01.11.17 - Ferrari Enzo

Over the next twelve months some cars will become classics and others that already are will become more valuable than ever. That meticulously cared for car that you drive might be the right one for you to consider a great investment for the future. Some of the cars that will increase in value over the next year might surprise you while others may just be what you’ve been working for over the past several years.

1968-1970 Dodge Charger – This car is one of the most enjoyed muscle cars of the era and the demand for it as at an all-time high right now. This interest is expected to increase and the value will continue to go up throughout the year. Right now this car is considered to be a safe investment and one that you can enjoy if you happen to own this car.  Make sure to keep it in mint condition by only using Genuine MOPAR Parts when you work on her though!

1966-1977 Ford Bronco – The Bronco is an SUV that has been loved for many years, but the models from this time period are boxy and have the classic look we enjoyed. Right now if you have one of these early SUVs you’ll be able to sell it for a high price or let it continue to increase in value because they seem to be in high demand by Generation X-ers.

1993-1998 Toyota Supra Turbo – The value of this car as it enters classic car status isn’t a big surprise at all. The Supra has been a favorite of tuners for many years and this car can be found at a price of around $40,000 right now and it’s expected to increase in value over the year. This is a car that you want to hang on to and keep in perfect condition.

2007-2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS – The Porsche name carries a lot of clout and it’s a great car to have the ride you want and the drive you love. As a car that comes in as a higher price initially, if you have one of these cars you’ll love the benefit of an increased value in this ca and the dynamic performance it brings for you.

1970 Plymouth Superbird – Here is a car that’s not only cool to look at but its increasing in value as we speak. If you own one of these beauties and have restored it or kept it in pristine condition, you already know this car is one that’s increased in its value over the past several years to give you a car that’s enjoyable to own.

2000-2006 BMW M3 – As the car that has been considered the best driving machine in the world, the E30 M3 models will continue to increase in value. Right now is the time to pick one up while the prices are lower than the will be later in the year. This model is a car that’s perfect for you to drive and enjoy the increase in value.

1997-2004 Chevrolet Corvette – This is a car that’s about to be twenty years on the market and is one that is at an all-time low. As we turn to the next year or more of this car being on the market it will increase in value and be a great investment for you if you don’t already have one of these gorgeous cars.

1971-1972 Dodge Challenger – Here’s another great muscle car from the era that will give you the performance you want and the power you’ve been searching for. Along with these aspects of the Challenger, this version is increasing in price and will continue to give you the benefit of a great look and feel when you’re driving around in the Challenger.

2003-2006 Dodge Viper – As one of the most impressive sports cars of the time period, the Viper is a car that gives us the performance we want and is continuing to increase in value. As a model that will no longer be sold the Viper from this generation is becoming a quick classic on the market.

2003 Ferrari Enzo – The Enzo comes in at a price that will make you drop your jaw and it should come as no surprise this car is increasing in value. Some of these cars already sell for as much as $2.3 million and it has become an iconic car that you can see continue to rise in price over the next several years.

Written by CQ Livingston

When it comes to cars, I believe that they are meant to be driven. They shouldn't be parked in a museum regardless of how expensive they are. If they can go, they should go!

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