Cars That I Theorize Will Rise in Value
Some of these we are starting to see rise in value all ready. This is is no particular order, but all of them I do think will go up in value.
Cars are generally not a very good investment. Especially when there is more to the money you spend than just the price tag. You have maintenance, insurance, things like that they you have to consider. Even new supercars like the Ferrari F8, Lamborghini Huracan Evo, and Porsche 911 Carrera, will likely drop in value. As time goes on people start to want the new cars that these brands are putting out. People always want the latest and greatest things. Every time the new Iphone is released, everyone talks about it. It's the same way with cars. But here are some automobiles that will likely go up in value. And keep in mind, this is just my opinion and I could be wrong. This is in no particular order. Lets jump in!
5. Ford Bronco
The Ford Bronco is one of the most legendary American SUVs. And quite possibly the greatest. It was built to haul you and others too and from everywhere. On the road or off the road. It was simple, yet functional and practical. Production of the Bronco began way back in 1965 and ended in 1996. For years enthusiasts were speculating about a new one. And finally it is here for 2021. Now because of the hype of the new Bronco, the old ones will raise in value. I think most of the generations will gain value, however the one I think that will gain the most is the first generation. Especially original or unmodified variations. Usually original or unaltered cars are the ones that hold the most value. And there are few Broncos that haven't been modified. Most have been turned into show vehicles or major off-roaders. Which is cool, but nothing beats originality.
4. 996 Porsche 911 Carrera
Of course the GT3 models and GT2 ones have held their values and have started to gain even more. But now even the basic 996 Carrera has begun to earn respect. When the 996 Carrera came out, most people were very disappointed. It marked the end of the air-cooled era, which was sad, but was for the better. The main conflict was the egg-shell headlights. Oval headlights were always an element of a 911. When Porsche changed it to an obscure shape, people thought it was absolutely revolting. Later people would also discover that the IMS bearing would like to break apart and destroy the entire motor. Which nobody wants the engine of their sports car to self destruct. Now people know you can replace the IMS bearing with a better one, before the current one breaks. Therefore you will be all set and good. And many people have gotten over the egg-shell headlight design. They have realized that everything else about the car is beautiful. And you can actually view the engine, unlike on the 991 and 992 models. People have payed attention to the fact the 996 models handle well and have great manual transmissions. And the 996 has plenty of power for how lightweight it is. The 996 is already going up and value and it is not a surprise.
3. Ferrari Testarossa
I think that soon the Testarossa, particularly the 1980s models will raise in value. Right now in good condition they go for a little above $100,000. I think this is shockingly low for such a legendary car. The Testarossa was a big deal when it came out and all the rock stars and celebrities had them. And all the business people owned them too. They were powered by a 4.9 L flat-12 and had nearly 400 horsepower. They could do 0-60 mph in just 5.8 seconds in a manual car. That was incredible for the time. Not to mention it has glorious styling. Right now we are seeing the F40, Enzo, F50, and 288 GTO raise in desirability. I think it is soon going to be the Testarossa's turn. It is just as important to Ferrari's pedigree and all the old guys will be wanting them back to bring them the memories they had of it when they were younger.
2. 964 911 Turbo
Yes. Another Porsche. The 930 Turbo is the desirable choice currently, but I do believe it will decrease in value by a bit. There are very many guards red 930s out there and I think they are just what is hot right now. The 964 will be the next to get that respect. It is more sleek than the 930 and many prefer the 964 just for that reason. There are many 964 models, but very few 964 turbos. Only 3,660 of them were ever produced. This makes them even more rare than the 930 Turbo. And rarity definitely determines the value of an automobile. There were two engines available. A 3.3 L and a 3.6 L. The 3.3 L produced 376 horsepower and 375 lb ft of torque. The larger 3.6 L produced 380 horsepower and 384 lb ft of torque. Both had strong figures for such a light car. Considering how few there are and their high-performance, along with their fantastic driving experience, I will be very surprised if they don't rise in desirability.
1. Terminator Mustang
The Terminator Mustang is perhaps one of the coolest and most underrated Mustangs of all time. It had a supercharged 4.6 L V-8 that produced 390 horsepower and 390 lb ft of torque. They could propel from 0-60 in just 4.5 seconds. Not slow by any means. That is still quick today. They were mostly known for how easy they were too tune and modify. Most ones you see have up to 500 to 900 horsepower. They could be built to do insane things and scare the living crap out of people who experienced them. Only 19,140 were ever produced. Not a tiny number, but small. Some even had the incredibly exclusive mystichrome paintwork. These cars were made to scoot and will hopefully gain some more recognition. We have already seen the fox bodies raise in desirability, so why wouldn't the Terminator. Especially with that wicked name.
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