The Collectables score

Collectable or not?

Collectables are emotion. Cars you don't need but do want. Memories. Smiles per mile and preferably also per euro. Our The Collectables score on a scale of 10 to 1 is as follows:

A unicorn. Cars you know exist, but never see. At most in a museum. Or in someone's living room. The McLaren F1 of course. A Cizeta V16T. Or an SLR Stirling Moss.

The legendary hypercars with an extremely high price or low production number that you occasionally still see in the wild. Such as the Bugatti Chiron, Ferrari F40 and Porsche 918 Spyder.

Supercars that you regularly encounter at events, typical A-to-A cars. Think Ferrari F12, Porsche 964 Turbo 3.6 or Lamborghini Aventador.

A sporty Collectable only driven in the weekends. For example an Alpine A110, Alfa Romeo 4C or Aston Martin Vantage.

The daily usable Collectable that brightens up the streets. Well maintained and in as original condition as possible, maybe with a bluetooth kit for your phone and Spotify. Volvo 850 T-5R, BMW Z4 Coupe or a Porsche.

The Collectable that may no longer be completely original, but sometimes that makes it even more fun to have. This includes not only restomods, but also Mazda MX5 with a modified chassis or a fat 1-series with just a little more spice. Models from respected tuners such as Techart, Schnitzer or Abt are therefore also welcome

The Collectable with a past. This can be a repaired damage, but also another / new engine. Provided neatly done, demonstrable and transparent no reason not to auction on our platform. 

Cars as utilitarian objects such as an Astra station, a Golf TDi or BMW 520d. Nothing wrong with these, but (usually also with respectable mileage) not a Collectable. 

The counterparts of point 5. Popularly called Halfords tuning. Remodeled objects in the Fast & Furios category. I am sure there is a market for them, but not on our platform

Cars with this score you won't come across on our platform. Because they are not Collectable (enough), or not suitable for unseen online (sales) sale. For example, no demonstrable history, just a little too many owners or no longer in original condition. These cars are better suited for sale through other channels.