The top 63 price climbers and top eight fallers are revealed in the latest issue of Classic Cars magazine.
Leading the charge is the disarmingly stylish Mercedes-Benz 300 SE Cabriolet, up by a shocking 88%. So, the entry level for a project needing a £100k-plus restoration is £40k and you can pay £150k for the very best.
The top five climbers reflect a market with broad tastes, although three of them are post-1987 models, underlining the growth in demand for younger classics: the Jaguar XJR-S (pictured) is up 88%, Ferrari’s F50 has risen 56% and the Porsche 911 (993 generation) GT2 shows a 73% increase.
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
For more details of the latest issue, visit www.classiccarsmagazine.co.uk