Category: Classic Cars

  • 4 Steps to Take After Purchasing a Classic Car

    Purchasing a classic car should never be viewed as an investment, since most classic cars do not gain resale value over time. They are more or less the equivalent of a dream car for a lot of people, and having one is about achieving a personal dream. Still, if you have purchased a classic car, […]

  • Classic Cars You Should Look to Invest In

    Classic Cars You Should Look to Invest In

    Let’s be real. Even among classic cars there are some that just stand out from the rest and stand up to the test of time. If you have that classic car that you just love then by all means, go after it and add it to the collection. But if you are thinking about classic […]

  • Classic Cars in Retirement: Why Do it

    Classic Cars in Retirement: Why Do it

    There is something so thrilling and nostalgic about taking a ride in a classic car. According to the American Collectors Community, a classic car is one that was manufactured before 1990 or more than 20 years old. Classic cars can often be confused with vintage or antique vehicles, which have different manufacturing time frames. Your […]

  • The Ford Falcon XP and its Place in Australian Car History

    The Ford Falcon XP and its Place in Australian Car History

    Ford ceased production of their vehicles on Australian shores in 2016, and for many Australians, it still feels surreal. Ford vehicles were first sold in Australia from 1904, with a Melbourne sales office (setup by Ford Canada) opening in 1909. Before 1909 was over, a Ford manufacturing plant had been set up in Geelong, Victoria. […]

  • Classic Car Accident: Is my car’s value calculated correctly in the eyes of the law?

    Classic Car Accident: Is my car’s value calculated correctly in the eyes of the law?

    The appeal of owning a classic car is undeniable. However, a classic car has special requirements when it comes to getting them restored and maintained. As far as insurance, these cars are considered to be an asset that appreciates and not one that depreciates, as newer models do. Owning a classic car requires both research […]

  • The Debut and History of the De Tomaso Pantera

    Pantera, the Italian word for “panther,” gives a clear indication of the design intent behind De Tomaso’s most popular model. Manufactured from 1971 through 1993, the Pantera retained a unique line and a solid base of fans among motorcar enthusiasts. Debuting in March 1970 in Modena, the Pantera would be presented later that same year […]

  • Come One, Come All: Vintage Car Show Comes to Paris in 2021

    Are you ready for Retromobile Paris? On February 3 to 7, 2021, get ready to be amazed and inspired by hundreds of classic automobiles and trucks on display at the Parc de Expositions, Porte de Versailles, in Paris, France. In between sips of espresso and bites on a croissant, salivate on flawlessly repainted and fully […]

  • Where to Buy a Vintage Car

    In the modem connected world, it’s never been easier to buy used and vintage cars. From online auction sites to classified listings and dealerships, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to buying pre-owned vehicles. In particular, it used to be especially challenging to find an exact make or model of a classic vintage car. […]

  • 1966 Corvette Stringray 427 with Real “Big Block” Cubic-Inch Engines

    Chevrolet Corvette, also known as C2, is the second-generation sports car manufactured by the Chevrolet division of General Motors for the car models made between 1963 to 1967. The history of 1966 Corvette 427 goes back when two performance levels of the real “Big Block” 427 cubic-inch engines were introduced. These are L20 version with […]

  • Restoring a Classic Car: Tips for Beginners

    If you have been following our posts here on 365 Days of Motoring, you will notice that we discuss classic cars a lot. Classic cars are fascinating in their own ways, and they are a great hobby to get into. We go as far back as several hundred years ago to learn about the best […]