One of the biggest questions that tend to bug most car enthusiasts is how to determine if a car has the potential to become a collectible in the near or further future. The Porsche 911 Sport is made from the material that spells classic. However, if you are dealing with less obvious cars it is hard to determine if you are rolling in a potential classic that will be revered as much as the 1966 Shelby Mustang.
According to the analysts, there is a hot-list of collectibles each year in show rooms. These analysts put a number of factors into consideration before ranking a car as a collectible. For instance, a car must embody the characteristics of a classic. This means that the car is question must possess signs of appeal and prove that it will interest car enthusiasts in decades to come.
According to the famous ‘Hot List’, the car in question must be in a position to hold its value in the years to come. If you comb through various showrooms, you will be surprised that most of these potential collectibles are affordable and most of them are priced at $100,000 or less.
If you take a good look at the 1964 Ford Mustang or the Barbie doll vintage model of 1959, you will realize that their value has subsequently blossomed over the years putting them under the category of cherished and revered collectibles. Actually, many a car enthusiast has lost sleep as they devise ways to rekindle their youth by hunting down such precious collectibles at whatever cost. As you would imagine, the collectibles cost quite a pretty buck but you know how it is when you have an insatiable urge to bring the past into the future.
With that in mind, your urge to get a potential classic has obviously been re-ignited and here is a list of some of the cars that are likely to become collectibles in the near future. Not to sound prophetic or anything but someday, you will be glad or wish you owned one of these:
If you are looking for a high-performance car that will serve you and your prospective descendants, go grab this car and enjoy its 580-horsepower V8.
Buick Regal GS
This model was previously stereotyped to be for the retirees. Well, not anymore because with its appealing performance and a manual transmission in six-speed, this car is ideal for both the young and the not-so young.
Jaguar F-Type R
With a horsepower of 550 and the ability to move from 0-60km/h in a matter of seconds, this one is definitely a classic material.
BMW M5 Sedan
Every sports sedan manufactured in Europe today wants to be BMW M5 Sedan. Definitely a keeper.
Chevrolet COPO Camaro
Its production has been limited to 69 units and this means that this model is obviously a hot cake that is going all the way to the future.
Nissan 370Z Nismo
This one is beautiful both on the inside and outside but a daily ride in this one may prove to be a tad stiff. However, future collectors will not ignore this one.
Alfa Romeo 4C
With a 240 horsepower and a convertible nature, you can be sure that this will be such a hot classic in the near future.
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
This sports utility vehicle has a present and a future in the hall of fame for admirable collectibles.
Dodge Challenger Shaker
The name itself commands respect and its capability makes the rest pave way for this 376-horpower engine. This is not about to change now or in the future.
Ford Fiesta ST
Any car enthusiast out there wants a car that will combine the appearance and performance. The Ford Fiesta ST fits the description perfectly and obviously, it’s going into the future as a collectible.