Looking for a good car to buy to add to your collection? According to Hagerty, sports cars from the 1990s are hot right now among collectors. In the car collector world right now, it’s all about the late 90s sports cars and supercars, including vehicles like the Dodge Viper GTS, Acura Integra Type R, BMW M Roadster, Porsche 914, and Ferrari 360.
“The high school graduates of the late ’90s are now in their late thirties, and like every generation before them, they are investing in the cars of their youth,” said Larry Webster, Hagerty magazine’s editor-in-chief. “The difference is they love imports, SUVs, and cars that are more modern, affordable and fun to drive than conventional classics. It’s great to see them put their stamp on the hobby.”
The cars listed in the first paragraph are just the tip of the iceberg and the ones that will be most interesting to our supercar-loving audience. There were also some non-supercars and sports cars on the list as well as a few SUVs. The bottom line is that cars from the 1960s didn’t appear in Hagerty’s recommendations. It’s all about the 1990s and early 2000s.
Now that doesn’t mean cars from the 60s and 70s won’t pull in good numbers, but you’ll likely be surprised by what collectors lust over in 2020. To see a more in-depth look at all of the vehicles on the Bull Market List from Hagerty, click here.