Add These Classic Cars to Your Wishlist
When it comes to picking which cars to include in your dream garage, many people opt for classic cars. Some even say, ‘you haven’t lived until you’ve driven a classic car’. Discover which classic cars remain highly prized by car connoisseurs today. Which one of these is your favourite?
Enzo Ferrari has referred to this model as “The most beautiful car ever made”. The Jaguar E-Type has been established as an icon in the motoring world for its unique and timeless mix of aesthetic beauty and high performance.
Aston Martin DB5
The DB5 was named after Sir David Brown, the owner of Aston Martin between 1947 and 1972. This car is one of the most recognisable cars in pop culture because it was used by James Bond in Goldfinger (1964).
In being iconic in design and machine architecture, it’s no surprise that the Chevrolet Corvette remains one of the most collected vehicles in the world. If you’re lucky to see one drive past you, you will admire the corvette’s ability to be effortlessly timeless in style.
Mercedes SL 300 Gullwing
Introduced in 1954, the Mercedes SL 300 Gullwing was the fastest vehicle produced at the time. Only about three-quarters of original 1954 SL 300s exist today and many are still owned by their original owners.
VW Beetles are endlessly fun and cute. They are simple to drive and offer a specific warmth and sense of nostalgia that other classic cars don’t provide.
Designed in 1948 by Erwin Komenda, the Porsche 356 is Porsche’s first production car.
Ferrari 308 GTS
A popular model in the 1980s, the Ferrari 308 GTS remains a favourite model for car collectors around the globe. This classic model was used by Tom Selleck in Magnum, PI (1980 – 1988).
Introduced in 1967 by General Motors, the Camaro is the signature vehicle that defines American muscle.
President of Nissan Motors USA, Yutaka Katayama introduced the Datsun 240Z in 1970. It is also popularly known as the Nissan Fairlady Z.
Cord 810 / 812
Produced in 1936 by the Cord Automobile division of the Auburn Automobile Company, the Cord 810 / 812 was the first American-designed vehicle that was a front wheel drive and had an independent front suspension.
Initially, the Challenger didn’t sell as good as the Mustang, but it remains a classic model that car collectors continue to vie over today.
The Ford Mustang is truly the token classic car that everyone wishes they had in their garage. First produced in 1965 and still in production today, it’s no doubt that this model is the supreme definition of a classic car.