This year the markets, compared to classic cars, were a distant second!— Leon Strümpher
Look for rust. High mileage is not a problem. Look for original parts. Does the car have a rare colour? Look for vehicles produced in small numbers.— Leon Strümpher
If you take it seriously it can pay off handsomely.— Leon Strümpher
Are cars good investments?
Considering their shocking depreciation; most definitely not!
Having said that; things change when referring to “classic” cars.
Strümpher discussed the market for classic cars in South Africa and how to determine if it’s a good investment.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Classic cars are at least about 40 years old.— Leon Strümpher
Vintage cars come from the pre-war era.— Leon Strümpher
A true classic is a head-turner.— Leon Strümpher
The VW Transporter – the surfing van – is coming into vogue. They’re so practical and simple!— Leon Strümpher
Selling online would be the best way to market your classic car abroad.— Leon Strümpher
The biggest collectors can’t sell their cars, because they just love them too much!— Leon Strümpher
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