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Cash in the Garage............

by VANARAMA | January 5, 2022

 

Cash in the Garage............

Another view on the gains with Collectible Cars, with graphs.

Whilst the Collectible Cars that we choose are all the ones that will rise very significantly in value across the next 3-6 months, this article from Vanarama still highlights the gains to be made even if the purchaser has only very basic knowledge of this Industry.

Click here to read this Article from Vanarama

Happy New Year 2022.

January 1, 2022

 

Happy New Year 2022.

To all of our valued friends and colleagues, Happy New Year !

Following on from these amazing years of massive growth in the Collectible Cars arena, let's embrace a wonderful future.

Up 94% for Mazda's RX7 S1, 45% for the Scimitar GT as well as a 20% gain for the Volvo 240 !.

 

Up 94% for Mazda's RX7 S1, 45% for the Scimitar GT as well as a 20% gain for the Volvo 240 !.

As proof that a rising tide lifts all boats, even the Volvo 240 is up 20% across the past quarter.

As we all know, all Collectible Cars rise in value at some point, and so the game is all about grabbing the ones that rise the fastest, by the greatest amount. Resultantly, we purchase all the cars that we know will grow very rapidly in 3-6 months, BEFORE they end up on the list that Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine so dilligently compiles from a huge range of sources.  The data on page 17 of the January, 2022 issue has just hit the shelves, and as always the information is very revealing. Whilst much of Russ Smith's report relates to the United Kingdom market, values have actually risen much, much more rapidly in Australia as well as other countries.

Notably, it is great to the that the Audi Quattro Turbo is experiencing it's third boom (up11%), after flatlining for the past two (2) years, and the Jaguar MKII 3.8 is also going the same way after it's flatline period (up18%).  Naturally, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has continued as we have spoken of often, with the Porsche 911 Turbo (964) DOWN 10% leading the way, with the Lamborghini 350GT/400 International following close behind, with a DROP of 5.7%. That is why we move these cars onto new custodians..........fast !. Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Mazda RX7 Series 1                                                                           Up 94%

Hillman Hunter GLS                                                                          Up 20%

Reliant Scimitar GT SE4                                                                  Up 45%

Volvo 240                                                                                               Up 20%

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 84 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 250 GT Cabrio S1                                                                 Down 4.1%

Mercedes Benz SLK 230K                                                               Down 5.9%

Lamborghini 350                                                                               Down 5.7%

Porsche 911 Turbo (964)                                                                Down 10%

Call us now to discover which cars will almost double in value over the next 3-6 months.

Evo IX's now up to $135,000.

by CARSALES | December 26, 2021

 

Evo IX's now up to $135,000.

As certain selected Japanese Collectible Cars gain momentum, it is great to see that Evo IX's are well in the race to the top.

Any Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is a great car, although some are greater than others. There is also an Evolution V listed for a little under $100,000.

Just 7 weeks ago the highest asking price for an Evolution IX was $87,500. That is some rate of appreciation, and is the price that our Collector Contacts are now paying for these great cars.

Call now and get into the next boom cars before you cannot afford them either !!

Click here to see this great Evolution IX

Why Collectible Car values are booming

by WAYNE for WAYNE'S GARAGE | December 22, 2021

 

Why Collectible Car values are booming

This wonderful Australian article from Queensland explains the boom in Collectible Car Values Downunder.

Collectible Cars were always rising very fast compared to other Investments, although the Covid 19 Pandemic has supercharged the market in Australia for certain carefully selected cars. This article from Wayne's Garage explains why......

Click here to read this great Article from Wayne's Garage

Even bread and butter used cars are up 57% in value.

by MICHAEL RACE for BBC NEWS | December 21, 2021

 

Even bread and butter used cars are up 57% in value.

Whilst certain Collectible Cars always rise by much more than conventional cars, this new data is still unpredented.

The shortage of new cars along with the extremely disappointing range of new "plastic" cars has fuelled a massive movement towards proper well built cars.

Click here to read this BBC report

All statistics point to a continued boom in Collectible Car prices.

 

All statistics point to a continued boom in Collectible Car prices.

Whilst we never ever acquire cars from Auctions, some useful data comes from the online sales.

This report earlier this year states that the industry experts that they converse with predict an ongoing rise in the prices of Collectible Cars

Click here to read this great Motorious Article

RACQ says UP 40% in 12 months for Collectible Car prices in Australia.............

by RACQ MAGAZINE | December 18, 2021

 

RACQ says UP 40% in 12 months for Collectible Car prices in Australia.............

The reputable RACQ has reported that Collectible Car prices have risen by 40%.

Whilst our Investment Cars have risen by more, that is really only because we choose Global cars that appeal to a percentage of a world population rather than Local cars that are only acquired by a percentage of 25 Million people.

Click here to read this RACQ Article

Just $537,000 for this Range Rover Classic 4-door

by GREG POTTS for TOP GEAR MAGAZINE | December 15, 2021

 

Just $537,000 for this Range Rover Classic 4-door

As the early 2-door Range Rovers become unattainable for many, the rush is on to secure 4-doors. This great Range Rover began life as a 1993 LSE, and is available for only $537,000, now that it has had the Overfinch treatment.

With the prices of Suffix A and B Range Rover 2-doors skyrocketing as we knew they would (and why we acquired so many of our own), the 4-doors are the next to go. There are already examples selling for almost $70,000 in Australia.

