Looking for a future classic car that won’t break the bank? We thought we’d help by listing our top 25 affordable future classic cars
Ford Cortina Mk2
The Ford Cortina spanned five generations, making it one of the most successful and loved cars in Britain. The daddy is the Mk1 Lotus Cortina, but prices have sky rocketed and are far too high for this feature, but don’t count out the Mk2 with its classic sixties lines – it’s becoming a rare machine.
Price Guide £2,000 – £4,000 (Non GT/1600E/Lotus)
Mazda RX-7 Series 1
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With its groundbreaking rotary engine and clean, sleek lines the RX-7 was a unique alternative in the early 80s. Find a well-maintained example with lots of history and the long term returns will be good.
Price Guide £1,500 – £3,500