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Book: Investing in Cars

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By: Dr Vincent van der Vinne

Price: £ 98.50 (including P+P Europe)

Language: English

Pages: 496

Size: 10.6 x 10.6 inches / 27 x 27 cm

Total colour photos: 1,083

Photos of different cars: 391

Photos of different brands: 97

Price development of cars in bar graphs: 141

In which cars have people been interested in the past 35 years and why? The aim of this book is to indicate which factors determine the demand for classic cars.

Since the mid-nineties, classical cars have been increasing in value. This book shows price movements of a large number of classic and vintage cars in bar graphs. It explains why one car’s value has increased more than another’s. Based on the research on car price movements from the early eighties to the present, the book also offers predictions about what cars will attract the attention of future collectors. Additionally, it contains unique picture material of the most exceptional and most valuable cars in the world, made available by Artcurial, Bonhams and RM Sotheby’s.

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Title: Investing in cars
ISBN/EAN: 9789490758004
Price: £ 98,50 (including P+P Europe)
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Available: december, 2015
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Investing in cars

The increase in value of classic cars in recent years attracts interest. In 2011 Dr Vincent van der Vinne wrote his first book about this subject in Dutch. His second book was published in 2014 and was sold out in less than a year.

In December 2015 his third book arrived, this time translated into English. This book is titled: Investing in cars.

The aim of this book is to indicate which factors determine the demand for classic cars. These factors are brand awareness, the original market segment, the type of coachwork, the coachbuilder, the rarity of the coachwork, its beauty, the originality, the production totals, the condition, and the history of the car. The last factor that exercises influence on the price of cars is the collector himself. A changing interest among collectors leads to shifts in the price development of cars.

Investing in cars shows price movements of a large number of cars in bar graphs (such as models made by: AC, Alfa Romeo, Amicar, Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Chevrolet, Delahaye, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Lancia, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Riley and Vauxhall). Using this information, the book gives an explanation for the changing interest in classic cars. By studying the price developments of classic cars of the past 35 years, an outline of the interest can be provided. And with this explanation in mind, an estimation can be made of which classic cars will be most sought after in the future.

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