What are the cars that hold their value and actually go up?

Smart savers and financial wizards will all tell you that buying a car is one of the worst investments you can ever make. But what if there were cars that you could actually buy that were a smart investment? Does this even exist? Yes. So what are the cars that hold their value and actually go up in price? Find out below as we show you 5 cars that have accomplished this.


Classic cars are an obsession for many people. And rightfully so. They don't build cars like they used to. In fact, if you know anything about cars, you can work under the hood of the vehicle yourself. Unlike today, where cars need expensive computers, classic cars can be worked on with a wrench and some elbow grease.


Many people are familiar with Jay Leno's classic car collection. And many people think they could never afford a piece of history since many of his cars in his collection are well worth over $100,000. However, there are cars that are Honda's and Volkswagen that have gone up in value. There are many luxury brands and obvious classic cars that are worth a lot of money. But we want to show you some cars that are not so obvious to the average person.


1)1967 Volkswagen Beetle 2 Door Sedan with Sunroof

1967 volkswagon beetle

Source: Barret Jackson

How many VW beetles did you see growing up? These cars were known for being introductory cars for many teenagers, since they were cheap. But for car collectors, 1967 had many one year only special features. NADA Guides shows the Original MSRP as $1,639. Right now, the high retail price is $21,725.