Call us now for the next great investment opportunities, which now include certain vans !.

Click here to see this great Range Rover 4-door

UP 99% for the Holbay GLS, up 29% for Mitsubishi, up 17% for Lotus, DOWN 6.9% for Ferrari 250 GT.

 

UP 99% for the Holbay GLS, up 29% for Mitsubishi, up 17% for Lotus, DOWN 6.9% for Ferrari 250 GT.

The endless rise for our Investment Cars continues.

Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine has delivered awesome data yet again on page 17 of the December, 2021 issue. As always, all of our cars have risen in value significantly over the preceding 3 month period, as we only acquire cars that we know will rise rapidly, well before they actually do. Whilst much of Russ Smith's report relates to the United Kingdom market, values have actually risen much, much more rapidly in Australia as well as other countries. As is well known , we purchase cars for ourselves and for Investors 6-9 months before they hit the news.

Now that interest in certain specific models of Japanese Collectible Cars is rising, it is great to the that the Evo VI is now booming globally as we have predicted so, so many times. Naturally, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has continued as we have spoken of often, which is why when we purchase them, we move them on well BEFORE they drop.......quickly !. Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Lotus Esprit Turbo                                                                             Up 17%

Hillman Hunter GLS                                                                          Up 99%

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI                                                                 Up 29%

Renault Clio Williams                                                                       Up 26%

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 84 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 250 GT PF Coupe                                                                  Down 6.9%

Bentley R-Type Continental                                                           Down 2.8%

Fiat 124 Spyder                                                                                   Down 2.9%

Porsche 911 Carrera (996)                                                              Down 4.0%

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 6 months.

A forgotten Group B car ideal for the massive rise in Historic Motorsport

by WILL BROADHEAD for PETROLICIOUS | December 4, 2021

 

A forgotten Group B car ideal for the massive rise in Historic Motorsport

Whilst most people think of the Audi Quattro S2, the Peugeot 205 T16, or the Lancia 037, there was a less well known 2WD car, that is loads of fun.

Mazda were never really well known for their rallying exploits, with the only major contender being the 323 Familia 4WD. The Group B RX7 was a great 2WD rally car with a great chassis, a really low centre of gravity, and overall light weight. This article explains more.......

Click here to read this great Petrolicious article

Up 91% for Iso Grifo and down 6.3% for Ferrari 275 GTB

 

Up 91% for Iso Grifo and down 6.3% for Ferrari 275 GTB

Up and up go our Investment Cars.

The trusty and reliable market movement is to be found once again on page 17 of the November, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars. It would appear that all of our cars have risen in value yet again over the preceding 3 month period. Whilst much of Russ's report relates to the United Kingdom market, values have actually risen much more rapidly in Australia as well as other countries. As we all know, the secret with Collectible Car Investing is to purchase WELL BEFORE the rise begins, which is why we purchase cars for our Investors 6-9 months before they hit the news.

Whilst it is interesting to see that the TVR 350i has now finally seen value gains, utilising the trusty Rover V8 engine, the usual drop from several cars with famous badges has continued as we have predicted so many times, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Iso Grifo                                                                                 Up 91%

TVR 350i Convertible                                                        Up 91%

Ferrari 250 GT Swb (alloy panels)                                Up 11%

BMW M5 (E34)                                                                      Up 33%

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 72 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 275 GTB (steel panels)                                      Down 6.3%

Ferrari 512M                                                                         Down 5.1%

McLaren F1                                                                           Down 6.7%

Porsche 968 Sport                                                             Down 4.0%

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 6 months.

Up 250-350% for some cars, as this Business article in CNA states.

 

Up 250-350% for some cars, as this Business article in CNA states.

Whilst the REAL gains are for cars not listed in this article, the theme is appropriate.

Pamela explains why most people think that cars DROP in value....................and how the cars that we invest in rise significantly instead !.

Click here to read this Article in CNA

5 reasons why our Collectible Cars continue to explode in value/price.

by ROSARIO TRIOLIO for DRIVETRIBE | November 22, 2021

 

5 reasons why our Collectible Cars continue to explode in value/price.

There are essentially just 5 reasons why this asset class will always out-perform all others.

Find out why nobody wishes to drive a Hoover.

Click here to read this great summary by Drivetribe

UP 99% for Opel Monza in October data, with Silvia's up 52%.

 

UP 99% for Opel Monza in October data, with Silvia's up 52%.

Our Investment Cars just keep rising...............

As reported on page 17 of the October, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have risen in value yet again, although we of course, have moved onto the next group of risers.

It is great to see that this report has noted the jump in Ford Escort Cosworth's, by 33%. They have a little further to go, and so we have held onto a couple of these great cars.

Here are a couple of the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine, with the expected massive drop for the Porsche 911S (31%), as they are just too old and unloved now, and were always over-valued :

The rising Collectible Cars

Opel Monza Coupe                                                               Up 99%

BMW M535i                                                                              Up 31%

Nissan Silvia S12                                                                   Up 52%

Toyota Celica ST 1.6/2.0                                                     Up 40%

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari 360 Modena                                                               Down 4.0%

Ferrari 575 M Maranello                                                      Down 5.2%

Aston Martin V8 Coupe                                                        Down 4.0%

Porsche 911 S                                                                          Down 31%

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 72 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 6 months time.

Call us now to discover which cars will rise in value over the next 3 months, as the market is moving very fast now.

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