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I have seen a multitude of In A World Where You Can Be Anything Be Kind Vintage T-shirt and European car shows and in none of them has a ‘Japanese’ car been sold or auctioned as a ‘classic’. Mind you, these are markets where there actually is a demand for classic cars.Whether a car can be considered a classic or not is dependent on the public perception of it. And in the west, Japanese cars are perceived like computers/ appliances. You buy one, it will serve you (relatively) trouble free for its life and then you sell it. But you don’t maintain it as a classic. Just like old computers don’t appreciate in value, vintage Japanese cars don’t sell.In India, the case becomes even more bleak. In my opinion, you will be better off buying an old European/ American car and restoring it and later selling it for a high price.