With classic car buyers becoming younger, it is not surprising that demand vehicles are shifting to a newer generation of vehicles, and here are the top 5 classic cars on the rise:
1970 to 1985 Land Rover Range Rover
Known for being a little costlier to repair and more prone to being in the shop, these vehicles appeal to millennials because the entry cost to own a classic SUV is relatively low for the Land Rover Range Rover brand.
1998 to 2000 BMW M Roadster
Given their relative youth, this generation of BMW M Roadsters appeals to the collector car enthusiast that still wants to drive their classic vehicle on the regular. Opt for the M variant over the Z3 and receive BMW’s iconic performance-oriented model that offers unparalleled fun in a small package.
1966 Ford Bronco
With the release of the revamped Bronco later in 2021, it is not surprising that more enthusiasts are trying to get their hands on the original. While bargain prices can be found, expect to pay a substantial sum to restore a Bronco to their original glory.
Another classic that has been brought to life again in recent years is the performance enthused NSX. Known for a sleek and sporty profile, a pristine NSX will fetch into the low $100,000s by 2021.
Known for bringing Chrysler back to popularity, the Viper has a V-10 engine and aggressive styling that always turns head. It may be lacking in creature comforts, but it more than makes up for that once on the track.
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