How many old classic cars are lying rusting in sheds and barns across the UK?
Sometimes they have sentimental value. Perhaps they bring back fond memories of a special time in the owner’s life. Sometimes, they were owned by a much-loved relative, now gone. Or it can be that their owner has a passion for a particular make or era of classic car.
But somehow, the restoration keeps being put off, either through lack of time, skill or fear of the cost. Yet, their owners hang on to them intending eventually to restore them to their former glory…. One day!
Classic cars – a sentimental asset with a surprising investment value
Isn’t it time you rescued that rotting old classic car from the outbuilding, barn or shed and restored it to its former glory?
Restoring a classic car doesn’t have to cost a fortune
It can be done gradually over a period of time to fit your budget. Take a look at our How we work page to see how you can manage the restoration.
A restored classic can be a good investment
Do you have a potential classic treasure trove hidden away?
It is not only the top of the range models such as Ferrari, Porsche, Rolls Royce or Bentley that have value as assets, the more ordinary models have also been appreciating in value as people seek alternative investments to savings in banks that pay little or no interest.
Take a look at This is Money’s 2016 list of the top 12 classics that have appreciated in value and this update for the ones to watch in 2017
To discuss restoring your classic car please contact us