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Location: Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA.

Announcing the 5th annual Value in the Classic Car Market conference 8-9.October 2018 in Hanover, NH. Join attendees from all over the classic car world and from the Tuck School of Business to discuss value drivers and issues affecting the classic car market today.

In preparation for the conference we are conducting a short survey of collectors in the collector car market. The survey is for research purposes only and is completely anonymous. Please feel free to forward it to other collectors you think may be interested!

If the link above does not work, please copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://tuck.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0pRasYcFEJacXYx

Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA, Monday 8th, Tuesday 9th October (ends after lunch on Tuesday)


Ideas to explore at this year’s conference:

The Numbers Game. What do matching numbers and mileage really mean to collectors?

Tariffs. What effects will tariffs have on collectible cars and what can be learned from the past?

What to do with rare and unique cars? Doug Fraser took a chance on a Lotus Elite (picture) and had a great journey of discovery when restoring the car. Hear about what he came across and see the Lotus as one of our display cars!

The future of mobility and what it means for the collectible car market. Shell Oil’s Chief Scientist for Mobility has been exploring how people will move in the future and what impact that may have on the collectible car market. We discuss the availability of fuels and oils for classic car owners in Future.

Insurance and Underwriting. HWI and AIG: Pricing risk in collectible cars.

Classic Departments of Car Manufacturers. How manufacturers enhance their brand with classic car heritage activities

HAGI Market Update. How is the absence of a bull market affecting the classic car world?

The conference takes place on October 8th &9th in Hanover NH. This is an especially busy time in New Hampshire so we recommend getting your hotel accommodations as soon as possible! See below for hotel contact information.


Sunday Drive (7. October, optional): We had a terrific time at Club Motorsport last year and we are going back! Please join us for another drive with classic and performance cars over lunch on October 7th.

Please view the HAGI website for additional information from now on. October will be a busy time in New Hampshire so we recommend getting your hotel accommodations as soon as possible! See below for hotel contact information.

Places to stay:

Six South Street Hotel (recommended)

Special room rates have been negotiated at Six South Street, please mention the 'Value in the Classic Car Market Conference'. Please book early! Hotel off street parking available for classic cars.

6 South Street, Hanover, NH  03755, +1 (603) 643 0600

Located in downtown Hanover - within walking distance of campus. The Hanover Inn

Historic Dartmouth College hotel, located on the Dartmouth campus -- within walking distance of our office.  Attractive rooms and two restaurants.

Main Street, Hanover, NH +1 (603) 643 4300


Fees:

Participants fee for early registration: $400 

Alternate events for family members

King Arthur Flour baking classes www.kinarthurflour.com/visit/school.html

Montshire Museum of Science www.montshire.org/

 

Organisation/contact

 

Matthew Lotterhand, Historic Automobile Group, Hanover NH

Dietrich Hatlapa, Historic Automobile Group, London, UK

 

Conference registration by email to:

Contact: conference@historicautogroup.com

Tel: (US) +1 (603) 682 9673

(UK) +44 20 3289 8356

Web: HistoricAutoGroup.com, select Events. or click here to view our event page on 'Slate'.

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