Heritage Parts Center have warned classic models “need not cost a fortune” and have suggested drivers can secure models for just a “few thousand pounds”. They warn drivers could even make money on their classics in the long run and “wouldn’t have to worry about depreciation”.
Andy Gregory, experts at Heritage Parts Center warned drivers could lose up to £500 every year on a new model which would slowly lose value.
Instead, he has highlighted a range of classic models which drivers could purchase for between £10,000 and £20,000.
As well as driving around in a car which will “raise a few smiles”, the models are also likely to sell for more as they become rarer.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Gregory said a classic VW Campervan was an “astute purchase”.
He also claimed the cars “hold their value” and can be used for trips away over the summer.