Millennials enter the classic cars market

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So, can millennials be part of this? Are they ready to be part of the collectors club? And is the classic car market ready for them at all?

The collector market is melting down right now. There’s been little or no movement in the value of classics in the past years. Even more frightening is the fact that some of the most highly priced collector models have decreased their value in half since last year. Most of the vintage car market ...

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Shipping a classic car – 1941 Lincoln Continental

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The unique nature of classic vehicles innately means their owners would want to fully protect them at all times. Because of this, you will often hear that you should not even consider open car transport. But should you?

The truth is that it works just fine. Many customers prefer open auto transport due to its lower price, but also because it still provides safe shipping. That being said, collectors do prefer to ship classic automobiles in enclosed trailers. Ultimately, it all ...

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Shipping America’s favorite pickup: 1997 Ford F-150

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Ford has accomplished a lot in the last hundred years. Though their models come and go, one stays strong: the Ford F-Series. It has been the best-selling vehicle line in the US for over 20 years and the best-selling truck for over 30 years.

Now, let us take a detailed look at this unique pickup truck model. Together we will explore its history and how peoples’ needs, and technology advancements, shaped its design.

People nowadays have a skeptical stance towards newer models. ...

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Shipping a Luxury Car Guide

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Valuing luxury means to appreciate comfort, attention to detail and class. Often that means upholding a certain image as well. A Porsche may be classy, but not if it is beaten up. For this reason, you should not approach shipping a luxury car the same way you would any other daily commuter vehicle. In this quick guide we will cover things you need to know about transporting such a car.

The first thing to spring to mind may be driving the ...

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Volvo P1800: The poor man’s Ferrari

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Today, let’s talk about the Volvo P1800. On the one hand, its Swedish origins don’t usually hint at supreme design. Not that Volvo makes ugly cars, but their reputation has more to do with safety. On the other hand, its styling can be traced back to Italy. What does this tell us then? Its aesthetics should be masterfully crafted!

That’s not all, though. The specific Volvo P1800 we transported through our classic car shipping services is a ...

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Driving the art: DiMora Vicci 6.2 Emperor

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No car enthusiast will ever say that vehicles are not art. Whether you enjoy classic cars for their history or their design, you know there is something special about them. Sadly, no one makes them like that anymore, right? Wrong!

As it turns out, a lot of people out there appreciate the vintage style of the 20s and 30s. Sure, it may not be practical in any sense of the word, but it is awesome nonetheless. Because of this, one company ...

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Why should I choose enclosed auto transport?

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When you are moving to another city or state, you may need to bring your vehicle with you. After some research, you have decided that shipping your car is the best option. Now you may be facing another dilemma: Which type of car transport to choose? Should you choose an open carrier or an enclosed one? This post will give you practical advice about when and why you should choose an enclosed auto transport.

First things first: let us see what ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: 1960 Chevy Impala

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How does the 1960 Chevy Impala differ from previous models?

Under the motto “Space, Spirit, Splendor,” 1960 Chevy Impala received new features like an electric brake parking light, electric clock, and back-up lights. Cruise control and a six-way power seat were also among the newly added elements. Let’s not forget the “Speedminder” – a short-lived, but useful feature that would buzz when the driver exceeded a pre-set speed limit. The Chevy design team also replaced the flamboyant cats’-eyes-resembling tail lights with ...

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These cheap muscle cars will make you feel rich

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Still, having a good muscle car does not have to be a burden. Of course, you have to search a bit more and be prepared for a few compromises. What are we talking about? The second-hand market offers high-performance classic cars at a fraction of their regular price.

We have looked around and found five cheap, yet high-quality muscle cars, which can serve you as a starting point. Want to see them?

The classic market offers plenty of good deals on muscles, ...

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Top five classic car auctions in the U.S.

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Attending classic car events, gives you the chance to see fantastic classic vehicles. Whether you are a collector, buyer, or simply an admirer, classic car auctions are ideal for spotting rare and interesting models. These events are frequented by serious car collectors as well. Hence, you’ll have a chance to network with other classic car fans.

In this post, we outline the top five classic car auctions in the United States. Let’s not waste more time and ...

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