Here’s Proof that ’80s and ’90s Cars are More Than a Fad
Cars from the 1980s and ’90s are catching on in the collector market, providing more coverage opportunities and competition in auto insurance than ever before. As an agent or broker, the 1997 Mazda Miata you placed on a standard auto policy just five years ago may no longer be properly covered to reflect its true collectible value.
The market is experiencing rapid change as Gen-Xers and millennials have become the largest group of people interested in acquiring collector vehicles – many of these cars are representative of their generation. The cars from the ’80s and ’90s are quickly becoming more popular just as muscle cars became popular when their fans became financially stable enough to go after the cars they couldn’t afford in their youth.
There’s no better evidence of this continuing trend than insurance quote data. So sit back, and grab a cold chocolate Yoo-hoo or unroll a Fruit by the Foot as we list the 14 most commonly quoted totally tubular ’80s and ’90s cars from 2018: