If you’ve been dabbling in collector cars for a decade or more, you’ve been through the meteoric highs and the dismal, depressing lows. Eight years ago, carbureted Ferrari 308s sold for over $70,000, and Boxers passed $250,000. Porsche Speedsters were bringing $100,000, and flat-floor Jaguar E-type convertibles even more. If you were selling, those were pretty good days.
Buyers have been in the cat-bird seat since 1992, snapping up those same 308s for $25,000, Boxers at $60,000, Speedsters for Read More