One of the biggest myths in the classic car world is that “rare cars are valuable.”
Here are some of the rules:
A rare car is worth nothing if no one wants it (see many rare cars that went out of production from 1900-WWII).
1960s Mustangs were made in large numbers, demand for all models remains very high.
Ultra rare editions are more valuable, special dealer editions often attract little extra value.
LIPSTICK ON A PIG
Avoiding Life’s Lemons
Lipstick on a Pig features excerpts from the vast library of Maurice Bramhall’s experiences.