...highlighted the historical significance of Ford’s podium sweep at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans has only heightened interest in the modern Ford GTs.
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The one motorcycle on the list is the 1969 Honda CB750. It was a runaway hit in its day and it seems that nostalgia is what Hagerty believes will drive values up this next year. People flocked to these CB750s back in the day because they served up Euro-style design, stout performance, plus reliability – things you just couldn’t get in the same package from competitors. Surprisingly, it’s not just Boomers driving a recent value surge, with Millennials deciding these bikes are a must-have for their collection.
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As the only off-roader on the list, the 1993-1997 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80 isn’t surprising to those in the know. With previous generations of the Land Cruiser spiking in value dramatically, it’s only a matter of time before these become astronomically expensive. Combined with news the Land Cruiser will be no more in the US after 2021, people are feeling nostalgic for older models. There are a lot of lasts included in the FZJ80, like the inline-six and solid front axle, plus some firsts which made the SUV more luxurious than its predecessors. The good news is for right now these off-roaders are fairly cheap, so now could be a good time to scoop one up.
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The 2005-2017 Aston Martin V8 Vantage made the cut, which isn’t a shock either. Undeniably cool, debonair, and a blast to drive, many agree these are some of the best of the modern Aston Martins. Considering they were some of the least expensive...