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dwayneyoesting
    
what years are considered classic cars?
 
posted: October 3, 2013
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
you should get a 100 different opinions on your question .In my opinion a classic car is from the 20s and 30s with a 12 or 16 cylinder engine .possibly a 12 cyl Lincoln from the40s ,cords and auburns.
posted:  October 3, 2013
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454gvan
    
Right... About 100 different answers. Alot of talk around town during the Woodward Dream Cruise about what makes a classic. There is a certain amount of beauty in the eye of beholder that can be applied. For example... a new Mustang or Camaro may be considered instant classics, where one may never think a 1988 Pontiac J2000 could be classic. But if you see one that has been cared for.. BAM! Classic. And so on.... In general, or at least in my opinion, a car can be a Classic Car if there is an enthusiastic owner, unique features or accessories that may make it stand apart from the rest of the crowd.
posted:  October 17, 2013
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64elcie
    
There are three classes of cars Pioneer, Classic, and Collector Cars. Of course the early cars are the Pioneers, to the years of the Classics, 20s, 30s, 40s, even some early 50s such as the Packard's, Cadillac, Lincolns etc. Which a lot of states give preference to in there licensing. Then come the Collector Car to the early 70, but can include newer vehicles also, depending on there availability (limited production). Tho they are ALL collectable cars.
posted:  November 22, 2013
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