Investing in Classic Cars: What To Look For




What to look for when investing in classic cars? There are a few things to consider…

We look at some of the more obvious choices…a few of the unexpected…and some of the entry-point cars.

When everyone is talking about an impending recession and the markets are all over the place – investors naturally look to alternatives. While we recognize the value of looking beyond equities from a financial perspective, in this new series we also want to bring some of the fun back into spending your hard-earned money. In this episode, we explore the world of classic cars and try to define what to look for.

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TIMESTAMPS:

1 Introduction 00:13
2 The Favorites 01:46
3 1966 Ford Mustang 01:54
4 1963 Jaguar E-Type 04:08
5 1956 Mercedes Gullwing 06:42
6 The Alternatives 08:52
7 1994 Nissan Skyline 09:11
8 1958 Mercedes 190SL 0:11:28
9 1997 Lancia Integrale 0:13:27
10 The Entry Points 0:14:53
11 1990 Jaguar XJ-S 0:15:05
12 1997 Lotus Elise S1 0:16:48
13 2009 Lotus Elise S2 0:17:52
14 2009 Lotus Elise S3 0:18:24
15 2019 Lotus Elise S3 Sport 0:18:55
16 1974 Ford Escort 0:20:04
17 Outro 0:21:52
18 The Takeaways 0:22:06

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