Old is gold: Famous vintage cars in the world
Are you crazy about vintage cars? We bet you didn’t know about these famous ones in the world!
Just like antiques, vintage cars too still fascinate many simply because they of their historical greatness. We often hear in the news that some people spend millions behind some of these vintage cars. When it comes vintage cars, it’s not about the modern technologically advanced automobile systems, rather what attracts people is the nostalgic feeling attached to these cars. Vintage car collectors often feel that these old designs cannot be replaced by the modern ones and that is what makes them so enthralling. Let’s check out some of the world famous vintage cars that still exist and are being sold for millions of dollars…
1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT 350 – There was a time when this Mustang was one of the American classic muscle cars. This beast was made by Ford Shelby in 1967. It had powerful engines, and a marvelous look and street presence. In fact, it also had strong rear differentials almost the same as race cars. While this car may not be able to compete in the races today, but it still is a fine example of classic mechanical engineering in its highest order.
Jaguar E-Type – Jaguar E-Type or the jaguar XK-E was a famous British sports car, manufactured by the Jaguar Cars Private Limited between 1961 and 1975.Car lovers, be it from the 21st century or in the past, drool over this beauty simply because of the stunning design and shape of this car. Many have even said it looks like a cheetah ready to go on a run. Enzo Ferrari even called it as “the most beautiful car ever made”.
1959 Aston Martin DB4 GT Zagato–Made with the intention of being a race car, this Aston Martin is smooth as butter on road as well. The DB4 GT Zagato in its days set new benchmarks for its high performance and beastly power. It was designed by Zagato and produced between 1960-’63.
Volkswagen Beetle – This economic car was famous back in its time and it is still is extremely popular. Manufactured and marketed by one of the top automobile makers Volkswagen, the production of the classic design went on from 1938 to 2003. The Beetle has a record for most manufactured cars ever made, and still now it takes the second place in list of largest productions.