OK guys, I’m going to chime in here with probably a not so popular answer. I’m seeing the handwriting on the wall here so in the past four years I have sold four of my collector-type cars. They were an all-steel 1932 Ford street rod, a beautifully restored 1965 Ford Mustang coupe, a mint, mint, mint 1991 Cadillac Allante with 19k certified, documented original miles and a nice, original 1993 Cadillac Sixty Special. I’d been watching the markets for all of these cars starting to slide. I watched a lot to be sure this is what they were doing.
Each of those cars used to get a lot of attention when I drove them somewhere but as time went on, that was becoming a rare occurrence. It honestly had gotten to the point where most people paid them no attention no matter what age the people were.
I decided to sell them while there still was some interest in them and while they still were bringing decent money before they slid further. It’s just like the stock market. Buy low, sell high and I didn’t want to change that to “buy low, sell low”!
I now have no vehicles that could be considered collector-type cars except a 2008 Chevrolet HHR SS which is a really rare vehicle but who knows what that will mean in the years to come?
I enjoyed it for the 45 years I collected them but it is time to move on.