Here are a few classic cars that I am sure you will enjoy. These cars range over a number of different styles and years. Check them out
1953 Ford Thunderbird
Of course, we have the ever collectible Corvette. This one in the red color profile is fabulous.
Who remembers drive-ins, sock hops, Elvis and a Woody?
Check out these beautiful vintage cars – this one’s an award winning Duesenberg.
Award Winning Duesenberg
Another fantastic vintage automobile below.
Hope you enjoyed these beauties of the past!
Many car enthusiasts have desired and dreamed of owning an elegant and stylish classic or vintage car. When a person says classic or vintage, what comes to mind is an older car that has distinctive design and styling that was popular in its era and remains popular today, many years later. There are many criteria as to classifying a classic car, but typically, a classic car is categorized for its impressive appearance, superior workmanship and all around appeal to the car buying masses. When these classic cars were originally introduced to the public, they were already higher priced and had somewhat limited production runs which instantly created a restricted ownership circle. The appeal of these cars was wide spread and because of the low numbers of cars available these cars became prized vehicles to own.
The list of classic and vintage cars encompasses many years from the 1920s to the 1970s. The Ford Model A and the Ford Model T are some early examples of collectable cars. The muscle cars of the 1960s and the 1970s such as the Chevrolet Camaro, the Ford Mustang and the Plymouth Barracuda are more recent collectables. Other great cars from eras past are DeSotos, Lincolns and the always collectable Duesenbergs.
Many investors have added collectible cars to their portfolio, much in the same way as they are to their investment portfolio. If you own one of these collectable cars, you already know what I am going to write about their value. Owning cars like these is the same as owning a stock that never goes down and always rises in price. These cars were manufactured once and there are no more being made ever. And even though many of these cars are being preserved, there are still crazy things that happen to them that thin out their overall numbers. So every year, these cars are becoming hard and harder to obtain therefore driving the values up even more. Consider yourself lucky if you have one of these cars. As you already know, they hold their premium values forever.