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Women are increasingly entering the classic car market and becoming savvier investors in the process, according to new research by classic car insurance broker Footman James, part of the Towergate group.
The research, which polled over 2,000 adults*, revealed 1 in 4 women would now consider buying a classic car – clearly showing the classic car club is no longer reserved for the stereotypical middle-aged man.
Footman James’ data has also revealed that over the past two years, the number of female classic car owners has risen by 40%, with female customers expected to account for 11% by the end of 2016. The average age of a female owner has fallen consistently over the last few years, now standing at 52 years old.
Footman James’ records showed that the top classic car makes owned by women were Morris, Volkswagen, MG, Mazda and Land Rover. Birmingham…
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