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Hagerty's top 10 classic cars on the rise for 2020

Autoblog Logo By Jeremy Korzeniewski of Autoblog | Slide 1 of 11: Classic car buyers are getting younger, and that means the vehicles that are now in demand are a lot different today than they were in the past. You'll see that trend very clearly in Hagerty magazine’s annual Bull Market list, which highlights the collectible vehicles that are rising fastest in value and popularity. “The high school graduates of the late ‘90s are now in their late thirties, and like every generation before them, they are investing in the cars of their youth,” says Hagerty Magazine editor-in-chief Larry Webster. “The difference is they love imports, SUVs and cars that are more modern, affordable and fun to drive than conventional classics. It’s great to see them put their stamp on the hobby.” Note that you'll see 10 automobiles and one collectible motorcycle in the list, and some of the results may surprise you. Click on the image to get started.

Modern classics on the rise

Classic car buyers are getting younger, and that means the vehicles that are now in demand are a lot different today than they were in the past. You'll see that trend very clearly in Hagerty magazine’s annual Bull Market list, which highlights the collectible vehicles that are rising fastest in value and popularity.

“The high school graduates of the late ‘90s are now in their late thirties, and like every generation before them, they are investing in the cars of their youth,” says Hagerty Magazine editor-in-chief Larry Webster. “The difference is they love imports, SUVs and cars that are more modern, affordable and fun to drive than conventional classics. It’s great to see them put their stamp on the hobby.”

Note that you'll see automobiles and one collectible motorcycle in the list, and some of the results may surprise you.

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