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​Here's what you need to consider when investing in a classic car!

​Buying a classic:

​Classic cars such as Bugatti, Jaguar and Porsche often have a high recognition value and remain desirable regardless of fashion trends.

​Culturally relevant cars:

​Vehicles that have a special cultural significance, such as the Aston Martin DB5 from the James Bond film "Goldfinger", can be a worthwhile investment.


​The more original the vehicle, the better. A well-preserved original condition can increase the value of the classic car. Nevertheless, you should also be prepared to live with some minor quirks in order to preserve the charm of the vehicle.

​Body condition:

​Pay attention to the condition of the bodywork. If there is a lot of damage or rust, the repair costs can quickly become expensive.

​Costs and benefits:

​Consider the likely costs of maintaining and using the classic car. If you plan to use the vehicle regularly, you should opt for more reliable brands such as Mercedes, BMW or VW.

​Parking space:

​A sheltered parking space is important to protect the classic car from the elements and to prolong its life.

​Condition before equipment:

​Give preference to vehicles in better condition over those with better equipment.

​Gather information:

​Research specialised forums and seek the advice of trusted experts for information on spare parts availability and potential weaknesses of specific vehicles.


​The rarer and more exotic the classic car, the higher the maintenance costs often are. Take this into account when buying.


​Vehicles with low mileage are often more valuable. Avoid vehicles that have been used for everyday driving.

​Mechanical condition:

​Make sure the vehicle is in good mechanical condition, including the engine, cooling system, brakes and ignition system. This will ensure reliable performance.

​Rust problems:

​Avoid vehicles that rust badly, as restoration can be expensive.


​For high-priced classic cars, get an appraisal from a professional to verify the value and condition of the vehicle.

​Get informed:

​Take time to read up on the make and model of the classic car. Find out about potential problems and availability of spare parts.


​As with any investment, you should think one step ahead when choosing a classic car and consider the potential future value and demand. It is important to remember that buying and maintaining a classic car can also be costly and time-consuming. It is advisable to do extensive research and consult with experts before making a decision. Good luck with your classic car investment!

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