At that price point it's not about the car any more....great looking motor, but $25m ? it aint that great looking!
I don't think you could be more wrong.At that price point it's not about the car any more....
It's about 'What can I resell it for'
That's where a whole load of people got stung when the classic car bubble burst back in the '90s.
On day thay had a Mk2 Jag that they'd bought for 50-60k, the next it was worh half that.
That's the issue when you're buying as a speculator, not a petrolhead.
Granted, Chris Evans is the exception to the rule, along with people like JayKay and Jay Leno.I don't think you could be more wrong.
Chris Evans is a total petrolhead, he's just into more exotic (and therefore more expensive) cars than we are, namely vintage Ferraris.
True, they are bought as an investment, but he also drives and enjoys them.
:twisted::yeahthat::twisted:Saw him on TopGear and apparently has 12 vintage Ferrari's lined up in a huge heated garage. Definatly a car nut and not such a twat as i thought he was. If i'd got his money it would be no different, just shit loads of rods, customs and bikes.