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Classic Cars

New Auction Record in Australia for the Sale of a Ford Falcon GTHO Phase III

Posted on 15th August 2018 – Classic Cars

A rare, mostly unrestored, Ford Falcon Phase III goes under the hammer in Australia and beats new record in sales price at auction.

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Vehicles in the ‘Share’ Economy

Posted on 15th July 2018 – Classic Cars

From renting a iconic classic car for a few hours to sharing rides, peer-to-peer websites have created new opportunities for people.

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The Longest-Lived Vehicles

Posted on 15th May 2018 – Classic Cars

Once cars have clocked 100,000 km, you would expect regular visits to your mechanics. Meet those that have reach millions of kilometers.

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A Brief History of One of the Most Iconic Cars in the World: the Mini

Posted on 15th August 2017 – Classic Cars

Even if you aren't a car buff, you will have heard of the Mini, the most adorable car in the world. OK, we admit that Beetles are quite cute too, and if you were a fan of Herbie The Love Bug films, you might want to argue that no movie was ever made starring a Mini, proving that Beetles are cuter, but you would be wrong.

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Is the Classic Car Market Decelerating?

Posted on 30th November 2016 – Classic Cars

Over the last decade or so, buying classic cars has proved a sure way to make massive returns while satisfying a passion for historic and rare vehicles. Despite these positive results, there have been signs that this trend may be about to change as the HAGI Top Index, which tracks the value of 50 of the allegedly ‘world’s most desirable cars’, only saw an increase of 1 percent last year.

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