Archive for the ‘Classic Cars’ Category

2 Classic Porsche Models Worth Owning

Not all cars reach classic status but with Porsche, things are a bit different. Classic Porsche cars are not limited to a particular model since almost all models that Porsche produced turned into classic cars. What is interesting about Porsche is how easy it can be to get hold of a classic Porsche. The reason […]

Buying Classic Car Parts Can Be Tricky

Buying classic car parts is a complicated endeavor. The reason being is that many parts are no longer manufactured and the ones that do are aftermarket. Why does this matter? To understand the challenges of buying classic car parts it is important to separate them into two different categories. The first category refers to all […]

Classic Jaguar E Type: A True European Luxury Sports Car

The classic Jaguar E Type is the dream car of many enthusiasts. To some, it may even be the most beautiful Jaguar ever made which further evidentiary why these cars are so expensive. Jaguar released the E Type in 1961. It was the first iteration of the E Type and was received rather well. In […]

1970 Camaro: A Classic American Muscle Car

The 1970 Camaro is an iconic car. Even if it did not sell as well as its Ford competitors, it remains a very appreciated true American muscle car. It probably is more appreciated now than when it was on sale. In 1970, the Chevy Camaro was offered in multiple engine versions. There was a 155 […]

Classic Porsche 911: The Classic Car You Can Afford!

The Porsche 911 is by far the most popular model from the German automaker. Many people remember the classic Porsche 911 from their youth and everyone would love to own one and there is a great market for them as they continue to appreciate it over time. Existing owners cherish their classic Porsche 911 and […]

3 Examples of Classic Porche Worth Owning

Porsche has designed many iconic cars that most of us have grown up with, seeing them in movies and on the streets. A classic Porsche is usually defined as a model that is discontinued as is at least 15 years old. The Porsche 928 is one such example of a classic Porsche. It was intended […]

Jaguar XK120: A Classic Car With an Award-Winning Engine

The Jaguar XK120 is one of the most iconic classic models of the automaker. After ending production of their SS 100 model in 1939, Jaguar took a break from developing sports cars. 9 years later, in 1948, the XK120 debuted, being their first sports car in close to a decade. What made the Jaguar XK120 […]

1949 Ford: A True American Classic Car

The 1949 Ford is an iconic classic American car that marked the end of World War II when the automaker resumed production. Compared to the 1946 model, 1949 had a completely redesigned front and introduced the 226 and 239 engines which were a 3.7 liter inline 6 and a 3.9 liter inline 8. Despite being […]

Why the 1961 Ferrari 250 GT Is So Expensive

The 1961 Ferrari 250 GT is a very rare and expensive luxury car. A well-maintained one can reach a value of up to $11 million. Very few other classic exotic cars managed to reach such a high valuation. These cars are usually sold in auctions, and will never be seen in a showroom or listed […]

Classic Car Maintenance

Classic car maintenance is not always as difficult as it may seem. Especially now that we have YouTube and google to assist. In order to maintain your classic car, you will need to do some research. What is the model? Does it have any running issues? Typical things to consider when it comes to classic […]

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