What is the most over valued classic car? I would nominate the I Never Dreamed I’d End Up Being A Son-In-Law Awesome Classic T-Shirts. First that is my car in the above picture. Isettas were produced between 1954 and 1964. New they were about half the price of most of the low priced cars available. Approximately 200,000 were produced. Sales of them in the USA was so poor that some Cadillac dealers would give you one with the purchase of a new Caddy. Lots of them survived because they were so small they could be easily stored in the corner of the garage or barn, they would not bring much from the Junk man, sorry recycle center, they were “cute” and kept as a conversation piece. Up until ten years ago they were close to “ give away cars “ provided you could find someone willing to take it. Yes, my car was given to me provided I haul it way.
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Today they sell at auctions for I Never Dreamed I’d End Up Being A Son-In-Law Awesome Classic T-Shirts. On the open market a nice one will bring around 30,000 USD and if in poor shape needing a full restoration they bring 6,500 to 10,000 USD. Now for that kind of money you get a car that has one cylinder making 13 horse power. While top speed is 52 MPH (83 km/h), the owner’s manual tells you that is only for overtaking another car and you should not exceed 45 MPH. (72 km/h). Your instinct for self preservation will tell you to limit your speed to 35 MPH. (56 km/h). Driving over a pothole feels like you just hit a wall, the car shakes while at idle and raising the engine speed makes you feel like you are in a blender. The interior was made as cheaply as possible – the side panels were made of cardboard. Riding in it for more than 30 minutes is about the limit without a break so you can stop shaking. Safety protection consists of your ankles, which are the first line of defense in a crash.