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Top 10: Classics on the rise in 2014

Thanks to various anniversaries, these could be in the spotlight in the coming 12 months. We've pulled out our crystal ball, and look at 10 classic cars set to make you a tidy profit if you own one, or decide to buy during 2014...

We're predicting that 2014 will be the year of the Japanese classic, because it marks the quarter century of a number of truly groundbreaking cars from the Far East. Given that 1989 will seem a bit too recent for some recent, it's also worth remembering that in 1974 - 40 years ago - the Volkswagen Golf first appeared, changing the family car market forever.

Enjoy the Top 10 - and remember, although it's highly likely that this selection will be worth more by the end of 2014, the values of classics can go down as well as up. Enjoy the Top 10...

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Honda NSX

Probably the first supercar to emerge from Japan, and wiithout question, it shook the establishment to its core. The NSX reflected the confidence of its maker, which by the late-1980s, built the best engines in the business.

Developed in Japan, with significant input from Ayrton Senna - it's now 25 years since the NSX first appeared, and even at rising current values, it's undervalued. Buy now, and see your investment grow.

Read the Honda NSX review

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