Restored vehicles, those with single-family history are most attractive to buyers

Restored vehicles, those with single-family history are most attractive to buyers

Weekly poll finds almost no interest in celebrity provenance

More than six out of 10 people responding to our recent weekly poll said they are most attracted to buying a collector car based on it having undergone a complete restoration or its single-family ownership history since new.

Already restored was the top choice, by 34.67 percent of those voting, while single-family ownership since new was next at 29.33 percent.

Barn-found and ultra-low mileage each pulled at least 10 percent of the votes. 

Celebrity provenance proved appealing to only 0.67 percent of those casting a choice in the poll.  

Among the “other” suggestions by voters were documentation, no damage, racing history and number produced.

Our question this week asks how recently you purchased a collector vehicle.

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