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Category: Old Cars

Junk Your Ride: 8 Reasons to Junk Your Old Car for Cash

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If you have an old vehicle sitting in your driveway, or one that needs a lot of work and doesn’t run well, you could give these junk cars to a local junk yard and earn some cash for this pile of metal that no longer works right. However, sometimes people need a little bit of persuading […]

Breathing New Life Into Your Old Car

It’s an age-old quandary, that all car owners face. Whether to stick with your trusty steed or replace her with something newer and sexier. However, while investing in new engine technologies, or more space to accommodate a new little entry into the family are great reasons to invest in a new vehicle a cosmetic upgrade […]

Old Cars Spark Young Business Leaders to Give Back

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Entrepreneurs used to be older, mostly men, that had been in business for a very long time. Today, younger business leaders are emerging all across the country. These youthful entrepreneurs are following their dreams, working hard and blazing business success trails for others to follow. Many of these younger business individuals pursue careers that appeal […]

Old Car, New Tech: Retrofit Your Vehicle With Innovative Safety Features

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If you own an older car, there is a good chance that it will not have some of the safety features that now come as standard on a lot of newer models, but that doesn’t mean you just have to accept that you can’t enjoy the same level of safety simply because of its age. […]

The Best 1960s Cars to Restore

INot too many years ago, the cars of the 1960s weren’t considered true classic cars, and, as a result, the demand for them just wasn’t there. Well, those days are in the past.  Certain cars of the 1960s are quite desirable today, in particular the “muscle cars”, and are in big demand as restored and […]

6 Tips for Restoring Classic Cars

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Classic car restoration is a billion-dollar industry filled with countless intricacies, so don’t worry if you’re a little overwhelmed before restoring your first car. These six steps will ensure that you stay on the right track and do the best job possible of restoring your classic car. 1. Find A Vehicle It’s all well and […]

Restoring Your Classic Car

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When people are committed to restoring their classic cars, they must have all the right tools and parts for their vehicles. American muscle car restoration is a hard job to do, but many people take great joy in learning to handle their beautiful old cars. There are many classics out there that can be restored […]

52 mil US dollars for a Ferrari

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The most expensive car in the world, until now, was a Ferrari 250 GTO, with a price of 35 million US dollars, a car created for British pilot, Sir Stirling Moss. An 1963 Ferrari was sold with 52 mil US dollars by American citizen, Paul Pappalardo to an unknown hobbyist. This expensive model is a […]

Racing car led by Hitler at 6 million pounds

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One of the rare vintage cars in the world will be for sale in August. The car was driven by Hitler in the years’40 and is estimated at 5.5 million pounds, over 6 million euro. Auction will take to Paris. The car was one of the Nazi dictator’s favorites and has performance to the Grand […]

The Five Deservedly Worst Selling Cars in History

The Five Deservedly Worst Selling Cars in History 2001 Cadillac Catera: 9,764 cars sold They couldn’t see this one coming. The name, when fit into the tag line “Lease a”, produced the name of a soap opera character; “Lisa Catera” who appeared on ‘Chicago Hope‘ in 1994. Actually, the car failed before the name got […]

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Remember

The 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 was built as a Trans Am road-racing qualifier and its heart was Ford’s 302-cid V-8 treated to the high-performance and improved details, big-port cylinder heads being readied for the famous Cleveland 351. The solid-lifter small-block for 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 used the biggest carb employed by Ford, a […]

The Phantom Corsair Prototype

This prototype was designed back in 1938 by Rust Heinz and Maurice Schwartz of the Pasadena and it is a 6-passenger coupe, a project that was abandoned by its designers. I know that many car lovers would love to see it running on streets, but you have to know more about it.