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10 Affordable Future Classic Cars

If you love retro motors and you want to invest, or just pick up a cool car without breaking the bank, you should consider future classics. These are cars from the 80s and 90s, which are very affordable now and which could increase in value if you keep yours in good condition. Here are a few that might rev your engine:

1) Toyota MR2 Mk 2

The mark 1 is a stunning 80s model that still looks great, but for a future classic sports car that is still functional and reliable over 20 years after its creation, you should opt for a Toyota MR2 Mark 2. Based on a Ferrari shape, the mark 2 is a gorgeous 2 seater sports car with a mid engine and reliable Japanese engineering. Available for less than a grand.

2) Audi TT

Audis are huge at the moment and a driving force in modern motor design. The new TT, for example, is a stylish and highly sought after car. But the original is more attractive in many ways. The newer model is a little bit watered down from the original bold design, which is sure to come back as a classic. You can pick one up for as little as £2000.

3) Subaru Impreza

The Subaru Impreza is famous as a rally car, so it offers amazing road performance. But it is also a striking auto, which remains very popular. There are, however, less available now, meaning prices are going to go up.

4) Ford Capri

The sleek lines of a Ford Capri mean it will always have a following, but prices are on the rise already. This means it is an ideal time to invest in one if you want to make some money.

5) Peugeot 205 GTI

This was another rally classic that was also hugely popular on the roads of Europe in the 90s. This little car has style and substance, plus prices are rising for these models.

6) Porsche 944

With its pop up headlights, streamline body and smart spoiler the Porsche 944 is a retro treat, and one that you can buy for £1,600 plus.

7) Volkswagen Golf Mark 2

Like the Peugeot 205, the VW Golf Mark 2 was a functional hatchback that also performed brilliantly and looked great. And it still does, which is why this is becoming a car worth investing in.

8) Nissan Figaro

The Figaro was built for a short time in the early 1990s but this car is still commonly seen on the roads because of its vintage styling and strong aesthetic appeal. Figaros are available from a couple of grand upwards.

9) Saab 900 Turbo

Saab has always built solid cars, and cars with their own unique take on style. That is why the 900 Turbo, in particular, stands out from the crowd today and still appeals to lovers of retro cars.

10) Audi Cabriolet

The Audi Cabriolet was built from ’91 until 2000 and this soft top model still looks fantastic today, thanks to German engineering, a great looking interior and galvanized rust free body. 

If you have a future classic that needs some TLC you might want to visit to find any parts for your vehicle. Future classics are exciting investment opportunities, and cheap ways to get quality cars.

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