CNBC reports that during the last 5 years, classic cars have paid a better overall return on investment than the stock market. In 2014, a Ferrari 250 GTO sold at auction for $38.1 million dollars to set a new record. But you don’t need to be a millionaire to enter the world of classic car investing. Here’s 10 slightly more affordable models that are predicted to see a huge jump in the years to come.
Hailed by legions of BMW aficionados as the greatest all-around car the German marque has ever produced, the first-generation "E30" M3 sport coupe is due for a huge spike in value. The car's 192-horsepower 2.3-liter four-cylinder may not bring huge straight-line performance, but a perfectly balanced chassis and beautiful 1980s styling make this most desirable of Bimmers a must have for collectors. For those with the means, the Euro-market E30 M3 EVO, with its larger engine, can now legally be imported and will be the first M3 to reach six figures.
Price In 2015: $20,000 - $45,000