The Price Guide Quarterly update in the latest issue of Classic Cars magazine reveals 254 movers. The top ten climbers, each having grown by more than 30%, range from the BMW 2002 Cabriolet up 33% to £15-£20k in top condition, to the Maserati Khamsin (pictured), up 56% to £100-£140k for the best.
The latest fallers look far less drastic, with the Ferrari 365 GTS/4 having dropped 6.7% to £1.85-£2.1m, and Jaguar XK140 drophead coupé down 4.2% to £85-£115k. So none of the losses are large enough to make recent buyers despondent, and neither do they throw up any significant bargains for buyers. What they reaffirm is that there’s a gentle market correction applying to some makes and models, particularly those that have seen strong gains in recent years. All signs of a rational market, then – far more healthy than boom-and-bust cycles.
Buying advice and market analysis is part of 18 pages of buying information in every issue of Classic Cars magazine, including Quentin Willson’s Smart Buys, Russ Smith’s Market Watch, in-depth buying guides and Ads on Test.
Editor, Classic Cars magazine
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