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10 Reasonably Priced Classic Cars That Are Hot Collectors in 2020

As we all get older it can often be hard to wrap our minds around how fast time flies.  The fact that 2020 is just days away means that vehicles from 1995 are about to be considered classics.  It’s that kind of statement that can make some of us scratch our heads in disbelief.

The age of classic car classifications varies from state to state and also in the minds of enthusiasts.  If 20 years satisfies your classic car categorization, then (this is hard for us to say) all vehicles made prior to the year 2000 are considered a classic. The word collectable still remains to be seen.

Classic car insurer Hagerty has released their Bull Market List of what they believe will be the hottest classic cars to collect in 2020.  They primarily base their predictions based on projected value, insurance quote trends, industry buzz and dealer insights.

We just came across the story in USA Today and thought we had to share the exciting news with our readers.  It appears there are a lot of young enthusiasts getting into collecting classic cars, but this new generation isn’t exactly after coveted classics from the 50s, 60s or 70s like their parents are.   Many collectors from younger age groups are after the vehicles they fell in live with growing up in the 80s and 90s.  And their interests are definitely shifting the classic cars market.

Here are the 10 most reasonably priced classic cars that will be hot collectors in the new year.

1996-2002 Dodge Viper GTS

Price when new: $66,000

Current Hagerty value: $47,800–$55,900

1990-95 Volkswagen Corrado

Price when new: $17,900

Current Hagerty value: $5,700–$8,000

1999-2005 Ferrari 360

Price when new: $170,779

Current Hagerty value: $82,200–$89,600

1971-80 International Harvester Scout

Price when new: $7,212

Current Hagerty value: $25,500–$32,500

1988–91 Honda CRX Si

Price when new: $10,195

Current Hagerty value: $11,200–$15,300

1997-2001 Acura Integra Type R

Price when new: $24,830

Current Hagerty value: $40,700–$51,200

1984–2001 Jeep Cherokee

Price when new: $21,665

Current Hagerty value: $7,600–$10,400

1998-2002 BMW M Roadster

Price when new: $42,770

Current Hagerty value: $21,000–$27,200

1970–76 Porsche 914

Price when new: $42,770

Current Hagerty value: $21,000–$27,200

1970–95 Land Rover Range Rover

Price when new: $45,000

Current Hagerty value: $20,500–$30,300

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