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Want To Invest In Collector’s Cars? 30 Vehicles To Buy Right Now

Vukasin HerbezJuly 11, 2019

1973-'81 Mercedes-Benz 350 SLC/450 SLC/380 SLC | Hemmings

2. Mercedes 450 SLC

Debuting a year after the SL roadster, the SLC was a popular GT car that shared most of the engines, design, and interior with the SL. However, it provided much more comfort, better ride quality, and driving refinement. Despite the fact they offered it with smaller engines, for a more than solid performance, you want either the 450 SLC V8 producing 225 HP or the 500 SLC V8 with 245 HP.

They offered the SLC coupe for 10 years, from 1971 to 1981, producing over 62,000 of them. But those who can’t afford the SL models are turning to the SLC. And so the higher demand is making them more expensive.

1. Pontiac GTO

The first year for the modern GTO was 2004 and the car met universal praise from both buyers and the car press. The design wasn’t exactly new or aggressive, but the GTO had a muscle car form and street presence. Under the hood was an LS1 5.7-liter V8 producing 350 HP and enough performance to be one of the hottest American cars for the 2004 model year.

The target sales figure was 18,000 but Pontiac sold almost 14,000, which was a success. Even though they withdrew this model from the market by 2006, it was the last GTO And that is why the prices will probably go up soon. These cars are the 30 vehicles you should buy right now before the prices soar. So, if you want to start investing in collector’s cars, look for one of these classic beauties while they’re still affordable.

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