Although the year 2020 will be remembered as full of events that have caused many challenges for the whole world, there also were things that we may be happy about. One of them is positively stable sales of classic cars. Who could have expected that, right? But let‘s leave the tough and unpredictable year alone and discuss, what do we need to know about classic cars in 2021?
Growing demand for Porsche 911. Although it was expected that people would not spend much money during quarantine, the opposite situation was noticed. Having more time and less entertainment, people started spending more time shopping online. As a result, there has been an increased interest in the classic cars and, especially, in Porsche 911. Although the popularity of this model has never plummeted, it is now really difficult to find a well-equipped and well-maintained Porsche 911. Growing demand allows us to conclude that in 2021 we will see a great increase in the price of this model. And probably, it will continue to grow every single year.
The original Mini Cooper is becoming rarer. The Mini Cooper was popular back in the 1960s for its compactness as well as practicality. And surprisingly it still remains as one the most popular car models among the classic cars today. If this car model was a real revolution in the car industry 60 years ago, today it is a great investment indeed. The value of classic Mini Cooper will remain stable in 2021. Having in mind that more and more Mini Coopers wear out or become unusable over time, the price can even go up. If you want to be always up to date about the market prices of Mini, you may check classic vehicles for sale web page.
Pop culture car models remain popular. Those looking for a stable investment and not wanting to risk its devaluation can opt for pop culture cars. This category includes many cars from different eras: from the Aston Martin DB5 to the KITT or DMC DeLorean sports car. Also, the legendary Ford Mustang that has appeared in a number of various movies as well as the Ford Crown Victoria or Chevrolet Corvette. Since the movies or music videos in which these cars have featured are already classics, a drop in the price of these cars are not expected in the nearest future.
Non-traditional choice – vans. It is said that this year’s possible Oscar-winning film Nomadland has revived interest in various microvans. Including those that are classified as classic cars. One of the models that are worth mentioning is Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia. It is the classic microvan that can be customized according to your needs and comes in a variety of variants. Another advantage of this microvan is the price. It is quite cheap, however probably not for a long time. So if you are looking for non-traditional models that you could invest in, as well as to make some profit from it, this option is worth considering.
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