Whether you dream of someday owning a classic vintage car that you’ll be able to take out on weekend drives or simply enjoy admiring vintage cars from afar, simply continue reading to discover a few stunning vintage cars.
Famous vintage cars:
The Aston Martin DB5:
The Aston Martin DB5 was an extremely popular car in the 1960s as it appeared in two James Bond films “Goldfinger” and “Thunder Ball”. If you’re interesting in adding a classic sleek British car to your car collection it’s well worth trying to track down an Aston Martin DB5. Just be warned that a DB5 was sold during at auction in 2010 for $450,000 US dollars.
The Jaguar E-Type:
Enzo Ferrari once called the Jaguar E-Type one of the most beautiful cars to have ever been made. Like the DB5 the Jaguar E-Type was extremely popular in the 1960s, when it was first released.
The 59 Cadillac:
If you’re a fan of classic American cars you may fall in love with the 59 Cadillac which was a large, eye catching model which was popular in the USA. While you may find it difficult to manoeuvre a 59 Cadillac, its unique looks certainly make up for any difficulties which you may have driving such a large, cumbersome car.
The Bugatti Type 57:
Long before Bugatti released the Veyron, Bugatti manufactured the Bugatti Type 57. Which Bugatti produced between 1934 and 1940. Unfortunately there were only 710 models which were released, so finding a vintage Bugatti Type 57 in working condition is a difficult process.
The Hudson Hornet:
The Hudson Hornet has a very distinctive shape and is often compared to the shape of a bathtub. The Hudson Hornet was produced by Hudson between 1951 and 1954 and was often used in competitive stock car races. If you’ve ever watched the family film “Cars 3”, Doc Hudson one of the animated stars of the film is a classic blue Hudson Hornet.
The Alfa Romeo Spyder:
The Alfa Romeo Spyder was produced from 1966 to 1969 and is the perfect classic convertible to take out for a scenic Sunday drive. If you’ve watched the classic film “The Graduate”, you may remember that it featured a classic red Alfa Romeo Spyder.
The Ford Thunderbird:
The Ford Thunderbird is also known by its nickname the T-Bird. The Ford Thunderbird was released by Ford to try and compete with Chevrolet’s popular Corvette. The Thunderbird which is a sporty two seater was produced between 1955 and 1957.
The DeLorean DMC 12:
The DeLorean DMC 12 is definitely one of the most iconic cars to have been released in the 1980s. Especially as it featured as the time machine in the Back to the Future trilogy of films, which were all released in the 1980s. The DeLorean DMC 12 is also known for its gull wing doors and unique stainless steel body.
So if you’re a huge fan of vintage cars, hopefully you discovered a few vintage cars that you’d love to add to your garage or to admire from afar.