3rd on the Top Ten Wheeler Dealers Investment list.
Why do we buy endless Aston Martin's ?. Because anything Aston Martin with a "DB" after it rises in value dramatically. The Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS is at number 1, having gone from £65,000 to £450,000 in 10 years.
"My Porsche has gone from £8,000 to 80,000"
Amidst the unstoppable 15 year rise of Classic Car Sale Values, some owners may be losing touch with the real "New" worth of their chosen Investment.
"New" Classics from £1 Million (AU.1.82 Million) roar back into the lead
The "New" Jaguar E-Type's, Jensen Interceptor, Morgan and Caterham are leading the way for those wanting to drive a Classic Car every day as an alternative to today's cars.