Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
4/15/21 1:06 p.m.
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Looking to add to the stable, but having trouble deciding? Don’t worry, we assembled a panel of experts from today’s collector car world and asked them for their top market picks.

The full story comes out in the upcoming July issue of Classic Motorsports, but we can share one bit of unanimous advice: buy the best example possible.

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wspohn
wspohn SuperDork
4/17/21 10:56 a.m.

FWIW, I understand that people will want to minimize the money they will lose on resale with any given car (actually making money on resale is a pipe dream seldom achieved in any reasonable time frame), but I appreciate articles about maximizing pleasure with a given purchase rather than dollars.

I'll make a mental note to pick up a copy of the July issue when it hits the stands here to see how that balance is handled (if it is addressed).

 

Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
4/20/21 9:14 a.m.

In reply to wspohn :

Thanks for your input. We usually focus more on fun than value.

Tom1200
Tom1200 SuperDork
4/20/21 10:27 a.m.

I know it's part of the hobby but I hate these.................I do view it as a neccesary evil though.

Thankfully I seem to love oddballs so my pick are likely to stay affordable.

+5000 on buy a car you like and not just becuase it's an investment.

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