We buy cars in perfect condition and/or that need to be restored. We are an investment vehicle specialised in classic and vintage cars, but we also invest in modern limited edition. We buy cars in perfect condition and that need to be restored.

We buy cars of different brands, but the main ones are Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia, Fiat, Mercedes and Jaguar.

We allow our investors to drive some of the cars in our portfolio in order to combine passion for cars and investment potential.


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Tangible assets like art, wine, stamps, coins and other antiques have always been an option for investors seeking diversification. They’ve been especially popular in low interest rate environments.

The market for vintage cars is booming driven by wealthy investors who are looking for more unusual places to invest their money.

CNBC Article:
“A new investment analysis of collectibles shows that classic cars are vastly outperforming the art market and were the top-performing collectible investment over the past year. For the 12 months ended in October 2014, cars as a category posted returns of 25 percent while art was up only 5 percent.

Cars beat art over the longer-term as well, clocking gains of 111 percent over five years (compared with art at 17 percent) and gaining 469 percent over 10 years (compared with 226 percent for art).

Overall, investing in high-end collectibles has been more lucrative than investing in stocks. Over the past 10 years, the Knight Frank Luxury Index (which tracks collectibles from cars and art to stamps, wine, coins and furniture) is up 182 percent while Dow Jones is up 62 percent”.



We have set up a bond listed in Düsseldorf Stock Exchange that will allow you to invest in classic cars;

Since most of the people investing in this market have also the passion for historical vehicles, we found a way that allows investors to drive cars in our portfolio. The car’s management will be performed by Loris Kessel Auto SA;





A 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Berlinetta has become the most valuable car in history to be sold at auction when it fetched $38,115,000 (£22,843,633) at Bonhams’ Quail Lodge auction in Carmel, California.

Surpassing the current record of the most valuable car sold at auction, which was also set by Bonhams with the ex-Fangio 1954 Mercedes-Benz W196R grand prix racer that sold for £17.5 million.

An ultra-rare Ferrari that once belonged to actor Alain Delon was discovered under a pile of magazine on a French farm fetched 14.2 mln eur at action recently.