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Liquid Rarity Exchange

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The vintage era in the automotive world was a time of transition. The car started off in 1919 as still something of a rarity, and ended up, in 1930, well on the way towards ubiquity. In fact, automobile production at the end of this period was not matched again until the 1950s. In the intervening years, most industrialized states built nationwide road systems with the result that, towards the end of the period, the ability to negotiate unpaved roads was no longer a prime consideration of automotive design.
Cars became much more practical, convenient and comfortable during this period. Car heating was introduced, as was the in-car radio. Four-wheel braking from a common foot pedal was introduced, as was the use of hydraulically actuated brakes.[1] Power steering was also an innovation of this era. Towards the end of the vintage era, the system of octane rating of fuel was introduced, allowing comparison between fuels. In 1923 the gasoline additive Ethyl made its debut at the Indy 500 that resulted in a boost in octane from the 50's to the 80's[2] In the United States drive-in restaurants were introduced as well as suburban shopping centers and motels.
Alfred P. Sloan and Harley Earl of General Motors, and Walter P. Chrysler capitalized on advertising the automobile’s role in the life of the consumer for more than just the utilitarian value compared with the horse. The stock market crash of 1929 started the layoff of automotive workers and many new companies went bankrupt but over two million cars were still produced in 1929 and 1930.[3] Horatio Earle, known as the "Father of good roads" had proposed the government create an Interstate highway system in 1902 and in 1909 built the World's first mile of concrete road on Woodward Avenue in Detroit.

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Rarity Fund Advisors will purchase Liquid Rarity Exchange assets in the Rare Vehicles Classification which have the greatest opportunity of appreciation.  Each LRE investment fund will be SEC registered and governed by the Liquid Rarity Exchange Governance Committee.   Qualified Appraisals and Rarity Advisors in conjunction with broker/dealers, wealth managers and mutual funds organizations will manage the LRE funds.

Valuable rare or one-of-a-kind vehicles including, but not limited to:

  • Classic & Rare Automobiles
  • Aviation & Airplanes
  • Bicycles & Motorcycles
  • Boats & Canoes
  • Carriages - Push
  • Horse Drawn Farm Equipment
  • Horse Drawn Vehicles
  • Horse Saddles & Tack
  • Models
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Railroad
  • Replicas
  • Sleighs
  • Specialty Vehicles
 

 

Liquid Rarity™ funds could include all rarity classifications including, but not limited to collections and examples in the following categories