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Tag Archives: Vintage
The Durable Dodge Dart
If you were a young driver looking for an inexpensive used car in the late 1970s, your elders were invariably going to recommend that you try to find yourself an old Dodge Dart. Now these sixties-vintage Darts were not going to turn many heads or have any cheerleaders asking you for a ride home, but they were reliable, durable, economical, and easy to repair.
Rock Out in Your Vintage Convertible
In 1964, the top of the line Chevy Chevelle debuted its high-end nameplate, the Chevy Malibu. This hot car was available in a two-door convertible with all the bells and whistles that a 1960’s convertible could hold. In the 1960s, this was one hot car to cruise down the streets. If you were cruising in a convertible, you had to listen to music on your favorite AM radio station. If you drove a 1967 convertible, you could choose an 8-track tape option. Now, if you get to drive one of these beauties, you have more music options, so when you are cruising down the street in your restored Malibu, you can listen to this ultimate 1960s playlist:
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.
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.
Frankenmuth Car Show
The annual Frankenmuth car show, called Auto Fest, is held in Heritage Park on Weiss Street and showcases nearly 3,000 classic cars. The weekend event occurs in early September and is kicked off with a street party on the Friday night. You can enjoy the party and then view the classic cars on both Saturday and Sunday. For 2013, the Frankenmuth car show will be held from September 6th to 8th.
Cruisin’ in the Sun Car Show
Every summer, classic car enthusiasts gather in Fernandez Park in Pinole, California to honor and enjoy the cars of yesteryear at the Cruisin’ in the Sun Car Show. The annual event has grown into a major spectacle for the area, attended by hundreds each year. To show a car in the event requires pre-registration. The organizers limit the show to the first 325 cars that are from 1975 or earlier model years. It costs just $35 to register.
The roar of an engine that seems to dominate the sound waves, the tangle of your hair as the wind whips, tears gathering in your eyes from the sting of the breeze as you seem to fly across the pavement, what isn’t exciting about riding a motorcycle? Something that could make the experience even more exciting is having everyones head turn because you are riding a vintage motorcycle. Here we are going to take a ride down memory lane to visit 4 popular vintage motorcycles.