It would appear that they are taking an “Amazon/Google” approach to dominating the classic and vintage car market with these latest expansions. There’s no question they have become a formidable entity for any other company looking to compete.
If Hagerty wanted sensationalism, to kick-off the their new new test series they’re calling ‘The Death Eaters’ — mission accomplished!
Hagerty posted a 2CV video they say is an “everything you need to know” Buyer’s Guide, but is way off from being a definitive guide to purchasing one.
There is a core group of 2CV enthusiasts that want to take these ducks to water!
Hagerty just published an excellent account of the development of the TPV.
A look at how Gary Cullen and John Long drove their two Tatra T87’s across North America 20 years ago.
Hagerty featured an article Celebrating Citroën’s divine ’50s creation, the DS.
Hagerty featured an article by Ron Glon on french collector Henri Fradet and his astounding collection of more than 110 post-war Citroëns.
Not content with just insuring your classic car, Hagerty now offers an Air B-N-B type service they call DriveShare where they encourage those who don’t own a classic car to rent yours if you register with them for the service. Yep, taking a page from the PSA’s Free2Move rideshare venture …
On April 2, Hagerty published an article titled “Why Aren’t the 1955-75 Citroën DS and ID Worth More?”. The article’s title is a bit misrepresentative of its content. It provides a good ‘overview primer’ in discussing the unique virtues that makes the DS and ID so intriguing as well as …