Classic Car investment For 2017: BMW, Ferrari, Ford Tops Best Cars To Invest In This Year

Vintage 1977 Ford Bronco one of the great muscle cars you need to see
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Classic cars like BMW, Ferrari, Ford are definitely the cars that you need to invest in this year. Car fans and enthusiasts will have a handful and something to think about as 2017 offers a lot of classic and vintage cars. 

Fortunately, Hagerty, an insurance provider who are experts when it comes to vintage and classic cars, provides a list of the best cars for the enthusiasts to buy. Yes, more importantly, which ones are worth investing in and will be set to increase its value in the future. According to Foxnews, cars from the 80s, 90s and even the early 2000s are starting to gain value as future collectibles. 

The value for Ford Bronco 1966-1977 vehicle starts to rise for a couple of years now and they are becoming popular as one of the picks for collectibles. With a price range of $18,500, fans will experience strong off road driving while bringing in a blast from the past.


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Another great investment is the 1970 Plymouth Superbird. Considering how rare this model is – as only 3000 units were only made, it is one of the most limited models in the muscle car category.

According to Autoguide, when it comes to the name Ferrari, there’s no doubt that the 2003 Ferrari Enzo should be one of the classic cars every enthusiasts should have. However, with the name comes the price and it is no joke that this is worth almost $2.3 million. The assurance that fans will have, this is museum-quality and will definitely become expensive as time goes on. 


eBay: 1972 Dodge Challenger 440 Mopar #classiccars #cars

— UK Classic Cars (@UKClassicCars) January 12, 2017



Nothing beats collecting muscle cars. According to Hagerty, the Dodge Challenger 1971-1972 model is starting to have high demands which definitely will have a higher value in the future. This model is priced at about $18,300, something that is also worth adding to anyone’s collection.

Over the last 3 years, the M models of Mercedes, the 2000-2006 BMW M3 have become surprisingly one of the hottest classic car collections in the market. With just around $20,000, enthusiasts can own this car. However, it might be a challenge to find one that is still in pristine condition.



source: Auto World News


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