Market Watch: Triumph TR7s growing faster than some Astons

The convertibles are moving fastest.

Classic Cars magazine

by Classic Cars |

Both the coupé and convertible join our top 50 Price Guide Movers On The Up list in the latest issue of Classic Cars.

The TR7 coupé is up a modest 2.1% in our latest update, which is broadly in line with what the whole market has done over the past twelve months, though that growth has been skewed towards this more affordable end.

It means that project cars are £500, with usable cars £1.2k and the smartest examples £3.1k to £5k. The convertibles have done better, and from a higher base, climbing 6% to give intervals £800, £1.85k, £4.25k and £6.25k.

As well as the general trend for affordable classics to keep on growing, despite everything that 2020 threw at them, the TR7 is increasingly embraced as an example of Seventies cool by a fanbase too young to remember or care about the car's reputation in the Seventies.

Price Guide Movers On The Up is part of 23 pages of market tips, analysis, buying advice and Price Guide Quarterly produced in conjunction the classic car insurance specialist Hagerty in the latest issue of Classic Cars

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