Hemmings has long been one of the most popular places for collectors to buy and sell vehicles. After so many years in the auto trade business, they’ve got data on the classics that move the most often. In this case, we’re looking at the ten modern classics that change hands the most often.
Modern is defined here as models with a production range that reaches into the last 30 years. Be prepared to see American muscle dominating the list as collectors seek them out for their more recent nostalgia. These cars also tend to be favorites for restoration and modification jobs across the country.
2005 to 2013 Chevrolet Corvette
This is the first Chevrolet Camaro we’re seeing on the list and definitely the American car that pulls the most cash. The redesigned and more sculpted entry into its family line seems to be worth a pretty penny. The average going price with Hemmings is $40,000 and close to 115 of them have sold through so far.
1994 to 2004 Ford Mustang
The fourth generation was kind to the Ford Mustang with options galore in its decade long production. Eight engine choices were available and ranged from a 3.8L V6 up to a 5.4L V8. So far, Hemmings has moved about 70 of these Mustangs on to new collectors. The average asking price tends to be around the $17,000 mark with the odd model going well above.