This RA25 Toyota Celica 2000GT is a real joy to see.....
Rarely do these great car come up for sale, and so this is indeed a special oppurtunity, as certain Japanese cars see massive value gains. If you want to Invest in the fastest rising Classic Cars, call us to discuss you're options.
This ex-Le Mans Porsche 911 RSR Turbo recently came up for Auction at Amelia Island
We believe that the car did not sell, and it's estimated value was $6-8 Million.
The Lotus Factory Active Suspension car is now for sale
As the values of Lotus's continue to rise strongly as people discover how fabulous these cars are to drive, this very sought after car comes onto the market for £150,000. Although this car requires a complete recommission, it still represents an awesome oppurtunity.
Why do we NEVER take a long position on 1970's and 1980's Ferrari's ?.
We purchased hundred's of Ferrari 308 GTB's, GTS's, GTSi's and 328's in 2014 and 2015, and sent them ALL to the U.K, where the market was on fire across those years. We have never purchased another one since. As everyone is aware, these cars are not fabulous to drive, and so are really only of value for aesthetic purposes, or for the badge. The trend was always going to shift to cars that steer, brake and drive like a proper race car on the street, and are available at much lower prices.
This Global realisation is no suprise, as it has been coming for 32 months now. As a result, there are no more buyers for these early Ferrari's, and so down they go. That is why we NEVER invest in early Ferrari's over the long term, or indeed other models from the 1950's, 60's and 70's. These cars were appreciated by people that are now very old, or no longer with us. All our cars rise and rise, and will never fall in value. Call us now before all the correct cars that we invest in, become unaffordable.
BMW M635 CSi sells for $100,000
The Shannons Sydney Classic Auction took place yesterday, and the sales results were published today. There were one or two interesting cars that were sold, including a nice 635 CSi.
China now Investing in Classic Cars
As the new Asset Class of Classic Cars grows exponentially, certain parts of China that can import Classic's, are now getting in on the action. Whilst this News Article from the South China Morning Post is 5 months old, it seems that the momentum is even greater now than then in Hong Kong.
Another 1974 2 door Range Rover sold last weekend, this time in Tuscan Blue.
In line with the fast rising trend in Range Rover prices, we are rushing to complete the restorations on many, many examples right now. Amongst our collection are many Suffix A's, which Jaguar Land Rover will be selling for $300,000 (£165,000). Their current "Reborn" Suffix D onwards vehciles are only $245,000 of course, as everyone knows (£135,000). Parts are a real issue for these early vehicles, which is why we are making some of the trim and rubberised parts.
Holden Commodore VL SS Walkinshaw Group A sells for $340,000
As we all know, Australian Holden's and Ford's have a very strong following in Australia, although are seldom found elsewhere.
As a result, Holden's and Ford's suffer from rises and falls in value (Ford's GTHO Phase III's were once worth almost AU$1 Million, and are now worth less than half that value), because they are appreciated by a percentage of 22,000,000 people.
Similarly, European Classic Cars are appreciated by exactly the same percentage of a Global population, and therefore only ever rise. That is why all of our Investors only ever purchase solid gold Investment Classic Cars with considerable gains ahead of them.
t would be difficult to find many Investments with a 2000% yield.
Range Rover Classics are simply rocketing in value, and whilst this article is from 2016, the trend has continued unabated. It is all about picking the right vehicle at the right time in the right condition. That is what we do, and we can show you how to do the same.
From $8.5 Million to $35 Million in 12 years. That is SOME gain. Where else can one create this Return On Investment ?.
What other asset class can we generate the sorts of returns that Classic Cars offer ?. The answer is none.
Call now to get involved.
Classic Cars......The best performer in the collectible market
As David says in this article, "Classic Cars have been the best performer over the medium to long term. Knight Frank’s Luxury Investment Index for 2017, for example, found that cars provided returns of 362%, way ahead of the returns from art (103%)."
Call us NOW to discover the next 58 cars that are about to take off in the next 6 months, and which one's to avoid.
One of the lesser known Classic Car Shows is 10 years old this year
For those that appreciate how rapidly Japanese Classic and Modern Classic Cars are racing up the value charts, here is s show that would be well worth a visit.
Toyota Supra MA71's have risen to almost $50,000 for good example's, following significant growth over recent times
Fortinately we were purchasing MA71's 18 months ago when they were all $2,000. We knew that these lovely cars would see a dramatic rise in 2017/2018, and that rise is now. Call us now to discover how you can purchase Classic Cars BEFORE they rise in value.
The only 4x4 Reliant Scimitar GTE Prototype that exists sells for £13,000 (24,000)
The Reliant Scimitar was always a much under-rated car, given it's credentials, interesting appearance and low build numbers. That said, though, thias one is rather special, as it is the only Ferguson Formula 4 wheel drive version ever built. We believe that the car is worth much more than what was paid on the 21st of last month, althogh time will tell.
Toyota Supra JZA80's now above $100,000, with some at $150,000 (ultra low kms)
The relentless rise of Japanese modern Classics seems to know no bounds. Whilst we purchased as many Japanese cars as we could last year, even we are astounded by the tsunami of great Japanese cars coming onto the Collector Market at such speed. Thankfully we purchased in 2016 and 2017 !!. Most of our cars have now tripled in value since we acquired them.