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UP 40% for the Talbot Sunbeam........Finally !, and UP 20% for a classic Volvo.

UP 40% for the Talbot Sunbeam........Finally !, and UP 20% for a classic Volvo.

Whilst the past quarter is usually a very low-margin gain period of time, this past 3 months has been the strongest in 3 years. A large number of cars that we had previously invested in during past growth cycles 8 years ago suddenly came back to life in a massive way.

Russ Smith's latest report for Febuary 2023 shows some awesome sale results across the past 3 months on page 17 of the latest issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine, for cars that we had previously purchased. He has recorded sales of BMW's 2002 Cariolet gaining an amazing 52% over this time, with Ferrari's F40 seeing a resurgence with a 46% gain, whilst the BMW 633 Csi also gained more than 42% over the same period. Naturally we see some mainsstrem Mercedes-Benz and Rolls Royce models dropping, as well as a whole host of older MG's, now that the lovers of those cars are passing away.

There is just way too much to report on for this quarter, although briefly another Briish Ford makes another great gain of 30%, whilst a much under-rated and special Jaguar finally has it's day in the sun. With yet more investors flocking to us as they ditch all of the other dropping asset classes such as property and tech following huge drops, our skills in selecting ALL the cars that will double or triple across the next 6 months are only sharpening.

Here a few examples of "Old News" cars that are now historical, for those that have to rely on purchasing from advertisements and auctions have been acquiring too late in the growth cycle :

The rising Collectible Cars

BMW 2002 Cabriolet                                                                     Up 52%

Ferrari F40                                                                                        Up 46%

BMW 633 Csi                                                                                    Up 42%

Lancia 037 Evo I Group B Rally Car                                        Up 50%    (on a sale value of AU$1.85 MILLION !)

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 76 great Collectible Investment Cars that will boom in 3-6 months time.

The dropping Collectible Cars

MG TD                                                                                                  Down 5%

Jaguar E-Type Series 1.5 FHC                                                    Down 2.3%

Alfa Romeo 2600 Sprint                                                                Down 5.5%

Mercedes-Benz 300S Cabriolet                                                 Down 5.6%

Call us now to discover the 76 cars that will double in value over the next 6 months, and then read about in this section AFTER they have ri



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