Some of us have several cars and the prospect of using a classic car as a daily driver isn’t daunting. If it breaks down, you can have it towed and use one of your other cars to get around. But what if a classic is all you have? Is it prudent to depend on it? […]
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The Art of Naming Your Car: 5 Steps
Your car is special. Out of the millions that exist, you chose it. That, or it was handed down to you. Maybe you lucked into it. By virtue of its age, not a lot of people have what you have. And anything that special deserves a name. But what name? How do you name something? […]
Are There Tips For Driving My Classic Car In the Snow?
Oh, child. You want to drive in the snow? Put another set of long johns on. Stir your hot chocolate. Tuck your feet under yourself. This is going to be a good read. Stay home – Not what you want to hear, right? It’s really the best though. Every year millions of people experience needless […]
How to Determine the Value of a Classic Car
For many people, the most relevant information regarding classic cars is their worth. Being able to put a price on a vehicle determines how much you’re willing to invest in restoration, exhibition, and if you’ll allow it to be driven. Resources, therefore, that quickly and accurately value classic cars are highly valuable. They are also […]
Classic Car Shows: How Can I Share my Classic Car with Others?
We deal mostly in the buying and selling of classic cars, but recently, and especially with regards to this blog, we’ve been trying to make ourselves a broad resource for enthusiasts and a font of trivia and information. So when some of you asked us what you should do with the shiny new vintage model […]