By: Isla Binnie
IMOLA, Italy - Twenty years after Ayrton Senna died at Imola's race track, the town is gearing up to honour a Formula One driver it remembers as much for his charity and charisma as his three world championship wins.
Paul Fraser, Paul Fraser Collectibles
Sleek fender lines, chrome grills, plush vintage interiors... No wonder the international designer Ralph Lauren once described classic cars as "moving works of art."
David Atkin, LinkedIn
Classic cars are a good investment that more people need to pay attention to, more people need to see the value in them and restore them. There are of course survivors out there that need no heavy restoration work and these are the truly valuable cars.
Inaugural event set to share expert knowledge on classic car market
By: Steve Linden
Any regular reader of this column will know that I have long advised collectors to buy a classic car because they want it, and to “leave the investing to the investors.”
By: Hank Coleman
Is investing in the classic car market the next big thing? If so, is it right for you?
Financial Times, UK
By: Lucy Warwick-Ching
The Telegraph, UK
By: Ben Martin
Coutts found that so-called "passion investments" climbed 77pc since 2005.
The Gentlemen's Journal, USA
Warren Buffett once said, “I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute.” Today his wealth is estimated at $47 billion, making him the world’s third richest person.
By: Stephanie Ott
If investing in credit default swaps or commodity derivatives doesn't exactly fill your heart with a sense of wonder and excitement, then a product with a little more va-va-voom could be a surprisingly viable alternative: vintage cars.
Fox News, USA
By: Rob Sass
Here are some of our favorite killings in the classic car market
The Independent, UK
By: Simon Read
Prices are racing ahead and vintage vehicles can even get you a tax break
THE Guardian Newspaper, UK
By: Terry Macalister
Forget stocks and shares, the FT and the London Stock Exchange: the truly savvy investor is buying up classic cars, reading Octane.
Forbes Magazine, USA
By: Carla Passino
A recent study by global real estate advisor Knight Frank discovered that cars like Ferraris, Bugattis and Bentleys increased their value by 21% over the last six months and by 28% over the last year. By comparison, prime real estate in central London grew by 7% in the last 12 months and gold saw a 23% decline.