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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What does Trump’s tariff plan mean for car collectors?

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We from Corsia Logistics are quite fond of this whole niche. We have even made it a goal to provide the best classic car shipping services to every client. So we figured, it is important to shed some light on what these tariff changes may mean for collectors and regular people alike.

A few weeks ago, President Trump proposed a new tariff plan that has to do with imported vehicles. To put it briefly, it ...

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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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California’s love affair with classic cars

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The romance wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t include a 1940 Ford Deluxe Convertible in the picture. Would it? The relationship California has with classics has been going on for over a century. They have become not only a part of the landscape but a part of the culture, too.

Californians say that their state is the only place in the world where cars are vital for living. And we don’t mean it only in terms of transportation. Cars are an ...

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Classic car transport California

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The one niche that seems to always grow in California, and bring together more and more enthusiasts, is the classic car market. Although depending on where you are in the world your definition of what makes a car classic may vary, you will certainly find most cars categorized as classics in California. Classic cars age like wine – the older they get the better they are. And like wine, each car has its own appeal. And just ...

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The Lada Zhiguli travels halfway across the globe

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The United States has a long history in car manufacturing. After all, we are among the pioneers in the industry. And yet, we often seem to forget that other countries have also tried to stake their claim on the car market. Some have succeeded, others have fallen into obscurity. But people are now starting to dig up these forgotten gems. That is how we landed the job of transporting a 1978 Lada from Bulgaria, halfway across the ...

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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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You will often hear that open car transport is not suitable for a classic car. The truth is that it works just fine. Many customers prefer open auto transport not only because it’s more affordable, but because it is just as safe. It’s also true that many classic automobiles are more fragile in general, and collectors often prefer to transport them in an enclosed trailer. It is a matter of personal preferences.

We won’t argue that the enclosed auto transport does protect ...

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Five Cars that Changed the World

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It is very interesting how certain tools, gadgets, and objects have become an important part of our lives. To the point, we can hardly imagine ourselves without them. Imagine for a moment that you were left alone on an island. Far away from home and from your loved ones. You have the chance to pick up to three items to have there with you. What would they be?

Thinking about fictional situations like these, you may realize how much you cannot ...

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Transporting a Classic Car to the Next Show

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Some cars are like wine. The ‘older’ they get, the better and more valuable they become. There is something about classics that draws our attention. Some people get enough satisfaction from just snapping a photo of a beautiful vintage car for their next social media post. Others feel the urge to get into the vintage car game. They purchase a classic, they show it off whenever and wherever they can. They first make sure their friends and family, their entire neighborhood and ...

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