Affordable investment cars are lucrative things, as keeping a car on the road is often an expensive pasttime for anything which can even be considered a classic.
Analyst organisation CAP HPI has compiled a list of the most promising future classics on the market, with the cars available from as little as £1650 on PistonHeads.
Take a look at this year’s hottest future classics below.
Ten most affordable future classics:
But, as we explained recently, Westfield has been working away quietly, with unlikely projects in autonomous pods, and a mid-engined sports car on the way next year.
Westfields can be had from as little as £6000 on PistonHeads, so snap them up before prices start to rocket.
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Another lightweight sportster due to gain value, the VX220 was Vauxhall’s rival to the Lotus Elise. It never quite reached the same level of success as the Lotus Elise, hence the lack of follow-up model.
Vauxhall’s loss is the used buyer’s game, though, as the model’s scarcity, barely aged looks and still razor-sharp dynamics mean it’s looked back upon fondly.
The lowest-priced VX220 on PistonHeads right now is less than £9000, and it won’t be long before the cheapest you can get is at least five figures.
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As the oldest car on the list, numbers are dwindling - latest figures suggest there’s as little as 1400 left on the road.
It’s been in serious demand for quite a while too, so prices are already spiking. The cheapest non-project example on PistonHeads right now is £4250, so won’t be around for long.
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