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13 Cars To Invest In Now -- Before They're Collector's Items by nosrac
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I sometimes wonder how many of the people that write these articles even have drivers licenses.
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Is it just me or are the Odometer.com lists always the most cumbersome, awkward things on the whole internet? Why do they make me click "Next" just to read the next two sentences?
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They do that because every time you click next the page is re-loaded to make it look like there is a lot of traffic on the site thus the advertisements get more views. This increases their ad revenue fraudulently; the thing is that it is against the rules of most advertisement companies for websites to do this.

Usually any time I see a website like this I leave. I also use Adblock Plus for this reason as well.

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I refuse the click bait on a site written by people who have likely never even seen a Fiero, let alone know anything about them.

A few Fieros may become collectible one day, 88 GT, Formula, '84 Indy, but I doubt much else has a chance. Too many were made. The Fiero is the Corvair of the 80's. Even today Corvairs have a loyal fan following but there aren't any high dollar collectibles, except maybe a Corsa turbo or Yenko Stinger.

Going by my vast history of personal car ownerhship (sarcasm), I can confidently say the quickest way for a car make to increase in collectability is for me to have one, then sell it. It was true of my '69 Firebird, '72 Trans Am, and '87 Grand National. Heck, I sold my '72 TA for the "fair" price of $4500 back in the late '80s ("very good" daily driver condition - not a show car). I couldn't buy one like it today in the same condition for less than 10x that much.
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You should be able to pick up a nice TransAm for $22 - $28 K.
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