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A quick update. I’ve just redone the website so making it easier for you to hear the podcasts that are about the cars you care about. I broke it up into 15 categories: Market Trends, The Collectors, The Experts, The Auctions, The Dealers, The Museums, Muscle Cars, Porsches, Exotics, European Cars, Youngtimer, JDM/Asian, American, Pre-War Classic and Just For Fun. Some podcasts will fall into multiple categories such as the latest one, Ron Barnaba. He’s a dealer, expert, collector and he is focused on Porsches having had a 50-year career with them.
And if you like what I’m doing, please share with your friends! Subscribe to this podcast and on Instagram at TheCollectorCarPodcast. I’ve started sharing pictures from my visits to some of these locations and I’m timing it with the podcast’s release date. So you can see the Porsche RSRs from Ron Barnaba’s personal collection from last week’s podcast.
This episode was prompted by a recent article I read. It was called “Hagerty’s 2020 Bull Market List: 10 collector cars (and one bike) on the rise this year”. This is my list and I tried not to have any duplicates but there are two. Instead of only cars to buy that will be appreciating, I chose 15. Five to buy, five to hold and five to sell now.
Buy are cars that have investment potential
Hold are cars where their value trend has flattened out, softened or have declined slightly (all Air-Cooled Porsches…Hagerty recently had an article about the decline of 993 prices)
Sell are cars that have increased declining value trend with no change in sight. May be related to generational shifts in the collector car market.
I’m going to start with the boring one first…Hold.
Greg draws, talks, vlogs, blogs, writes, evaluates, judges, appraises, video tapes and consumes all things automotive. He even regurgitates useless car facts, stories, pictures and shares cool car places he's visited recently if you give him a chance.