The Hagerty's price increases post-1.26 update - 2,310,200 Cr. (0.88%) with 12 cars left to price

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Eggstor

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As part of the 1.26 "25th Anniversary" update, the prices of the 69 cars that currently make up the Hagerty's Legendary Car dealership were adjusted. Unlike the first two adjustments, one of the affected cars, which re-entered Hagerty's hours before the update, had its price adjusted with immediate effect - the 1995 McLaren McLaren F1 GTR - BMW. That car went from 11,000,000 Cr. to 11,400,000 Cr.

With this update, and the immediate change to the 1995 McLaren F1's price, the only arrow that tells the future is the down arrow currently (as of 11/24) on the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - it will be cheaper on its next appearance. The other 10 cars in Hagerty's will be the same price on their next appearance (assuming the Christian Dior Mangusta ever disappears).

As before, even though the other 70 cars did not have their prices immediately adjusted, the costs of new engines and bodies for those cars that have them available, as well as the "Recommended Retail Price" for the engines from the 1987 Audi Sport quattro S1 Pikes Peak, 1991 Mazda 787B and 1998 Suzuki V6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special (the 3 Hagerty's cars that are the bases for engine swaps) have been adjusted with immediate effect.

Of the 58 cars of 71 for which prices can be estimated (thanks to @Scholid for the recommended price for the Escudo engine and @Grimm6Jack for the new engines/new bodies for the cars I still don't have after 8 months of mostly light grinding), as well as the 1995 McLaren F1:
  • 13 will increase/have increased (depending on when you see this) in price
  • 2 will decrease/have decreased in price
  • 44 will have/had no change in price
  • Surprisingly, neither the Escudo nor the 1963 Ford Ford Roadster, which have been long overdue to make their third appearances, will have a change in price.
  • Even more surprisingly, at least as of the initial post, the car that has the largest change in price, both in credits and percentage, had a DECREASE in price - the 1954 Ferrari 500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe, dropping 800,000 Cr., or 22.86%.
I still have to hear back from my sources for the prices of the remaining 12 cars for which prices cannot be estimated. Do note that PD increased the price of one of those cars by more than what those sources had last time around.

