The 3 worst investment cars from last year

You earn some; you lose some. Buyers of the worst investment cars on this list are probably cursing the day these cars entered the garage. You won’t find these in any classic car collection, unless you know a very strange person who is terrible at investing.

The MG TD was the worst investment car of the last 12 months

A 1953 MG TD in yellow | Rust/ullstein image via Getty Images

According to Classic.com, the 1950 to 1953 MG TD saw a -18% return on investment (ROI) in the final year. According to sales history over the previous 12 months, 66 MG TDs have been sold. The lowest price was $7,600 for a 1953 MG TD 4-speed. It had 80,000 miles and a banjo-style steering wheel. Plus, it was left-hand drive! The most expensive sale came from a 1952 MG “Cisitalia” Speciale for $55,000. The MG TD is just one of 75 vehicles to have lost value in the past year.

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