Posted by Ben on 08 7th, 2012
First off…What’s a vintage vehicle? It’s usually defined as a car produced during ‘Vintage Era” (1919- the end of 1930s). It can be a Chevy, a Plymouth, a Ford, etc. Whatever the brand is, one thing is certain: there’s a significant distinction in the apperance of vintage vehicles.
There’s something aristocratic in those sleek lines and contours, in the form of those classic windows and the proportions of a car. A vintage vehicle is more than just a status symbol. For some, it is something to collect and to boast. While today we can count more than a dozen of vintage cars’ fan clubs and various events dedicated to them, not everyone knows that they were built in the times referred to as the golden age of motoring.
Times when car heating and in-car radio were introduced, times when power steering and four-wheel braking were introduced. For that reason or because of its gorgeous looks, a vintage car is still admired. Either restored or not, vintage cars are still driven and collected. In order to commemorate their greatness, check out the photos of auto carriages from the past and ascertain that attraction for vintage never goes out of fashion.
Then check out the rims that will take your vehicle to the next level of vintage efficacy and add that retro touch!
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