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"Many have doubled or tripled in value"...............in today's AFR FINANCIAL REVIEW

 

Why did we invest so heavily in Japanese Classics 24 months ago ?.

Why did we love S Cargo's, Beat's, Figaro's, Cappuccino's. MZ-1's, Pau's, although not B-1's or Sera's ?

Because we knew that certain makes and models were about to explode in value, and so acquiring Supra's, S15's. MR2's, 3000GTO's and R34's for under $8,000 each made very good sense.

Call now to find out what will explode in value over the next 6 months, NOW that these cars have stopped growing.

Click here to read today's great Australian Financial Review article

Up 99% for one of our Investment Cars, and solid rises for others before they stop their growth.

 

Up 99% for one of our Investment Cars, and solid rises for others before they stop their growth.

The continued meteoric rise of all of our Investment Cars continues...............

As reported on page 17 of the January, 2021 issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have boomed in value, as they always do. The Starion Turbo's are cars that we have a few of, and of course purchased well ahead of their boom in value.......which is now. The whole secret with Collectible Car Investing is to purchase WELL BEFORE the rise begins, which is why we have so many Investors. Many other cars with famous badges have dropped as we predicted, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

The rising Collectible Cars

Audi Quattro 20V                                                   Up 22%

Honda S800 Sports                                               Up 7.7%

Mitsubishi Starion Turbo                                    Up 99%

Sunbeam Tiger MKII                                             Up 13%

Naturally, these great risers will plateau soon, and so we will move out of them into other great Collectible Investment Cars.

The dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari Dino 308 GTB                                             Down 2.2%

Lamborghini Countach LP400                          Down 2.0%

Ferrari 512M                                                             Down 9.1%

Porsche 911 GT2                                                     Down 13%

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

UP 200% for the Mini. Values TRIPLE in some cases for our other cars.

 

UP 200% for the Mini. Values TRIPLE in some cases for our other cars.

As prices rise rapidly, We are now in another boom of Collectible Car values.

We are significantly increasing the number of cars that we are sending to Britain now, as all booms in the Collectible Car Market begin there, as was the case from 2014 to 2016. We have previously regularly reported on the sale prices recorded by Thoroughbred and Classic Cars magazine, and the trend is clear to see. Please refer back to our News Items on these reports. The sales are now into bull market territory, and so now is the time to act...............OR miss out on yet another boom. As usual, many, many people will go out and purchase all the wrong cars, and then call us in to bail them out.

Call now to purchase the right car with us and sell it in Britain.

Click here to read this Article in The Express Newspaper

The start of Collectible Rally Cars being sold as road cars.

 

The start of Collectible Rally Cars being sold as road cars.

MST are now offering some great Ford Escort Classic Rally Cars for everyday use.

These 1970's and 1980's cars are modestly priced too, starting at just AU$121,000 (£69,000) and rising to the more usual over AU 175,000 (£100,000) that a good Escort Rally Car normally achieves.

There are a great range of build options, and so let's look forward to seeing them on the streets of Britain very soon !.

Click here to read this Article

A Holden Commodore sold for $750,000 today, with a Maloo GTSR W1 also selling for $1,050,000.

 

A Holden Commodore sold for $750,000 today, with a Maloo GTSR W1 also selling for $1,050,000.

At over $1 Million, history was made by the Maloo ute, which became the highest priced Australian road car sale.

It was interesting to see two of the last Holden's at one Lloyd's auction, and much interest had been shown in the cars prior to the sales. 

The $1 Million ute is the greatest indication yet of the booming Collectible Car Industry in Australia, and it's phenomenal growth.

Call now to be part of the action...............OR tell all you're friends at tomorrow's barbecue that you are 'Gonna buy something someday'.

Click here to read the Sydney Morning Herald Article for the $750,000 Commodore SSV

Click here to read the Caradvice Article for the $1,050,000 Maloo GTSR W1 ute

The Australian Newspaper acknowledges the boom is on for Collectible Cars.

 

The Australian Newspaper acknowledges the boom is on for Collectible Cars.

From $200 to $23 Million for a Rolex Daytona.

Whilst this was the growth for a watch, it is all part of the Global movement into Collectibles as Investments, as John Connolly writes in yesterday's edition of The Australian.

It would appear that this Pandemic may have a silver lining for those that join us.

Whilst the right Collectible Cars were always rising in value, and always will, it seems that the Covid-19 Pandemic has allowed many more people to indulge in this fascinating industry, now that travel is restricted. John has identified a few cars from the Hagerty list of "10 Classic Car prices that exceeded expectations in 2020 ". These cars were :

A 1972 Corniche that used to sell for $100,000 that sold for $285,000 during 2020.

A 1971 Lamborghini Miura P400 SV Speciale that would usually make $3 Million that sold for $6 Million in the 2020 September Goodings auction.

A 1989 Mercedes 300 SL which would normally sell for around $50,000, sold for $125,000 at the 2020 Historics auction.

There are 61 differing aspects that determine whether a Collectible Car will rise or fall in value.

Call us now to find out which ones are winners and which are no-hopers. Secure you're rapidly rising Investment now.

Click here to read this Article in The Australian Newspaper (You may have to subscribe to read it)

AU$184 MILLION worth of cars sold. History is made with Mecum's largest sale ever.

by MECUM MAGAZINE | January 27, 2021

 

AU$184 MILLION worth of cars sold. History is made with Mecum's largest sale ever.

Collectible Car sales BOOM as Mecum Kissimmee's auction shows (held across the 7th-16th of January, 2021).

