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Appreciating Autos: Hagerty lists top 10 collector cars for 2022

Traverse City, Michigan – Hagerty, a company specializing in classic vehicle insurance announced the top 10 collector cars which will increase in value over 2022, predicting this year will be a bull market.

With supply shortages since 2021 driving up prices and no expected solution on the horizon, Hagerty writes “there are still good buys out there if you’re paying attention and willing to act.”

Some of these inclusions stem from changing demographics in the collector car market, as millennials and Gen X starting collections of their own.

Hagerty’s Top 10 collector cars are:

  • 1965–70 Cadillac DeVille ($28,500 – $38,500)
  • 1969–74 Ferrari 246 Dino ($366,000 – $402,500)
  • 1963–67 Mercedes-Benz 230SL ($80,500 – $108,500)
  • 1966–67 Pontiac GTO ($100,000 – $129,000)
  • 1975–93 Volvo 245 ($15,500, $21,500)
  • 1979–85 Mazda RX-7 ($17,500 – $27,000)
  • 1985–95 Suzuki Samurai ($10,000 – $14,500)
  • 1992–95 Porsche 968 ($38,000 – $51,500)
  • 1983–97 Land Rover Defender ($61,500, $77,500)
  • 2008–12 Tesla Roadster Sport ($97,100 – $115,000)

For more information and a breakdown for the price of each vehicle, click here.

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