Originally Posted by flyboyike
And even that's questionable due to inflation. Those "massive dollars" decades from now may (and probably will) have less purchasing power than the "non-massive" dollars today.
The last Le Mans class Ford GT sold for 11 million at RM. That fact that it was a Gulf GT increased the value more.
A 1963 Ferrari GTO 250 sold for 35 million, The car that Moss drove.
Chris Evans bought a 250 GTO for 18 million.
These are the only cars that qualify as investments. They get rare and they were desirable to begin with.
1969 Boss 429s run from 180k all the way to 550k, sometimes on cars that aren't even restored.
Cars can be a great investment if you get something that is both rare and desirable. Even 250k Lambos are not collectors cars. They won't appreciate in value.