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The 10 hottest collector cars for 2020

<p><em>Image source: Dean Smith, courtesy of Hagerty</em></p><p>Hagerty magazine’s annual roundup of the hottest collector cars of the year looks at which cars have the fastest-rising values to identify emerging interest in previously overlooked models.</p><p>Past years have pointed to the rise of interest in the classic <a href="https://www.designnews.com/sustainability/ford-has-mcdonalds-caffeine-fix-plastic-parts/162824635862047">Ford</a> Bronco and the square body <a href="https://www.plasticstoday.com/content/mold-decoration-creates-durable-badge-chevrolet/62487014818510">Chevrolet</a> pickups of the ‘70s and early ‘80s. This year also includes some vintage SUVs, but also reflects the increasing interest by younger drivers in more modern cars, that were built in the 21st century.</p><p>"The <a href="https://www.plasticstoday.com/injection-molding/remember-when-high-schools-taught-about-plastics/14646144623151">high school</a> graduates of the late '90s are now in their late thirties, and like every generation before them, they are investing in the cars of their youth," said Hagerty editor in chief Larry Webster. </p><p>"The difference is they love imports, SUVs and cars that are more modern, affordable and fun to drive than conventional classics. It's great to see them put their stamp on the hobby."</p>
Classic car insurance magazine Hagerty compiled the 2020 Bull Market List based on cars with the fastest-rising values.

Dan Carney is a Design News senior editor, covering automotive technology, engineering and design, especially emerging electric vehicle and autonomous technologies.

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