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Collectible motorbikes, symbols of rebellion and liberty, can also preserve capital. Owning a classic motorcycle is both a lifestyle choice and investment, says Daniel Wade of U.K.-based Paul Fraser Collectibles. “Typically, collectors are united by passion for motorcycle design, engineering and history,” he says. “While it is possible to make money, my advice is not to buy with that expectation.”