You Have $15,000, Pick A Used Car That You Think Will Be A Valuable Collectible In 2032

You Have $15,000, Pick A Used Car That You Think Will Be A Valuable Collectible In 2032

If the last two years have taught us anything, it should be that things can change quickly. For the used car market, prices have been skyrocketing for a whole host of reasons including a lack of new cars thanks to the chip shortage. Despite that, there are still a number of reasonably priced enthusiast vehicles that have led us to our question today. Which used car can you buy today for $15,000 or less that will be a collectible ten years from today?

Typically, collectible cars are associated with one thing, lots and lots of money. For example, the new limited-production Lamborghini Countach is set to become the latest garage queen for the super-rich. That doesn’t always have to be the case though. Just a few years ago vehicles like the old Toyota Landcruiser could be had for pennies compared to what they’re worth today.

We are making things considerably harder by limiting our budget to just $15,000 though. Obviously special cars are considerably more difficult to come by with that kind of money. In addition, the used market haystack is a lot bigger, and a lot harder to sort through at that kind of price point.

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Perhaps the smart move is to look for something from another market that will be legalized around that same time. While impractical for most people, those who bought up low mileage R34 Nissan GT-Rs years ago are probably about to get a big windfall as they become legal here in the USA shortly.

At the same time, there are likely some very solid options that any of us could go get today. In Hagerty’s annual bull market list they’ve recently included the FB Mazda RX-7, the Suzuki Samurai, and the Audi TT Quattro Coupe. Those are all fun cars that can be had for under $15,000 right now.

We really like the Volvo 245 too. It’s sincerely practical, easy to work on, reliable, not too hard to find, very unique, and will probably stand out even more ten years from now than it does today. What would you pick? Do you already own the vehicle you think will appreciate in the next decade? Tell us below!

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