YearMakeModelPost-1.20 pricePost-1.26 price1.20-to-1.26 Increase (decrease)1.20-to-1.26 % increase (decrease)
1952​
Abarth1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T 11,000,0001,000,00000.00%
1938​
Alfa Romeo8C 2900B Touring Berlinetta20,000,00020,000,00000.00%
1965​
Alfa RomeoGIULIA TZ2 carrozzata da ZAGTO3,450,0003,450,00000.00%
1993​
Alfa Romeo155 2.5 V6 TI800,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1968​
AlpineA220 Race Car330,000330,00000.00%
1971​
AMG300 SEL 6.8 AMG700,000700,00000.00%
1998​
AMGCLK-LM6,500,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1953​
Aston MartinDB3S6,000,0006,000,00000.00%
1964​
Aston MartinDB5950,000978,00028,0002.95%
1987​
AudiSport quattro S1 Pikes Peak2,150,0002,150,00000.00%
1997​
BMWMcLaren F1 GTR Race Car10,000,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1970​
Chaparral2J2,500,0002,500,00000.00%
1959​
ChevroletCorvette Stingray Racer Concept4,000,0004,000,00000.00%
1963​
ChevroletCorvette (C2)237,000237,00000.00%
1969​
ChevroletCamaro Z28114,000105,000(9,000)-7.89%
1967​
De TomasoMangusta245,000245,00000.00%
De TomasoMangusta (Christian Dior)500,000500,00000.00%
1970​
DodgeChallenger R/T306,000306,00000.00%
1954​
Ferrari500 Mondial Pinin Farina Coupe3,500,0002,700,000(800,000)-22.86%
1961​
Ferrari250 GT Berlinetta passo corto8,300,0008,300,00000.00%
1962​
Ferrari250 GTO20,000,00020,000,00000.00%
1967​
Ferrari330 P49,500,0009,500,00000.00%
1971​
Ferrari365 GTB/4630,000690,00060,0009.52%
1984​
FerrariGTO3,100,0003,550,000450,00014.52%
1992​
FerrariF402,600,0003,000,000400,00015.38%
1996​
FerrariF503,550,0004,300,000750,00021.13%
1963​
FordFord Roadster400,000400,00000.00%
1966​
FordGT40 Mk16,700,0006,700,00000.00%
1967​
FordMark IV Race Car6,750,0006,750,00000.00%
1969​
FordMustang Boss 429269,000323,00054,00020.07%
1954​
JaguarD-Type6,000,0006,000,00000.00%
1961​
JaguarE-type Coupe211,000247,00036,00017.06%
1966​
JaguarXJ1312,000,00012,000,00000.00%
1988​
JaguarXJR-92,200,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1945​
JeepWillys MB27,90030,1002,2007.89%
1967​
LamborghiniMiura P400 Bertone Prototype3,400,0003,500,000100,0002.94%
1974​
LamborghiniCountach LP4001,250,0001,250,00000.00%
1954​
MaseratiA6GCS/53 Spyder2,900,0002,900,00000.00%
1980​
MaseratiMerak SS75,00075,00000.00%
1970​
MazdaRX500600,000600,00000.00%
1991​
Mazda787B2,200,0002,200,00000.00%
1988​
McLarenMP4/48,000,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1994​
McLarenMcLaren F119,400,00020,000,000600,0003.09%
1995​
McLarenMcLaren F1 GTR - BMW11,000,00011,400,000400,0003.64%
1929​
Mercedes-BenzS Barker Tourer13,000,00013,000,00000.00%
1952​
Mercedes-Benz300 SL (W194)20,000,00020,000,00000.00%
1954​
Mercedes-Benz300 SL Coupe1,700,0001,700,00000.00%
1989​
Mercedes-BenzSauber Mercedes C93,000,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1969​
NissanFairlady Z 432190,000190,00000.00%
1970​
NissanSkyline Hard Top 2000GT-R (KPGC10)170,000170,00000.00%
1973​
NissanSkyline 2000GT-R (KPGC110)542,000542,00000.00%
1984​
NissanSkyline Super Silhouette1,150,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1992​
NissanR92CP3,000,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1999​
NissanGT-R GT5002,700,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1986​
Peugeot205 Turbo 16 Evolution 21,100,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1960​
PlymouthXNR Ghia Roadster1,600,0001,600,00000.00%
1970​
PlymouthSuperbird440,000510,00070,00015.91%
1969​
PontiacGTO 'The Judge'201,000201,00000.00%
1955​
PorscheSpyder Type 550/1500RS4,500,0004,500,00000.00%
1956​
Porsche356 A/1500 GS Carrera615,000615,00000.00%
1956​
Porsche356 A/1500 GS GT Carrera Speedster1,500,0001,500,00000.00%
1970​
Porsche917K18,000,00018,000,00000.00%
1988​
Porsche962 C1,500,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
1997​
Porsche911 GT1 Strassenversion9,000,0009,000,00000.00%
1966​
RenaultR8 Gordini32,50032,50000.00%
1964​
ShelbyCobra Daytona Coupe20,000,00020,000,00000.00%
1965​
ShelbyG.T.350501,000501,00000.00%
1966​
ShelbyCobra 4272,500,0002,500,00000.00%
1998​
SuzukiV6 Escudo Pikes Peak Special1,700,0001,700,00000.00%
1967​
Toyota2000GT767,000936,000169,00022.03%
1997​
ToyotaSupra GT5001,800,000UNAVAILABLEUNAVAILABLE
 
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Great work as always and thank you for all the data compilation you do!

One thing to possibly be aware of is maybe they've not set possible new prices on some of the cars that had up arrows? I bring it up due to checking the GT40 Mark 1 '66 new engine/body costs both before and after the update to see how much it would be increasing. However, these prices remain the same post-update despite the arrow indicating a price increase.

Maybe the arrow was applied in error, maybe they decided roughly doubling its cost since launch was already sufficient, but I still wouldn't be surprised if it further increases upon its next arrival.

Do you know if this has occurred previously? That is, the up-arrow being present but the price was not subsequently adjusted?
 
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Eggstor

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Great work as always and thank you for all the data compilation you do!

One thing to possibly be aware of is maybe they've not set possible new prices on some of the cars that had up arrows? I bring it up due to checking the GT40 Mark 1 '66 new engine/body costs both before and after the update to see how much it would be increasing. However, these prices remain the same post-update despite the arrow indicating a price increase.

Maybe the arrow was applied in error, maybe they decided roughly doubling its cost since launch was already sufficient, but I still wouldn't be surprised if it further increases upon its next arrival.

Do you know if this has occurred previously? That is, the up-arrow being present but the price was not subsequently adjusted?
The only time an arrow (or lack of one) is predictive of the immediate future is if it appears (or doesn't) on a car that was in Hagerty's for at least a full day before a price update. Otherwise, other than two instances where a post-launch car had a spurious up-arrow on its second appearance without a price change, it reflects whether the price changed, and the direction, in the previous price update.

Specifically to the GT40, its up-arrow between August and this morning was reflective of its 450,000-Cr. price increase in the August update.
 
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It's kinda funny when most of the legend cars that went up are Ferraris and the World Series is held in Monaco.

Coincidence ?