TOP TEN 2017 BEST CLASSIC CARS TO COLLECT
Collecting classic cars can be one of the most pleasurable hobbies, and as every year passes, the value of a lot of them changes so one must try to get their hands on the car they want before the price raises to the sky. Waiting any longer to buy one of these vehicles can cost you more money than expected. 2017 already started, but it is still a good time to check out what vehicle is going to have more value. Sometimes, you will have to get model you want really used, with the need of an urgent classic car restoration. In these cases, you will have to contact a really good tempe mechanic. If you are located in Arizona, Scottsdale Muffler & Automotive is the best choice for you, offering the best prices of the market; a fraction of what a dealership can cost you. Don’t hesitate to reach us if you are around Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa and surrounding areas. In this blog, we will bring you information about the top ten cars we think you should be interested in this year, in no particular order:
Toyota Supra Turbo between 1993 – 1998
One of the most popular cars of its era, and one of the fastest of the 90’s, we believe it deserves a spot in this top 10 for the amount of appearances in movies and even in video games. We believe that this model will see a huge arise in 2019 since that is the year the new Toyota Supra is going to be released. You can check more information about the 2019 model with a quick internet search.
Ferrari Enzo from 2003
One of the most beautiful cars in existence, named after the company’s founder, it was made in 2002 with Formula One technology in mind. This model is a bit more than 10 years old but it Is still one of the most valuable cars. If you manage to save a couple million dollars, this automobile can be yours.
Chevrolet Corvette 1997 – 2004
The Corvette have seven generations of different modifications, but in this top ten, the most valuable one is the fifth generation (C5) from 1997 to 2004. It is considered a classic already since there are newer Corvette models after this one. You can grab one of these babies from approximately $15,000 dollars. If you want to get one, be as quick as possible; the price of this car will increase over the years.
Ford Bronco from 1966 – 1977
Of course, this top ten can’t be only filled with sport cars! Considered a Multi-Purpose Vehicle, the Bronco was introduced as a competitor to other SUVs. While getting more popular each year, you can get one of these for $20,000, but the price will bump each year and even more with the new Bronco that will come in 2020.
Porsche 911 GT3 RS from 2007 – 2011
From one of the most popular brands, the 911 GT3 is the high performance version of the 911, with the focus on racing. Nowadays, this car is so rare and hard to get that most Porsche collectors are fighting each other over one. With a price that reaches even more than $150,000, you need to imagine how high this will cost over the years to come.
Dodge Charger from 1968 – 1970
The Charger had a big amount of changes over the years since its first apparition, including being full-sized sedans, hatchbacks and even coupes. Having appeared in a lot of known movies, like The Dukes of Hazard, this car reaches a cost around $30,000 dollars, so we suggest you to get it as soon as you can because it will get more expensive later.
BMW M3 from 2000 – 2006
This is considered one of the cars that will pass to history as the most wanted classic car for the performance and style it has for the cost of $20,000 dollars. This is the high performance version of the M3 series so if you want something that looks really pretty and a lot of power, this the car for you.
Dodge Viper from 2003 – 2006
Now that this model is discontinued, the third generation of Dodge Vipers, called Phase I ZB, can reach the price up to $50,000 dollars. People are looking for Dodge Vipers like hot cakes so you better hurry if you want to find one with low mileage.
Plymouth Superbird from 1970
Being one of the few cars that can be recognized from miles away do to its unique design, it had many modifications through the years that were obtained from the track competition in Daytona’s season. Chrysler published that 2,783 Superbirds were made, so this is one of the reasons the cost of this car goes up to $200,000 dollars.
Dodge Challenger from 1971 – 1972
Being the third and last Dodge of the list, it was the answer against the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro. Finding a Challenger in a good condition is a real challenge! And can have a cost of $20,000 dollars. We assure you that everything that comes with this car is worth every penny.
If you ever find yourself riding one of these beauties in Arizona, and you are in need of a mechanic, please give us a call at our contact information in our website. It does not matter what classic car you have, we are more than happy to help you in any type of Tempe classic car restoration or Tempe classic car repair you need.
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