In a previous post, we discussed how old a car must be in order to be considered classic or antique. Today we’ll talk about how to acquire titles and registration for your classic vehicle. “But Raleigh Classic blog author,” you might ask, “why does my classic car need to be registered?” That’s a fair question. […]
Archive | November, 2014
Spotlight Car: The 1985 Jaguar XJS V12
This 1985 Jaguar XJS is a stellar example of a single-owner car. Originally purchased in Virginia, it has spent the majority of its life carefully garaged, letting its pristine V12 engine pass the years in a time capsule, waiting for a day when it can enjoy the North Carolina roads. Looking at it, however, you […]
Classic Car Parts: 4 Places to Buy Parts Online
Sometimes you’ll buy a car that doesn’t have everything it needs. Other times, a car in your collection will have a component wear out. There will even be days where you just want to make one of the cars in your collection better or more authentic. In all of these moments, you’re going to need […]
At What Age Does a Car Become a Classic?
Given that we’re writing for the Raleigh Classic Car Auction, we tend to use the term “classic car” rather loosely. We treat it as though it’s an all-encompassing designation, and in some circles it is, but other occasions will require you to be more specific. Sometimes you’ll want to be able to say whether your […]
Classic Car Club of America: What Is It?
As an organization with an interest in classic cars, it would be odd for us to operate this blog without writing at least once about the Classic Car Club of America. The CCCA is one of those bedrock institutions that have been around for nearly as long as the oldest of us can remember. Because […]