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Driven: 2016 Dodge Challenger 392 Hemi Scat Pack Shaker

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We talk quite a bit at our weekly Classic Car News meetings at ClassicCars.com headquarters about “future classics,” cars.

1965 Volkswagen Beetle

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Volkswagen Beetles could be the most common of all collector cars (well, Ford Mustangs might be close), with loads of avid VeeDub enthusiasts, clubs and events.

1964 Mercury Monterey

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The Pick of the Day is a 1964 Mercury Monterey four-door sedan with the popular and even show-stopping “Breezeway” electric rear window.

1951 Ford F1 Ranger Marmon Herrington

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The first Ford truck to wear the Ranger badge was not a pickup but what was then known as a carry-all vehicle, and now called an SUV.

Series shows restoration of U.S. ‘Serial One’ Honda N600

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After a decade of growth that made Honda the top-selling motorcycle manufacturer in the world, Honda set out to sell cars in the United States, entering the market in 1969 with the N600.

1994 Toyota Recreational Vehicle

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When you combine a need for speed with a desire to take on any terrain, you get the Pick of the Day, which is listed as a 1994 Toyota Recreational Vehicle.

Driven: A vintage adventure in a 1934 Buick

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'Big as a Buick” was an expression that came to mind as I looked over the handsome blue 1934 Buick 96 convertible sedan parked near the marina at San Fernandina Beach, Florida.

1981 BMW 320i

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Last week, the Pick of the Day was the car that put BMW on the map with enthusiast drivers, the 2002.

1924 Dodge Brothers roadster

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Cool sports cars, rakishly styled to emulate the race cars of the day, go back almost to the beginning of the automobile.

1960 Buick Electra

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Though not quite a long as its big brother, the Buick Electra stretched out 221.2 inches for the 1960 model year.