Category Archives: Vintage Car

St. Louis Car Museum

St. Louis Car Museum

St Louis Car Museum and SalesThe St. Louis Car Museum has something for everyone interested in classic and vintage vehicles. Not only is this a destination site for simply browsing and viewing classic cars, but it is also a sales center. Consign and sell vehicles from your collection or find the classic car of your dream to buy. The Museum also offers repair and storage services. 

A Diverse Collection

If you’re in the market to shop and buy, few classic car salesrooms has a more diverse inventory to browse. From classic muscle cars to 1950s Messerschmitt models, you’ll find just about every type of vintage car at the St. Louis Car Museum. 

A Look At Classic Car Commercials

A Look At Classic Car Commercials

66 Ford MustangTelevision commercials from the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s had a certain charm that today’s commercials could never match even despite the slickness of their modern-day sheen. It is interesting to take a look back at these commercials for a look at the advertising styles of the day, as well as to get a glimpse into the demographics of the time. It is especially telling in the world of car advertisements, as old commercials help to indicate how manufacturers were attempting to position their cars in the marketplace.

United Auto Exchange

United Auto Exchange

United Auto Exchange, or UAX, is a used car dealership in Addison, Illinois and serving the entire Chicagoland area. In the business of buying, selling, and trading cars for 20 years, UAX can help you find a classic car, a used car, a foreign car, or a specialty vehicle. They can also guide your sale of a car, financing, and any trades. 

While UAX has been in business in Addison for just 20 years, the staff together offers more than 100 years of experience working with cars and car lovers. The UAX showroom draws people in from all over Chicago and it suburbs, while the online inventory brings in buyers from across the country. 

The Nash Rambler: The Big 3′s Competitor

The Nash Rambler: The Big 3′s Competitor

 Nash RamblerThe President of the Nash-Kelvinator Company, George Mason, saw that his company needed to design a car to compete with the “Big 3”, and it had to be something that those companies did not have. He decided to concentrate on a compact car that was small, yet still would fit 5 passengers comfortably.  Finally, he wanted a car that would save Nash on materials but still get great fuel economy and that would compete with companies that were dominating the lower price segment of the market (i.e. Chevrolet, Ford and Plymouth).  His outcome, the first successful modern American compact car, the Nash Rambler.

How to Ship a Classic Car

How to Ship a Classic Car

Auto TransportIf you want to appreciate human ingenuity you can never go wrong with a proper classic car. Such vehicles remind us of a time when things were built to last. They show us that beauty, utility and tenacity can all go together to create an actual piece of art.

Next Step Pro Sales

Next Step Pro Sales

DealershipThe owners of Next Step Pro Sales have created a unique type of company in Lakewood, Colorado. They specialize not just in buying and selling classic and vintage cars, but also RVs. You can get all your specialty vehicle business done here. 

Technically, Next Step is not a dealership, which also makes it unique. They offer marketing, advertising, and networking reach for people looking to sell their vehicles. Every transaction is a private sale between two people rather than through a dealership. The company does keep some inventory to sell to customers, and you can find those options in the “additional inventory” category.

The Fast American Production Cars

The Fast American Production Cars

Buick Gran Sport
Many people think you have spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on European exotics to get a fast ride. If you love good ol’ American cars, there are plenty of options available that will take you from zero to sixty in a nail-biting speed. These are a few of the fastest cars ever to come out of an American assembly line:

1964 Thunderbolt

1964 Thunderbolt

1964 Thunderbolt In the mid ‘60s Ford was struggling to keep up with the muscle cars and drag racers coming from Dodge, Plymouth, and Pontiac. To get back in the game, Ford created a limited edition, experimental, drag racing only version of the Fairlane. This was the 1964 Thunderbolt. The big engine that Ford put in the Galaxie at the time did not give that big, heavy car enough power to get up and go race with the other muscle cars, so they crammed it into the smaller Fairlane.

7 of the Most Popular Classic Cars

7 of the most popular classic cars

Before buying or selling a classic car, an important factor to consider is its popularity for a number of reasons. Popularity could indicate the odds of selling the car if that is the intention- certainly it is easier to sell something that is in demand. At the same time, however, when buying a classic car, a popular car can make it difficult to find parts, and prices typically reflect that. Indeed, it can be much more expensive to repair a popular classic car. Aside from buying and selling, though, it’s just plain interesting to learn about some of the most popular cars. Here’s a list of 7 of the most popular classic cars. Drum roll, please!

All-American Muscle: The Pontiac GTO

Pontiac GTOOne of the jobs of automotive designers is to look into the crystal ball and try to see into the future. What will attract the public as times change and a new generation of drivers are ready to hit the roadways? The history of the automobile manufacturing industry is filled with hits and misses as the “swamis” of automotive engineering placed their bets on educated guesses that became the next wave of motor vehicles offered by their respective companies.