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It's no surprise when you hear of classic cars that beat the record value for which they are sold. The Ferrari 250 GTFerrari 250 GT Gen.1Italy, 1954 > 1964 is perhaps the epitome of these cars and every time one of them goes to auction it's expectable that it might set a new record.
However, this is one of many cars that we are already used to see around. There are many people who would like to know which cars in the future will be overvalued after leaving production. Many for the possibility of winning some bucks, others only just to be able to have a car that many would dream to have.
In an attempt to preview which cars sold in 2014 are more likely to become collectible cars, the American insurer Hagerty and their collector car experts drafted the "Hot List 2014" which includes 10 cars, sold for a value under $100,000, with more possibilities of becoming a cult car. Because Hagerty only considered cars with a starting price below $100,000 some models recently released were excluded from this list, like the Ferrari LaFerrariFerrari LaFerrariItaly, 2013 > present or the Rolls-Royce WraithRolls-Royce WraithUnited Kingdom, 2013 > present.
Now find out which 10 models may become classics in the future.
The British marque makes a triumphant return to the sports car scene with the growling F-Type. Boasting a healthy V8 engine and rear drive platform, the F-Type will surely be a driving enthusiast choice soon enough.
A performance-oriented sedan with an old school manual transmission is quickly becoming an extinct species. While more drivers shun the thought of using three pedals, we applaud BMW for keeping this option alive in this segment.
The Ghibli returns for a third time, and this time as a four door. The twin turbochargers feeding the 404 horsepower 3.0 liter V6 ensures the Ghibli is more than just another pretty curved model from Maserati.
A budget-friendly Italian sports car might sound like an oxymoron, but the 4C is saying all the right words. With a carbon fiber tub leading to a curb weight of just over 2,100 lbs., this sporty two-seater from Alfa Romeo is every man's dream.
The Corvette is the most popularly collected vehicle in the U.S. so Chevrolet had no choice but to make the new C7 great. It is a nice mix of Corvette heritage with real world performance figures and technology goodies.
The Nissan Z car has amassed a following and the 370Z NISMO is the latest and greatest in this lineage. With Japanese cars now representing a standalone class of collectables in a way that we have not seen in the past, 350 and 370Zs will not be ignored by collectors in years to come.
While the styling of the new Challenger has always harkened back to the glory days of muscle cars, nothing says horsepower wars like a bulging hood scoop. Dodge went back to the roots and added the iconic shaker hood to atop of a healthy HEMI engine and R/T options package and created the special edition Shaker.
Vintage SUV’s are the fastest growing segment and Jeep leads that pack. While more comfortable than its bare bones workhorse ancestor, the Rubicon X is highly capable for not a lot of money. Many of these now compete at events, which means they will one day command respect at vintage off-road demonstrations.