Classic cars are now seen as a much better investment than savings accounts!
Lately it has been suggested that, due to a change in pension rules, pensioners would be better to spend their savings on a Lamborghini, with bank interest rates wallowing at around 0.5 per cent, there's little point in keeping cash in the bank. The values of some classic cars have risen by 257 per cent in recent years, so sinking your money into an old Ferrari or vintage Jaguar might just be a sound investment. You could buy a car for £65,000, and in five years it might be worth £80,000, and you've had five years of fun. Put it in the bank and you might have £65,000 - if the bank is still there? Ditch the savings, withdraw the pension and pile it into high-end classics.
Motoworld Ltd is a family run business specialising in Classics, sports, prestige, luxury and family used cars. We have a comprehensive selection of quality Prestige, Sports and Family used cars from Ford, Volvo, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Porsche and Lamborghini, but we do love our Classics!
Our magnificent 1951 Classic Two Tone Metallic Grey Humber Super Snipe with its strong lines, prominent bonnet and lashings of chrome is a pleasure to behold, Truly Handsome.
In October 1958, the new Super Snipe was introduced and, the new car was based on the unitized chassis and body of the four-cylinder Humber Hawk, but with a new 2.6 litre, 2,651 cc, six-cylinder overhead-valve engine.
The Mk III followed in 1950 and was externally very similar but had a Panhard rod added to the rear suspension. It can be readily distinguished from the previous model by the simpler dome-shaped bumpers and the rectangular stainless-steel foot-treads on the running-boards.
A Mk III tested by The Motor magazine in 1951 had a top speed of 81.6 mph and could accelerate from 0-60 mph in 19.1, seconds, very fast for its era.
Our Stunning classic is definitely worth a look!
1973 was the last year a Cougar convertible was available, it is such a cool car. You can absolutely roast those rear tires just by flooring it.
Feeling special was the point of the Cougar all along. It was always billed as a 'personal luxury car'.
Riding inside the car, the Cougar imparts specialness like the old cars did. In fact it has better riding due to suspension work done for the larger 1971 model.
Our Beautiful 1973 Sky Blue Cougar has a White electric Hood and 5.4L engine. A Classic that can still conjure a lot of Fun! Resist & You Will Regret!
Our 1953 Chevrolet 3600 pickup is in immaculate condition.
For those who plan to buy a classic and stash it away somewhere to be kept in mint condition and never be driven, investment is clearly the main motive.
On the other hand, most of Britain's small army of classic car owners would not dream of keeping their pride and joy under wraps, for them driving the classic is the point of ownership and that means that for most it counts as a hobby as well as an investment.
We would like to introduce you to our Genuine, All origional '1971' MKIII Lincoln Continental Coupe, which is finished in the rare combination of Ivy Green with a White Hood and White leather interior.
Everything on our Lincoln Continental is origional including the paint and the radio.
It is powered by the legendary 460 cubic inch V8, this car produces 365 b.h.p and 500lbs of torque!!!
This is the Ultimate Luxury Muscle Car!!!
There is alot of history with this car, It was imported in March 2007 from Beauford, South Carolina and and has be kept by Lincoln enthusiasts, the Lincoln has had various replacement parts needed due to age and being kept in storage. Our Lincoln Continental Mk III drives super smooth and is whisper quiet just as a Lincoln should be.