3 cars, each with a unique love story. Which appreciated most? – CNBC
The first car is a 1954 Austin-Healey 100-4, and its love story is about family. This particular car had only one owner, who used it to take his kids to school. Today you would never see young children up front with dad in a two-seat convertible. But back then it was more acceptable.
The car was a part of their family history. It was also just about the coolest way to get to school in the morning: pulling up in a red roadster with a beautiful fold-down windshield.
This “baby Jag,” as Jay calls it, originally sold for about $2,900. It was a lot of money, but as the model number suggests, it was guaranteed to go 100 miles per hour. Buckle up, children.