We’ve written a lot at Classic Car News about “future classics,” cars we think are going to escalate in value.
It’s no surprise that the full-size Sierra pickup truck is the best-selling vehicle at GMC dealerships.
When the talk turns to future classics, one of the Japanese performance stars of the 1990s is routinely and inexplicably left off the list, the 1990-99 Mitsubishi 3000GT.
It is widely accepted that a sleeper car has various mods to make it a high performance vehicle while nothing on the exterior of the car would indicate that it was anything special.
Say you can’t afford a classic Aston Martin but you still want the classic Aston driving experience.
Still aching for a drivable piece of Steve McQueen magic, but those million-dollar Porsches are a bit out of reach?
That isn’t a misprint. You read it correctly.
Ordinarily, I might pass up this cool-looking Hemi Challenger because it’s not a true factory R/T muscle car but a re-creation.
For a long time, cars that were made in the ‘70s and ‘80s were considered non-collectable, in particular those cars that were also of Japanese descent.
My entire opinion of the newest Mustang changed at the push of a button.