Most Wanted collectible Vintage Cars in the World

If you own a classic car, then car enthusiasts will surely give you thumbs up. Do you know it is not easy to get vintage cars nowadays? Most of the time these old cars are found to be very expensive because they are rare. One thing that makes it expensive is the authenticity of its parts.

Having a vintage car is something to be proud of. It is indeed true that most vintage cars have a high value in the market, but you can also find affordable ones for your vintage collection. It is not easy to maintain a vintage car, especially if you would like to keep it running. When you find problems on its part, then it would be very difficult for you to get an original part because it is classic. Most of the parts of these cars are already unavailable in the market or car industry.

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The Z

This is a very popular Datsun 240Z sports car from Japan and famous in America from 1970 to 1973. When it comes to gorgeous style, comfort, performance and reliability, you can count on it. The Z has a 6-cylinder engine, having a 125mph speed. You can still catch one at $15,000.

The Mach 1

This vintage car is a Ford Mustang 428 Cobra Jet from 1969 to 1970. Having this car will let you feel like having a Shelby GT 500 because of its power, style and overall performance. Collectors may get this at $100,000.

The Pontiac GTO

Having a Pontiac GTO means like owning a classic GTO. This classic car started in 1964 until 1970. This car has a four-speed manual transmission and delivers 360 hp. You can get this car for $30,000.

The Triumph

This is a British sports car, which started in 1969 until 1973. This TR6 is powerful and ideal for low-mile conditions. It has a major torque and is powered by a 150-hp and 2.5-liter 6-cylinder engine. This is a collector’s choice because its’ parts are still available in the market.

The American Convertibles

These classic cars started gaining attention from various car enthusiasts. These full-size cars started in 1967 until 1975. If you can get a Cadillac DeVille or an Oldsmobile Starfire for $25,000 – $125,000, then you can also get a Ford XL or a Dodge Polara for $15,000.

The Station Wagons

This classic cars are from 1965 to 1975 wagons. A good example of this one is the Ford Country Squire or the Buick Sport Wagon. You can get these cars from $8,000 to $10,000.

The Pickup Trucks

You can also find affordable trucks, such as the Ford F-100 Ranger from $7,500 to $10,000. These trucks are from 1965 to 1985 models.

Those are just some of the classic cars that car lovers might want to collect. Some of these cars might be unwanted, underrated or just simple old. But, a car enthusiast, who likes collecting vintage cars will surely want to get some of these cars to keep, maintain and showcase.

Facts about Cars

If you travel every day or out on the road the whole day, then you will see different car models from various manufacturers, such as Ford, Honda, Mitsubishi, Toyota, Subaru, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Lamborghini, Porsche and KIA. You can find these cars in stunning colors and designs.

If you are going to count the cars passing on the road the whole day, you will surely get tired doing that. Because of these cars, traffic jam happens, especially during the rush hour. So, lucky for those countries, who seldom experience traffic jam.

For your information, the very first car was invented in France and Germany during the 18th century. But, later on the Americans dominated the production and invention of cars through the help of Henry Ford. Later on, demand for cars in Japan and Europe rose in the 19th century.

Today, cars are produced every day and more car models are designed and manufactured to meet the needs of the car enthusiasts. Through the help of advanced and modern technology, features of cars are also going hi-tech.


Do you know that…?

As a car enthusiast, it could have been better if you will also know about various car facts. It will surely make you feel proud about the invention of cars.

  • Wilhelm Maybach designed the Mercedes in 1901 for Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft. But, it was Karl Benz, who was acknowledged for this invention. This is considered as the very first modernized motorcar.
  • In 1983, two Americans from Springfield, Massachusetts, designed the very first gasoline automobile. They were J. Frank and Charles Duryea. In 1895, they won the first car race in America.
  • In 1892, Rudolf Diesel received a patent for his rational combustion engine and built the first diesel engine in 1897.
  • In 1897, Ransom E. Olds founded the Olds Motor Vehicle Company or Oldsmobile.
  • In 1903, Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company.
  • From 1941 to 1950, Kiichiro Toyoda had been the president of the Toyota Motor Corporation.

That was the old and important ones…let’s move to more of the weird facts.

  • In 1902, the very first speeding ticket in the whole world was recorded at 45mph.
  • In the United Kingdom, there are 35 million cars. And then, 1 in every 4 cars on the road were actually made in China.
  • If you have a Formula 1 or F1 car, then you can drive it in a tunnel going upside down at a speed of 120mph. When it comes to corners, these cars produce 3.5G.
  • Can you calculate how many cars are produced every day, if there were 60 million cars every year?
  • If you have plans of going to the moon by car at an average speed of 60mph, then you will reach your destination in less than a month.
  • If you are going to count all the unique parts of an average car, then it would be more than 30,000.
  • 75% of the Rolls Royce cars produced are still up and on the road.
  • In Europe, there were 12 brands that Volkswagen owns. That would be Scania, MAN, Audi, Seat, Bugatti, Porsche, Lamborghini, Ducati, Porsche, Skoda, Bentley, Volkswagen passenger Cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.