Remember the Fiat Dino Coupe 2400? The one that boasted a Ferrari engine and featured in The Italian Job? Mike bought a low-miler for £12,500 in 2012. If you want a similar one now then expect to pay touching £50,000. That is a staggering rise in what is a relatively short period of time.
We half expected the Renault Alpine V6 to rocket in value with the introduction of its modern successor. Yet, £19,000 can land you a decent example. It is not quite the £12,000 Mike paid out, but it is certainly not unbearable.
The Ford Mustang GT Fastback from 1967 may still command a pretty penny, or two. But, surely the legendary Mustang from arguably the most iconic era for American muscle cars should be fetching more than they are currently listed for? It was even the car used in Steve McQueen's Bullitt, not that the argument needs further justification.