Values of all P6s have crept up gently over the last few years, though it’s the full-fat 3500S where increases in price have been most acute. Prices were virtually static a decade ago, with good ones available for well under £3500, but since then values have been on the move. Nowadays the same car will cost nearer to £6500, with the very best examples fetching considerably more. That means prices have doubled in the space of just ten years, but in a very gradual way that hasn’t shocked the market.
THE CCW VIEW
The P6 represents a lot of car for the money even today – and we reckon if price increases of the earlier P5B are anything to go by then values could climb even higher. What we don’t expect are any Fast Ford-esque price surges, because the P6 has a fairly consistent popularity with owners and the trade and it’s unlikely there will be a sudden explosion of interest.