Thought collecting classic cars was just for millionaires, rappers and drug lords? Motor expert Russell Knight shows that anyone can start investing in future classics if they know where to look without resorting to cutting discs and spitting bars for Kanye.
Here's Russell's picks of the hottest up-and-coming cars that you should be putting your money into.
£10k or less
Peugeot 205 1.3 Rallye LHD
"Webers and a feather weight frame make this 205 a giggle to own."
Renault Clio 2.0 182 Trophy
"Front wheel handling superstar and rare to boot."
Ford Focus RS Mk.1
"A riot in a mile. Old School and brash."
£25k or less
BMW Z4M Coupe
"Not for the fainthearted. Grab, point and go."
Porsche 996 C4S
"Go anywhere, do anything, perhaps the prettiest NA (Naturally Aspirated) 911."
"Quirky cool, not a repeatable design exercise."
£50k or less
Lotus Exige S1
"A race car for the road that plays with your emotions."
BMW E46 M3 CSL
"BMWs GT3. An addictive aural automotive experience."
Ferrari F355 Berlinetta
"Ferrari showing off their styling skills with a screaming V8 to match."
For when money is no object
Porsche 996 GT2CS/3RS
"Still the undisputed king of road/track cars. Limited numbers and a huge global demand. Be quick."
Honda NSX 'R'
"The hidden Japanese gem."
Aston Martin Vanquish 'S' Manual
"An Aston Martin bruiser. Watch the market take off for the Vanquish 'S'."
[Images: Provided by Russell]