The latest batch of affordable future classics are in, as compiled by Cap HPI black book editor Clive Wilson.
It’s a convertible special this time around, with appreciating drop-tops set to rise in value.
The most affordable future classic convertibles
It’s ever-rumoured for revival by Honda, but while there’s no second-generation S2000, all we have is the original and our rose-tinted spectacles.
And what an original: a high-revving, back-to-basics soft-top with little electronic interference and driving dynamics to put six-figure Italians to shame.
You can pay as little as £5000 for a used Honda S2000 in the PistonHeads classifieds, although the majority of examples are £10,000 or more.
Read more: Honda S2000 | Used Car Buying Guide
Audi TT 3.2 V6
The original Audi TT is already revered as a design classic. Throw in a 3.2-litre V6 engine and you’ve got a sharply-dressed threat to cars twice its original price.
Convertibles are less sought-after than coupés and DSG-equipped cars are less sought after than manuals, so there’s potential for a bargain investment once the stick-shift coupés are silly money.
What’s more, they start from less than £4000 on the PistonHeads classifieds. Grab one while you can.
Read more: Audi TT | Used Car Buying Guide
Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0 V6