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5 June 2013
1973 Chevrolet Can Am: 1973 Chevrolet Can Am The 1973 Chevrolet Can Am, also called the Firenza, is a legendar... http://t.co/0aODtG3dEU
5 June 2013
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1966 427 Fairlane: 1966 427 Fairlane From 1955 to 1970 Ford produced the Fairlane, a sometimes full-sized, som... http://t.co/NkvYFuiNeq
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Tag Archives: Classic
Classic Car InsuranceIf you own a classic car or an antique car, you have an expensive hobby. Taking care of that car, or cars if you have a collection, takes time and money. To protect your hobby and your investment, having insurance is essential. A typical insurance policy, like one you would get for your newer car that you use regularly is not a great option for a special car. You really need to get classic car insurance to ensure that you get the best protection.
Classic Car Financing
Owning a classic car can be a great joy, but if you cannot buy your dream car outright, you will need to consider your financing options. Classic car financing is not always the same as getting a loan for a new or used vehicle. Especially if the car you hope to purchase is rare or has been customized, you can expect to need specialized financing.
Cool Things You Could Find in a Rambler
Since Ramblers were made for so many years and were driven by so many people, if you happen to come across an AMC Rambler Classic or plain-ol’ Rambler, you might be surprised what still lingers in these classic cars. Since the AMC Rambler Classic was designed with every American and their families in mind, there are special memories of the past inside of many of the remaining classics.
Classic Car Transport
Owning a classic or antique car can be a great joy, but also comes with some problems. For instance, how do you get your new car home if it doesn’t run or if you are hesitant to drive your precious new find on a long journey? Fortunately for you and other collectors and enthusiasts, there are several businesses that offer classic car transport.
While the brand name is no more, Plymouth lives on through the classic models that enthusiasts buy up, restore, and keep in top notch condition. Classic Plymouth models had their beginning with Chrysler’s attempt to compete with the low-priced cars being put out by Ford and Chevrolet way back in the 1920s. Chrysler named its new low-end line of models after the earliest American colonials who landed at Plymouth Rock.
Vintage Car Clubs
Joining vintage car clubs is fun for anyone who enjoys owning, preserving, and driving classic pieces of automotive history. There are many terms that can be used for describing older cars. You might call yours a classic, while someone else might term it an antique or a vintage vehicle. Most people today use all these terms interchangeably, and many vintage car clubs are not particular about identifying and labeling historic cars.
Truck Trader Classic
As a truck trader, classic vehicles are just one way to earn a living. Collecting vintage cars has long been a popular pastime, but trucks are starting to catch up. Classic trucks from Ford and Chevy pick-ups to early Willys Jeeps to the first SUVs of the 1960s, and everything in between are becoming more and more popular as collectibles. If you get in on the market, you can get a great classic truck for your personal collection or next project, you can get into trading and make a profit.
Early Ford Model As and More
Move over classic cars, pickup trucks are the hot new item in collectible, vintage, and antique vehicles. Cars are great, but why not start collecting classic pickup trucks? Trucks can be turned into hot rods if that’s your preference. They also make great everyday cars and can hold more stuff than a car. At the next classic car show, you will be one of the few showing off a truck. Here are some of the more popular classic pickup trucks you might want to consider adding to your collection.
Collecting classic cars is not always the cheapest hobby, or one without its particular frustrations, but there is something rewarding about finding old treasures and restoring them to a former state of glory. For lovers and collectors of classic vehicles, there is no better feeling than a great find that ends in a successfully completed project. Today, collecting vintage trucks is more popular than ever. Move aside muscle cars and hot rod coupes, the trucks are getting their day in the sun.