Hagerty Insurance releases annual lis...

Hagerty Insurance releases annual list of future classic car predictions

There are 2 comments on the Detroit Free Press story from Feb 3, 2013, titled Hagerty Insurance releases annual list of future classic car predictions. In it, Detroit Free Press reports that:

After the recent unveilings of new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show, Hagerty Insurance, the Traverse City-based insurer of classic automobiles, has released its annual list of future classics -- cars that collectors will covet 20 years from now.

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Pittsburgh, PA

#1 Feb 7, 2013
Ford Focus ST ???....what will our country be like in 20 years?....sorrowful....too many Ford people influencing Hagerty????...Covet?...please pass the Pot or Pills this way when you have had enough...

Miami, FL

#2 Feb 21, 2013
Hard to predict--Chrysler Corp. had a tough time selling early 70s Challenger/Barracudas, '69 Camaros sat planted on lots, and Shelby had a hard time selling Cobras. All are now valuable classics.

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