GTM’s Break/Fix podcast has a sub series called “What Should I Buy?” where panels of knowledgeable enthusiasts get together and debate about the whatever the presented “Shopping Criteria” is, but on this episode it all unravels very quickly when you take into consideration all the different genres and eras of “collector cars” – Are we talking pre-war, post-war, muscle car, malaise era or something more modern? – This begs the question “what exactly *IS* a collector car?” With my help and that of the esteemed panel of guests including Mark Shank from the 90’s WSIB episode, Don Weberg from Garage Style Magazine and Chris Bright from Collector Part Exchange, we think we can solve this puzzle and come up with some great suggestions for the first time collector car buyer.
In our discussion with the WSIB Panel, we cover topics like:
- Best pre-war classics
- Best post-war, pre-gas crisis classics Euro or Domestic
- Best Muscle cars
- Underappreciated or Hopeful classics > Prospecting
- Classics for under $50k – Affordable Classics
- Classics between $50-100k – Investments
- and much, much more!
Just some of the vehicles we covered in this episode!
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