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What Luxury Cars Made Today Will Be the Hottest Collectibles of the Future?

Experts from Hagerty Classic Car Insurance have released a report that looks at collectibility and what top vehicles will likely be good investments.
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Spotting the Next Collectible Car of the Future

Earlier this year in Arizona, Gooding & Co. sold a 1967 Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale for $3.4 million.

The car was among the last of the great coach-built Ferraris and the third of only four ever made of this specific model. Plus, it had a 300-horsepower V12 engine and thrilling 5-speed manual transmission. It looked like your wildest dream embodied in rubber and steel.