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Classic Porsche, Rolls-Royce, Ferrari models losing steamAs anyone who follows the collector car market has noticed, it's cars from the 1970s, '80s, and '90 that are white-hot in their popularity. According to the most recent update to the Hagerty Price Guide, the bible for those who track collectable cars, 24 percent of cars from the 1970s experienced double-digit growth since January 2018, and 38 percent of cars from the 1980s increased in price by a significant amount -- the two decades together showing the most growth of any collectable era.The two-door coupe had only four cylinders and was originally developed by Porsche to be sold as a Volkswagen, but VW ultimately backed out on the idea. So yes, you could say it was sort of a car that was not "pure" Porsche -- that is why it's on this list. HVR score: 14According to Hagerty, the 1976-'89 Porsche 911 Carrera (Turbo 930) made the list this year, as did that 1955 Mercedes-Benz, for much the same reason: Potential buyers, many of whom are younger and newer to the collector car scene, are being priced out of the market.
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