Best collector cars, changing popularity

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We do not profess to be experts when it comes to choosing the best collector cars, but after long studies we have found that there is always a changing popularity in what models will be bought by investors. Most of those looking to invest in a car that is considered to be a collectors item will not like the idea of having it just sitting there going to waste. No, they will want to use and drive it, to not only get pleasure themselves but also for others who will be able to share in its beauty.

This upcoming decade will certainly see a few changing choices when it comes to the best collector vehicles, but you do not have to worry about them being any of those that are designed by a computer and then built by a robot. Having said that, there are a few cars of today that seemed destined to become vintage cars of the future, which you can read for yourself in our recent article.

So here are a few models, which we believe are still very popular, and will be for the next few years. First up is the 1970-1972 Chevrolet Camaro, this was the follow up to the first-generation model and has never been given the respect that it deserves. The first model seemed a little raw, so for those who like their classic cars to have a little more refinement, then the second-generation is the model for you.

Next we have the 1966-67 Ford Fairlanes, and has to be one of the best looking cars that the Blue Oval has designed. What makes these cars so popular with collectors is how they have a range of engine choices and after-market spares are plentiful. The 1969 Ford Talladega also joins in with the fun here and not only offers breathtaking looks, but also a ride to match.

No matter what year we are in you cannot have a best collectors car list without mentioning the 1967-70 Mustang Coupes and Fastbacks. It is cars like this that should be celebrated on a Google Doodle when the Fourth of July comes round. You do not have to be an expert to see why these cars are considered to be so desirable; it seems that the cars sole purpose is to bring joy to others.

Our last car on this list is the 1966-71 Dodge Charger and has always been one of those iconic models, and that will never change – no matter what decade we are in. Well that is what we know, if you have any more to add then please do.

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  • jobbo

    One thing that has changed this is the cars that are becoming some of the older cars are nice cars to drive. Back when it was a 24 dodge or the like, they were not a pleasure to drive, but like myself I am planning on a full restoration of a  74 HJ Statesman pre polution engine, quite nice to drive, air conditioned , the only non standard is the LPG conversion which makes it affordable to drive , 5 lts turbo 400 etc. Can go away on a tour weekend or more and enjoy the trip