Naturally, we are headed straight for the Lancia Delta, purely because it is a car that was revered around the world for having so many perfect imperfections as well as a strong rally heritage. With an increase averaging £20,000, Mike will probably feel a bit of regret for letting it go for just £3,800 (or selling it, full stop).
The original Mazda MX-5 remains an ever-popular choice among the driving purists who value low-weight, rear-wheel drive, shenanigans. Yet, they do not seem to be climbing that much in value unless you go for a real minter. Surely the pop-up headlights make the MX-5 worth more?
In other news, the Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3 Cosworth is a steady performer. Remember? It is the car with the unusual dog leg gearbox where second and third gear are aligned with each other for a seamless shift. With prices averaging £14,500, we think that is a good chunk of car for the money.