Monday, January 4, 2010

Hagerty's Cars That Matter

If you're looking for a price guide that reports the most current and up-to-date prices, look no further! Hagerty's Cars That Matter price guide is published quarterly, so you never have to wonder if the price you're looking at is outdated. With the economy moving up and down like a rollercoaster, it's nice to have current prices to review. Check out their website to read more: What's nice about this price guide, is you get the paper copy, online access, and even mobile access! Yes, those people over at Cars That Matter are pretty tech savvy! Below is an intro of their newsletter sent out via e-mail (if I were tech savvy, there would be some sweet pictures on here, but you're out of luck!):

Hagerty lists top "threatened, endangered and extinct" cars
Rob Sass - 2009-12-04

The passenger pigeon was once the most common bird in North America. Flocks were said to have blackened the skies. Yet history records that the last passenger pigeon-a bird named "Martha"- died in the Cincinnati Zoo in 1914.

Scant attention, however, was paid to the last chirp of the Plymouth Cricket. Thousands of these British-made captive imports were sold by Chrysler-Plymouth dealers in the early 1970s, yet evidence of it in the automotive fossil record is nearly non-existent. The Chevrolet Monza did an even bigger disappearing act. More than 300,000 Monzas were produced between 1975 and 1980, yet recent sightings have been so infrequent that the Chevy Monza must surely be considered "threatened."

Other once popular cars have likely disappeared to the extent that they're "endangered" or even "extinct." Honestly, when's the last time anyone saw a Chrysler Cordoba (with or without the "rich Corinthian leather?")

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1 comment:

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