Yes, 2021 got off to a fabulous start with the continuing trend of rising sales and massive figures being recorded. One of the many highlights of the Mecum Auction was the sale of Carroll Shelby's A.C Cobra that sold for AU$10.6 Million. The Collectible Car market is on a massive roll now, fuelled by people worldwide not being able to travel, and looking for the best Investment of the times, unlike Bitcoin and other investments with wild fluctuations. Nothing increases in value more consistently and faster than Collectible Cars, WHEN the correct cars are purchased at the correct time. Call now to secure you're phenomenal investment.

Click here to read this great Article.

SOLD for $1.1 Million, one year ago this month. The 240Z that re-wrote the record books.

by ANDREW SLUYS for DRIVEN MAGAZINE | January 27, 2021

 

SOLD for $1.1 Million, one year ago this month. The 240Z that re-wrote the record books.

When will the next Z432R appear ?. Maybe never.

When this stunning relatively high mileage (98,040 kms) sold this time last year, we rejoiced as usual, as the values of our 240Z's had just risen again !. The rising tide lifts all boats...........every time. This car became one of the highest priced Japanese cars to be sold at auction.

Whilst the car sold is one of only 40 or so ever built, the focus always comes back to the base car. Happy Days !.

Call now to get into the cars that will boom over the next 3-6 months.

Click here to read this great Article from last year

Ogier wins his 50th WRC Rally, in the 89th Monte Carlo event.

by NICK GARTON for MOTORSPORT.COM | January 25, 2021

 

Ogier wins his 50th WRC Rally, in the 89th Monte Carlo event.

In a win of just over 30 seconds, Sebastien wins again in the first major Motorsport Event of 2021, in his home town.

Following brake issues on Friday, Sebastien Ogier won for the 8th time in France.

Formula 1 driver Estaban Ocon learnt how amazing the skill of Rallying actually is, after he drove an Alpine A110S as a course car and discovered for himself how complicated the sport is, declaring that Rally Drivers have "Balls of Steel".

Click here to read this Article

Up 23% for one of our Investment Cars, and great gains for all our other cars over the past 3 months

 

Up 23% for one of our Investment Cars, and great gains for all our other cars over the past 3 months

The amazing rise and rise of our Investment Cars continues...............

As reported on page 17 of the December issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have boomed in value, as they always do. Although we have many Lotus's due to their great growth as well as just being awesome, we were not suprised to see the Elite drop by 10%, as they were definitely becoming over-priced for what they are (we have no Elite's). Many other cars with famous badges have dropped as we predicted, which is why we move them on well BEFORE they drop. Here are the statistics over the past 3 months, as reported in the magazine :

Rising Collectible Cars

BMW 635 Csi                                                   Up 23%

BMW M3 E30                                                   Up 20%

Ford Escort RS Turbo                                  Up 29%

Volvo 164E                                                      Up 30%

Naturally, these great risers will plateau soon, and so we will move out of them into other great Collectible Investment Cars.

The Losers, dropping Collectible Cars

Ferrari Dino 246 GT                                      Down 8.3%

Lamborghini 350GT                                    Down 5.7%

Ferrari Testarossa                                        Down 2.9%

Facel Vega HK 500                                        Down 5.4%

Call us now to discover which cars will boom in the next 6 months.

SOLD for AU$7.7 Million. A special A.C Cobra.

 

SOLD for AU$7.7 Million. A special A.C Cobra.

The car that Carroll Shelby owned for 46 years has been sold for AU 7.7 Million (US$5.94 Million).

Built in 1965 and delivered to Mr Shelby, this car is part of a legacy.

Click here to read this Article

Is this one of the world's great Car Collections ?.

 

Is this one of the world's great Car Collections ?.

There are many giant collections and museums all over the world.

This Museum owned by Bruce Meyers may well rate as one of the greats.

Click here to read this great News Article

We think that Hagerty may not be happy with our Build Slot purchases !.

January 14, 2021

 

We think that Hagerty may not be happy with our Build Slot purchases !.

We have indulged in Build Slot purchases for ourselves and for our Investors along the way.

Whilst we have enjoyed our involvement with Build Slot cars, it seems that not everyone is as excited as we have been, and are now. We always thought that making $350,000 out of one Porsche 911 R Build Slot car in 2016 was completely normal, and that everyone was doing it. Then there were the Aston Martin DB4 GT's in 2019.............what great cars. Our Investors certainly appreciated our work !.

Call now to join in.........

Click here to read this great Article

Singer 911/959 goes Rallying.

by HARRY CATCHPOLE for ROAD SHOW | January 13, 2021

 

Singer 911/959 goes Rallying.

Whilst Singer Vehicle Design normally restores and builds Porsche 911's, now they are expanding into Rallying and Rally Raid events with ACS.

There is little doubt that some of the most stunning Porsche 911's to have appeared in recent years have come from Singer, just as many of the winning 911 Rally Cars have come from Tuthill (4 wins in the East African Safari Rally). Now the two are combining energies for one very exciting alliance.

AU$7.7 Million (US$6 Million) was paid for a Paris-Dakar Porsche 959 in November of 2018, and so they could be on to a godd thing !.

Click here to read this Article

SOLD for $87,500. A record sale price for an Alfa Romeo 105 GT Junior, as Collectible Cars boom.

by TIM PITT for CITY AM | January 8, 2021

 

SOLD for $87,500. A record sale price for an Alfa Romeo 105 GT Junior, as Collectible Cars boom.

These lovely Alfa's have been steadily rising, and so deserve a record breaking sale price.

As records are again set in 2021, the future is very bright for the Collectible Car Industry. At a time when many industries are struggling with being closed or restricted, this industry just keeps on expanding.

Click here to read this Article from 2 days ago

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