A car to remember: 1949 Ford Tudor Sedan

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History is flying so fast by us that sometimes we do not have enough time to appreciate its wonders. This applies doubly so to the world of cars. Nowadays they shift gears for us, park for us, and even pay attention to the road for us. But in the midst of that progress, we lose track of the unique characteristics of each vehicle. May this be due to the fact that there is no uniqueness left?

At some point, we transported ...

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Some of the most interesting cars shipped in 2018

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That being said, one of our favorite aspects of our job is getting to transport some super cool cars. In that regard, 2018 was quite generous to us. We saw plenty of remarkable vehicles and admired the ingenuity of their engineering. However, some of them just made a much bigger impression on us than others.

Because of all that, today I want to have a recap. In 2018 there were 5 cars Corsia shipped that I particularly fancied. Some of them ...

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The Grinch who didn’t steal Christmas: 1959 Cadillac Roadster

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You might be looking at the photo wondering, “What is this car?”.  Our expression was similar when Corsia Logistics was hired to transport the vehicle. Amazed when we saw the creature, we couldn’t imagine the amount of work that had been put into it!

The custom-designed, metallic green 1959 Cadillac features a supercharged, big block Chevy engine, 32 Ford grill, and 55 Chevy dash. Some might say this is a bizarre take on the ...

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The story of a Canadian native – 1975 Bricklin SV-1

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Recently, Corsia Logistics shipped one very peculiar automobile – the 1975 Bricklin SV-1. This is a car with an interesting history. Everything around it is veiled in controversy, marketing issues, staff problems, and a bunch of other misfortunes. Honestly, the fact that it even exists is somewhat baffling on its own.

Considering that Bricklins are scarcer than most classic models, transporting one is definitely a big deal. The car itself may have had its problems, but through the lens of time ...

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Tips for shipping a classic car you bought online

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Some of you who are new to the world of classics may ask why you should buy a classic car when you can own a brand new vehicle equipped with latest technology. Well… why not? This, of course, is how we would answer at first.

It is true that classics have a special kind of power. Once you get into the field, you hardly ever get detached from the world of classics. And the reasons are both emotional and rational. Here ...

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Past, present, and future unite at the Monterey Car Week

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Car events happen all over the world. You can go to different expositions, races are a regular thing, and exhibitions of a given marque occur quite often. However, there are only a few such events that have worldwide appeal. And the Monterey Car Week with its culmination in the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance may be the most important one of them.

But what makes it so special? Are people just interested in the extravagant vehicles that are present, or is there ...

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VW Minibus: The past, the present, and the future

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The Volkswagen Type 2 is a special vehicle. It has been in production for about 70 years now, with no signs of stopping. Why though? What makes it such a desired machine? Together we will learn a bit more about this interesting auto. With its peculiar history and even more intriguing future, we are up for an entertaining ride. Are you ready?

Even though this vehicle is now an emblematic piece of German engineering, its origins are rather ...

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How much does a classic car cost?

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Interestingly enough vintage vehicles are not always that costly. In our article on the least interesting classic cars, you can see that many classics are… affordable, to say the least. But how are such vehicles even priced? Is it by age alone, or how scarce they are now? Maybe it is all about how much they cost in the beginning? Let’s see what a classic car’s price tag is made of!

When it comes to pricing, everything is ...

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BMW RS 700 – The ultimate racing legend

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1961 has brought many changes to the world. Yuri Gagarin, the Soviet cosmonaut became the first man in space. In the United States, John Kennedy took office as the 35th president and that same year committed the nation to “landing on the moon by the end of the decade” with NASA’s Project Apollo. The UK lawyer Peter Benenson launched the “Appeal for Amnesty” which gave birth to Amnesty International and a global movement for human rights. In Germany, construction of ...

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The LEAST interesting classic car. Is it that bad?

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Even if you are not a classic car enthusiast, you can still appreciate a nice 1957 Porsche 356A when it drives by you on the highway. Because of this, you may think that an uninteresting classic vehicle is a unicorn – it simply does not exist.

It seems like the very term ‘classic’ renders a car interesting, at least in some regard. And yet, there are certain classics that even time has forgotten. But are they truly boring? ...

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