Car and Driver recently shared a survey hosted by Rob Sass from Hagerty Insurance. In this survey, Sass revealed several well-known American cars from the 1950s that have been stagnant or decreasing in price. The 1957 Chevy Bel Air, Ford Thunderbird and Chrysler 300C are a few of the classics Sass called out, as well as some lesser-known models like the 1958 Studebaker Golden Hawk and 1953 Hudson Hornet.
American classics from the 1950s are falling behind.
The final numbers show that upwards trends in pricing are in the foreign and exotic categories.
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