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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.
Footman James Classic Motor Show
The Footman James Classic Motor Show is the largest and most attended classic car show in the UK. Over 1,400 cars are exhibited at this annual event, sponsored by the Footman James Insurance company. This provider of specialty insurance offers policies for covering classic cars and classic motorcycles.
Mid-America Chevelle Club
The Mid-America Chevelle Club is “dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of all stock, modified, and custom 1964 – 1987 Chevelles and El Caminos.” This Chevy Chevelle enthusiasts club meets once a month in Merriam, Kansas to enjoy and celebrate this classic muscle car. To join the club, you need not own a Chevelle or El Camino, but you must love them.
Finding, buying, repairing, restoring, and just plain enjoying antique autos is a great hobby. However, learning to classify these older vehicles can be a major chore. Different car groups have differing ideas on what makes a car classic, antique, or vintage, while each state has its own rules for buying, selling, and registering classic and antique cars.
Classic Cars: The Best Alternative Investment?
According to a recent report, classic cars may be a better financial investment than real estate. Before you start counting your money and thinking about selling your prized 1970s Datsun, there are some more details to consider. As much as your baby might mean to you, not all classic cars are the same and not all will give the big return on investment that can trump certain pieces of real estate.