The New Zealand perspective on the Classic Car Boom
Every country seems to universally agree on the Hit List of Classic Cars that are currently rising in value every day
40% growth in Classic Car values in 2014 (Coutts Bank figures)
Coutts Bank, the holder of the Queen of England's account, has commented upon the continuing growth in Classic Car values, and draws comparisons with other wealth creation mechanisms.
Ferrari only receives one mention in The Street's Top Ten cars to acquire
Only one Ferrai has made the Top Ten cars to acquire list, with many of their other choices being very interesting.
Why do we stock E-Types, Mercedes Pagoda's and Aston Martin's ?. Read why
There are many Classic Cars to choose from, except some are appreciating much faster than others. Read this article to see why we buy the Classic Cars that we do.....
Do you own a car that rises in value, or sinks by 40% ?.
Almost all genuine Classic Cars rise in value, while current cars fall massively, Which do you have ?.
5 Classic Cars that we should have bought 5 years ago include the Mercedes Pagoda
The classy Mercedes-Benz 230-280SL Pagoda has made Hagerty's list for cars that we all should have purchased 5 years ago.
Classic car values have risen by 500% over the last 10 years according to the latest HAGI statistics
Now that everyone knows that Classic Car values are booming, who does one turn to for the correct information on which cars to purchase ?
10 Classic Cars that Motoring Research believe are the ones to purchase
There are of course many Classic Cars to choose when making your investment. Here are the ones that Motoring Research feel are the right cars.
The Pension Fund rule change on the 6th of April thus yare has flooded the Classic Cars Industry with cash, and so what are the early trends ?.
James May's Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera sells for £50,000
Bonhams Auction at last weekend's Goodwood Festival of Speed returned high yields for many Classic Cars, including James May's Porsche Carrera.
The top 10 classic Cars to buy.
Tim Pitt looks into the profits being made in Classic Cars, and which ones to choose now in 2015.
From £8 Million to £25 Million
As everyone knows, we are experiencing the highest growth in Classic Car prices in history, and it all looks set to continue.
Financial Times's Classic Car Investment Seminar on the 19th of May, 2015
The global leader in financial investment advice, the Financial Times, now regards the Classic Car movement so seriously that they are running a Seminar on the subject. Given that the new world record for the sale of a Classic Car has now been set at £20 million, the Financial Times now views investment in the rarest and most sought after makes and models as a far wiser option than property, fine art or gold.
The Lotus Carlton was ahead of it's time......way ahead.
For those that appreciate the brilliance of utilising power to weight ratio's, this equation from Lotus and Vauxhall was exceptional.
Audi Quattro finally hits sale price of $401,500
The infamous Audi Quattro has finally gained the recogntion that it deserves, and hit $410,500 at auction in January. Just ahead of it's 35th Anniversary, the gain is well-timed.