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Automotive enthusiasts know that there is a car and then there are “Classis cars”. There are cars that we drive to work, cars we take to school, cars that we use to pick up groceries, and cars we use for hauling stuff to The Home Depot. They are reliable, practical, and functional. In most cases, they’re also relatively boring. On the other hand, there comes the world’s most sought-after cars. They are the rare automobiles that offer more than transportation. These are the engineering marvels with excellent speed, high-end appeal, and extreme comfort. They are the ones who can be best described as insane sitting on four rubber tires. Purchasing the legendary classic cars is not as easy as the simpler ones. You have to consider a lot of aspects while purchasing these classic beauties. Many of the most expensive vintage cars were produced in very limited quantities during their time. Of those few, many…

Whether you want to buy a classic car you dreamt about in high school, plan to restore one to mint condition, or purchase one for profit; you need to be aware of certain aspects to get the best classic car under your budget. One of the few questions to ask when buying an old school machine is why you are purchasing it. According to a study, the global classic car market is projected to grow steadily from roughly 30.9 billion U.S. dollars in 2020 to some 43.4 billion U.S. dollars in 2024. It totally makes sense to purchase one before the market touches the sky. How to Buy a Classic Car? A Beginner’s Guide It doesn’t matter whether you want to get an American classic or a German antique. These are all the factors to consider before buying a vintage vehicle. Determine How do you Want to Use Your Classic…

Have you always wanted to restore your dream classic car? But not know where to start? Or maybe you’re an accomplished restorer looking for an easier project to pass along the hobby to a child or friend. Either way, you’re looking for a restoration project that won’t cost you an arm and a leg, and won’t be a huge hassle. While you may easily find the cheapest classic cars to restore, they won’t be helpful if you can’t find the right parts for restoration. For instance, you may not be able to find parts for rare cars like Pierce-Arrow, a forties-period De Soto, or a V-16 Cadillac. If you really enjoy old car restoration and are looking for easy to restore classic cars, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best and easiest classic cars to restore. Check out our top picks, and don’t put off…

Chrysler’s Dodge division released one of the most unusual trucks ever made. Called the Lil’ Red Express Truck, this truck offered hard-to-find styling and serious performance ability. In fact, in 1978, the Dodge Lil’ Red Express, was the quickest vehicle made in the United States from 0 to 100 MPH as tested by Car and Driver magazine. This included the Corvette and all other powerful classic cars; the Lil’ Red Express Truck beat all of them. The red express is symbolic of a time long passed. It’s categorized as the “Last American Hotrod”. This dodge Lil’ Red Express hit the market on a pretty limited scale from 1978 to 1979. The flashy red design of this express served as a sign of loud, fun, and rowdy at that time. At the time of its release, the catalytic converter is necessary to install in every car because of environmental regulations. So…

Americans didn’t invent automobiles, but they progressed quicker than any other nation in the automotive field. Leading the way in luxury, performance, beauty, affordability, and inventiveness, no doubt we have now a long list of classic American cars. History has established repeatedly that a vehicle doesn’t need high sales numbers to get an iconic status in the world. Here we go with our 10 best hand-picked classic American cars’ list to fulfill your car mania thirst. So, let’s see what makes these old American cars timeless. 1. 1963-67 Chevrolet Corvette While Chevy engineers worked hard over the years to improve Corvette progressively, it persisted a raw, emergent teenager, expecting maturity. Then we witnessed the design director William Mitchell and engineer Zora Arkos-Duntov joining hands to build the 1963 Corvette Stingray. It is when Corvette got the status of a superior sports car. Known as the C2, the second generation’s chief designers…