THE market for rare collectors’ cars recovered some lost ground in April and moved back into positive territory for the year. The Historic Automobile Group Index Top 50 benchmark was up 1.22% month on month and is up 1.06% since the beginning of the year.Both Porsche and Ferrari contributed to the gain with the Porsche Index rising 4.83% and the Ferrari Index 4.51% compared to March.Buyers are focusing on low mileage, perfect, complete and original cars that are technically and historically fully documented. The market for lower quality cars has seen significant price declines of 20% or more over the past nine months, according to the group.If you are in the market for a classic car, where do you go to find out what a car is worth? Commonly, many people attend classic club meetings, follow the auction scene or have a look at the ads in specialised media.However, there is now a global resource in the form of Classic Trader which features a new interactive guide revealing the financia...

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