Yes, up our car values and prices go again !.
As this Wealth Report states, classic and collectible car sales are simply booming, with a prediction of even more once 'live' auctions return..........one day.
Call us now to discover which cars will go from $12,000 now to $48,000 in the next 8 months.
Yes, the DB5 Goldfinger cars are finished, and are ready to be shipped.
Each car was almost AU$5 Million to purchase (£2.75 Million), and there was a very long queue to claim one of the 25 on offer. All were sold in days.
Yes, it has been an amazing year for ALL of our Investment Cars.
As reported on page 17 of the November issue of Thoroughbred and Classic Cars, all of our cars have boomed in value, as they always do. Many others have dropped, 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 M1 Up 6.1%
BMW 3.0 CSL B/M Up 20%
Lotus Esprit Turbo Up 15%
Mazda RX7 Up 27%
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 250 LM Down 6.3%
Lamborghini Countach LP400 Down 17%
Maserati Mistral Down 31%
Jaguar XK150 Down 9.2%
Call us now to discover which cars will boom in the next 6 months.
The Road to Riches
According to the latest edition of the Robb Report, Coollectible Cars are the ONLY way to make significant gains from an Investment. As Stephen Corby says in this article, "The returns can be far greater than any other investment class, according to the experts". So true.
As Christophe Boribon, the National Auctions Manager at Shannons says with regard to other investments, “You can’t take your shares for a drive.”
As Cameron Sabine of Donington Auctions says “In the past 20 years, classic cars are some of the best investments you could have made. Things like the Aston DB2, DB5 and DB6, they have appreciated hugely, and you couldn’t have done better in any other investment category,”
All you need to know is which cars to purchase pre-boom, like we do. Call us now to find out how.
Stratstone have done some serious research to uncover just how much money "Gonna" buyers missed out on !.
With the advent of all of the various television shows featuring Collectible and Classic Cars, many cars have been featured, and ALL have risen dramatically. So many people will be saying "If only I had bought Classic Cars" !!.
The average value gain across 10 seasons of the show is $1,000.909 (£565,095), although naturally our cars are 25 times this sum, due to the diversity in the investment value of our cars.
Because of the 42% rise in sale price !
Yes, with yet another pre-boom buy-up, we are way ahead of the market. As we reported in our 6th, August, 2020 News Item, the values of 22B's and Type R's were about to explode :
Page 17 on the Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine confirms our figures with their October, 2020 review of auction sale values. All the other cars that we have are naturally well up also, with the Lotus Elan Sprint's listed as being up another 10%, the Triumph TR6's up 6.4%, and the BMW 635 Csi up 8.3%. All this in just 3 months !.
The fallers are as we have always predicted, with the Ferrari 348 down 3%, the Porsche 911 Carrera RS (964) down 2.5%, with the 996 GT2 down a significant 7.3% !.
This great interview with HRH Price Michael of Kent and James Knight of Bonhams is very informative.
As we know, everyone is getting into Collectible Cars for two reasons : 1) For the massive value rise when we select the correct cars for you.
2) Because these are Investments that are fun and can be driven !.
As prices of even the most mundane non-new cars are up 40% in Australia in 2020, Collectible Car Values continue to excel.
The Collectible Car Industry is simply booming, and taking all of the participants (us and our Investors) along with it.
The industry now employs 34,000 people across 4,000 businesses, as this great article states clearly.
These eyewatering repair bills lead to even more interest in Classic Cars
Whilst we have run a 1988 Lotus Esprit Turbo for an average of $220 (£120) per year for 3 years now, the bills for cars built after 2006 just keep mounting.
For example, 2012 BMW 5 series managed $41,435 (£22,665) for an engine change, a 2014 Jeep Cherokee achieved $22,669 (£12,400) for a transmission change. A 2012 Ford Focus also managed to notch up $1939.92 (£1061.14), and that was just for brakes !.
No wonder so many people are graduating to cars that RISE in value as well as being MUCH, MUCH less expensive to repair than current cars.
Another generation new to Classic and Collectible Cars are getting in on the act.
They are online savvy, and keen to get into the ONLY asset that is rising throughout a Pandemic.
We all know that the Collectible Car Industry is growing significantly every day, with Peugeot being the latest addition to the line up.
The 205 Gti 1.9 is to be the first car off the rank, and what a great one to begin with. The ultimate handling hot hatch was renowned as a real driver's car by everyone that owned one. Peugeot joins Jaguar Land Rover, Porsche, Aston Martin, Mazda, Mitsubishi, BMW, Audi, and many, many others that now offer completely restored Classic and Collectible Cars for sale. Why ?................Because the car shown sold for over $63,000 in 2017.
This will be the first time that this great trio of Alfa Romeo's has been offered for sale.
With a very interesting history, this great collection is expected to fly out of the door today at R.M. Sotheby's New York Auction House.......
The cars first appeared in 1953, 1954, and 1955 as concept cars at the Turin Motor Show for each of those years.
Thoroughbred and Classic Cars Magazine has posted their Price Guide on p.17 of the August 2020 edition.
As we all know, Ferrari's and Porsche's are risky Investments, which is why we have just one example left. Whilst all of our cars are up 27.5% since March, 2020, many Ferrari's have dropped back. The guys at Thoroughbred and Classic Cars have composed an excellent list that is based on actual sale prices both at Auction and online from March, 2020 onwards, and the outcomes are very clear :
Ferrari 250 GT Boana/Ellena : Down 6.9%
Ferrari 250 GTE 2 +2 : Down 5.7%
Ferrari 330 GT 2 +2 : Down 4.8%
Ferrari Dino 206 GT : Down 2.7%
Ferrari 365 GT4 BB : Down 6.3%
Ferrari 512 BB : Down 2.3%
Ferrari 512 BBi : Down 3.6%
Ferrari 360 Modena : Down 3.1%
32 Collectible Cars recorded significant rises, amongst which were :
Ford Escort 1300 E : Up 36%
Alfa Romeo 2000 GTV : Up 6.7 %
Ford Escort Mexico : Up 17%
Hillman Imp : Up 10%
Jensen 541 R : Up 8.3%
That is why one has to know the market intimately, to pick the winners and leave the rest !!.
Shelby Sports Cars have recorded a top speed of 331 m.p.h in this exclusive Top Gear test.
During this test, the SSC Tuatara has beaten the Bugatti Veyron's record, maybe by virtue of the 1750 h.p. powerplant.
Yes, another R34 GTR Nur has sold for over $400,000.
As Collectible Cars boom in value for the right cars, we are riding the boom and loving these great sale prices. There are another 36 cars we have that will rise to similar values in the next 4 months.