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Posted on: 12/4/2017 by Car Guy
Throughout the decades, there have been a significant number of classic cars that have gone largely underappreciated. Whether they were outshined by another historic car at the time, or if they simply weren’t perceived well by the market many classic vehicles have been given the proverbial cold shoulder by practically everyone the world over. Here are 16 of the most underappreciated classic cars.  Read More
Posted on: 11/14/2017 by Car Guy
There’s nothing quite like the world of high-stakes car auctions. With money changing hands by the millions and classic cars, hot rods, and classic trucks finding new owners, the atmosphere can get pretty exciting. We’ve done our research, and we’ve found some of the most expensive vintage cars to be ever sold at an auction. If you’re ready to have your mind blown by these extremely high numbers, continue reading.  Read More
Posted on: 10/9/2017 by Car Guy
You can also save plenty of time by visiting eBay’s online website. eBay has practically anything and everything that you can imagine. Since online dealers commonly compete with wrecking yards and private sellers, there’s a good chance you’ll find an excellent deal on parts for your classic car during one of many online auctions. Just remember to read the reviews on the seller that you’re purchasing the part from to ensure that person is trustworthy.  Read More
Posted on: 8/9/2017 by Car Guy
Selling a classic car can be considered an art form. It takes planning and effort that involves research and patience. If you’re looking to sell your car at market value, then finding a buyer can may take a lot of time. Just remember this - for every car, there is a buyer. You simply have to tailor your sales pitch to draw in the right kind of buyer. With that being said, here are a few tips to help you sell your classic car.  Read More
Posted on: 8/8/2017 by Car Guy

There aren’t many things in this world that can give you the same feeling as sitting behind the wheel of a sports car built for maximum speed. The problem with aspiring to own a supercar, or any luxury vehicle for that matter, is that the moment something catastrophic happens to your car – whether that be an automobile accident, storm, or vandalism – things quicklybecome very expensive. Try telling your insurance agent that you totaled your 1936 Type 57SC Bugatti Atlantic Ferrari and don’t be surprised if you’re met with shock and silence. Unfortunately, many people have dealt with catastrophic expenses due to unforeseen circumstances involving their vehicle. Here are 11 of the most expensive car insurance claims.

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Posted on: 8/1/2017 by Car Guy
The 1960’s were a turbulent time, as the United States and the cars of this generation underwent dramatic changes. The 60’s gave us great cars like the Mini Cooper, the Aston Martin DB5, and the Ferrari 250 GTO. However, there are many unsung heroes from this period that are completely underrated. Here are of the most underrated classic cars from the 1960’s.  Read More
Posted on: 7/30/2017 by Car Guy
After investing plenty of time and money into preserving your classic car, following these simple tips will help you protect your vintage automobile.  Read More
Posted on: 2/1/2017 by Classic Specialist
Once you make the decision to buy a classic car, it's important to know ten important rules before finalizing the purchase. By following these rules, you'll ensure that you've covered all your bases, right down to the classic car insurance and the upkeep of the vehicle. But before you get started, you should consider your reasons for buying a classic car in the first place: Is it because you're planning to make a hobby out of car collecting? Or are you looking to make an investment?  Read More
Posted on: 4/26/2016 by Car Guy
The Chevrolet Corvair was one of the company’s best-known compact cars between 1960 and 1969. While its legacy was tarnished by a number of issues surrounding its handling, the Corvair became quite popular, and today, many collectors and classic car aficionados still love the Chevy Corvair. The history behind this car unveils why it is so popular and why its lifespan was cut short.  Read More
Posted on: 5/5/2015 by Car Guy
One of the most popular Chevrolet cars is the Chevy Camaro. This muscle car first hit the market on September 29, 1966. Chevy launched the Camaro to directly compete with the Ford Mustang. Development began in 1965 and was presented to the public in June of 1966. The name continued the tradition of naming all Chevy's with a name that started with C. According to rumors, the name was found in a French/English dictionary, where 'camaro' translates to 'friend.' However, it's not a French word, and the story is most likely not true.  Read More