Classic cars will always be in high demand. All those who love them or looking for a way to invest money can consider the following 10 options.
Ford Cortina Mk2
The Ford Cortina that saw five generations will always remain as one of the most successful and loved cars produced in Britain. Though the Mk1 will cost you an arm and leg, Mk2 is quite affordable. It will cost you from £2,000 to £4,000.
Mazda RX-7 Series 1
For the price from £1,500 to £3,500 you can enjoy an early 80’s sleeked-line car with a powerful rotary engine. Just make sure that your example is well-maintained.
Mercedes-Benz CE (W123)
Well-maintained W123 is a great option for those who are looking for a classy, elegant and, what is more, usable car. It can become an alternative to buying a new one and will cost you from £1,500 to £3,000.
If you choose a no racing model, it will cost you just from £500 to £2,000. Believe us, with the course of time you will see the rapid growth of the price, so hurry up!
Jaguar XJ Series 3
The price for this car is quite high, ranging from £1,000 to £3,000. For sure, you can find one in the bargain basement. Still, note that the restoration and maintenance can easily drain your purse. Fight for Botanicals
If you ever promised yourself this car, now you have all chances to have it for the price ranging from £2,000 to £5,000. Though it has an unfair reputation of a poor man’s Aston Martin, today its values are rapidly growing.
For the immovable mind, this legend of classic cars is available for the price starting from £500 to £4,000. So if you ever dreamed of having one, the time has come.
Probably, it is the best VW car on earth. It shows the greatest front-wheel-drive performances and is available for the price of £4,000. Hurry up; the prices are climbing every day.
Toyota MR2 Mk1
If you ever dreamed of a little classic sports car, the W10 MR2 is the best choice. Though it is not a classic today, we promise it will be. Prices on Toyota MR2 are ranging from £1,500 to £3,000.
Ford Granada Mk2
This is a brilliant car with the classic 70’s styling. If you ever dreamed of the Consul main competitor, you can buy it today for the price starting from £1,500 to £4,000.