Collector Cars

Collector cars can be late-model vehicles that have a good shot of becoming classics. Low production models are always a good bet but when it comes to collector car potential can be subjective. Vehicles like the Ford SVT Lightning, The Plymouth Prowler, the GMC Syclone, Acura Integra Type R and my favorite, the 2005 Acura NSX are just a few examples of what can be considered collector cars or trucks. If you look at what is considered collectable now-a-days, its clear that speed still matters, that limited numbers mean unlimited potential, that originality counts, and that bad-assery never goes out of style.

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