For those who are passionate about cars but are missing on funds to buy them, Opening up a Car rental Company is a good option.
Like the owner of Great Escape, a classic car hire agency of Europe has. They have been hiring classic cars for over 5 years, their classic cars are available to hire from locations in UK (ideal for the Cotswold), Suffolk (for coast and countryside), Shropshire (for Welsh Borders and coast), Yorkshire (for moors and coast), Lincolnshire (for Derbyshire, Peak District and the coast) and London.
They have a fleet of 50 Autonoleggio (hire cars) that includes classic vehicles for hire from the 1950s to 1990s, with a choice of of classic coupes, convertibles, classic Aston Martin, MG, Jaguar, Jensen, Alfa Romeo, Ford, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Triumph, Morris, Mini, Rolls Royce, Porsche cars and saloons etc.
Moreover renting these cars will make sure that cars stay in working conditions and by earning through them you can easily repay the loan on purchase of these cars.
Classic cars are a craze among people but not everybody can afford the kind of royal maintenance they demand. Hence people prefer renting them out for their special days like weddings, parties, convocation ceremonies etc. People see them as fabulous gift idea and a different and exciting way of spending special time together.
(Noleggio auto) Hiring classic cars gives access to the diverse range of sensational self-drive classic cars to clients and in return clients pay heavy prices for the services to the owners. Owners of Vintage car for hire see these cars as investment because unlike rest of the cars whose value depreciates the moment they are out of showrooms, value of these cars increase day by day.
Comedian and avid car collector Jay Leno of America stated,"Any car can be a collector car, if you collect it." Antique car collection as an investment can be rewarding.
Clients seek rare or original unmodified cars for they find them exotic. Investment in vintage cars is beneficial for market value is always expected to rise in future. And you can any day sell it in the market for people lure such cars. In a recent auction held on 21 August 2011 a Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa was sold for $16,390,000, it was a 1957 make.