17 November 2014

YOU’RE INVITED TO A FREE HAGERTY SEMINAR ABOUT THE CLASSIC CAR MARKET

Please join us on Thursday, Jan. 15, at Penske Racing Museum in Phoenix for a free seminar in which our experts examine the parallels between the classic car market today and the boom of 1990 that led to the cataclysmic bust a year later. Space is limited to 250 people and registration is required; click here to reserve your spot.

Can’t make it in person? We invite you to watch online here.

Boom or Bust? What 2015 holds for the Market, 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. MT

This year marks 25 years since the last historic market peak of 1990, and what happened a year later still resonates in the market today. Our panel of distinguished experts will discuss the current state of the market and what the similarities and differences are between 2015 and 1990.

The panel includes experts Wayne Carini, host of Velocity’s “Chasing Classic Cars”; Ken Lingenfelter, car collector and owner of Lingenfelter Performance Engineering; Donnie Gould, Senior Car Specialist with RM Auctions; and Rob Sass, Publisher of Hagerty Classic Cars magazine.

The discussion will be moderated by Hagerty Price Guide Publisher Dave Kinney, and introduced by Adam Martin, Vice President of The Hagerty Institute for Collector Vehicles.

Penske Racing Museum
7125 E. Chauncey Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85054

6 Reader Comments

  • 1
    frank United States December 10, 2014 at 18:17
    Despite all the efforts by hagerty to promote the collector car market and they really have done remarkable job the people who love these types of cars like myself are dwindling down quickly in just a few more years there will be very few left most of them are in their late 60s this 521
  • 2
    Frank Dunshee Glendale, AZ December 10, 2014 at 23:33
    It was Great Last Year, I am sure it will be Great this time also!
  • 3
    Sean Dunshee Peoria, AZ December 10, 2014 at 23:41
    Would love to see how the clasic car market is heading!
  • 4
    Sharon Symons United States December 13, 2014 at 17:00
    I have a 1962 Chevy II Nova. Original everything/36K miles Do you have any info onthis, and is it worth anything. It is a one ower car/2 drs/red/auto. Thanks ssymons@shentel.net
  • 5
    Tom B East Coast, USA December 24, 2014 at 11:23
    You want a classic car? First look in your garage. I have a Hummer H3 V8 with low miles and nothing is wrong with it. Some don't think it's collectible but I do. First, they don't make them anymore and second it's unmistakable. I love older cars but now you have to pay 10 G's and hope it's not a rust bucket or has other serious problems. It's become big business and the average guy needs some foresight to get a decent deal.
  • 6
    Tom B East Coast, USA December 24, 2014 at 11:24
    You want a classic car? First look in your garage. I have a Hummer H3 V8 with low miles and nothing is wrong with it. Some don't think it's collectible but I do. First, they don't make them anymore and second it's unmistakable. I love older cars but now you have to pay 10 G's and hope it's not a rust bucket or has other serious problems. It's become big business and the average guy needs some foresight to get a decent deal.

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