The study by Confused.com analysed 200 classic cars on their value in 2019 compared to today, to reveal the best classic cars to invest in.
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The car with the greatest increase in its estimated value is the Ferrari F355, which has grown from $65,000 to $204,000, a total of 213.8%. The F355 was launched in 1994 as the successor to the 348, with a greater emphasis on performance and driveability in different environments.
Another Ferrari that has seen its value more than double in the last three years is the Testarossa, increasing from $114,000 to $241,000.The Ferrari Testarossa grew in value by 111.4% over the last few years.
The Lamborghini Miura and Ferrari F40 rank in joint third place. The Miura’s valuation has grown from $925,000 to $1.85 million, while for the Ferrari F40, prices have grown from $1.3 million to $2.6 million, both equal to 100%.
“Classic cars are becoming an increasingly popular purchase among car enthusiasts and investors alike, with the price of rare models increasing faster than the price of gold! This means that investing in a classic car cannot only be a dream purchase for car fanatics, but also has the potential to be a lucrative investment for smart buyers. Although, it isn’t just the initial cost of the car they need to consider, as even the cheapest models could cost a lot more to run over time.
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