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Psst…The time to invest in these affordable future classics is now!

If you’re looking for something to see in the spring sunshine that won’t cost the earth, and hopefully bring you a healthy return when it’s time to sell, Historics Auctioneers upcoming sale at The London Classic Car Show in Olympia on 25th February 2023 has plenty to choose from!

We’re nearing the end of the cold snap people, the warmer temperatures, the longer evenings, the countless car events, it’s all very nearly upon us. Once you’ve put away your de-icer and winter clothes, there’s no better feeling than that first day of spring, and we think these future classics heading to Historics Auctioneers upcoming sale would make that sensation even more of an occasion. 

The sub-£100,000 car market is thriving right now, and we’re seeing more and more incredible cars dip below this figure, allowing drivers to get behind the wheel of their dream cars, as well as not breaking the bank when it’s time to sell up. Whether you’re after a sleek, long-bodied coupè to feel like a retired French actor, or a thrilling V12 drop-top to simply annoy the neighbours with every weekend, this upcoming sale really does cater for all. 

We’ve handpicked some of our favourites from the sale, and one that immediately stood out to us was this 2015 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT, finished in a fantastic colour combination. These aren’t exactly classics right now, but the AMG GT offers the full package, and is a worthy competitor to the perhaps more conventional 911. If the AMG GT’s somehwhat muffled growl isn’t quite menacing enough, Historics Auctioneers’ sale as plenty of Aston Martins to stick a bid on, including a 2014 V12 Vantage S, good for over 560 horsepower and a soundtrack that’s truly like nothing else on the road. 

If these sporty coupès aren’t eye catching for you, £100,000 can thankfully get you some seriously special machines, including a Ferrari 599 finished in Grigio Silverstone Metallic, arguably one of the prancing horse’s finest shades. Similarly, another Aston Martin caught our eye, a Vanquish that looks straight from a Bond set, finished in the unmistakable Tungsten Silver. With an estimate of just £60-70,000, this is surely one to not only enjoy, but to keep hold of for years to come. 

These 8 cars are ones that we think should be invested in right now!