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The great American Dream Cars of the 1950’s

Everyone already knows the Big Three car companies of Ford, GM, and Chrysler. Those have continued in some form or another to produce cars to this day, but back in that illustrious 50’s decade the motoring landscape was dotted with other carmakers putting their products on the new Interstates. We had Hudsons, Kaisers, Packards, Studebakers, even your occasional Crosley and ... Read More »

The Most Beautiful Cars Ever Built

In all, thirty-four 250 Testa Rossas were built, from 1956 through 1961. The phrase “Testa Rossa” means “red head.” The most well known, the 250TR, was produced from 1957 to 1958; only 2 factory cars and 19 customer cars were built. After the 250 GTO, the 250 Testa Rossa is the second most valuable Ferrari model, often valued at more ... Read More »

Greatest Muscle Cars of the Sixties

The editors of ClassicAutomobiles.info has just created a list of eleven of the greatest iconic muscle cars of this amazing era. From very first official muscle car, the 1964 Pontiac GTO,  which inspired the pop song hit “Little GTO” by the Ronnie &The Daytonas to its end of the decade 1969 GTO Judge, of which got its name from a ... Read More »

Excellent Buys in Modern Classic Cars

Are Modern Classic Sports Cars a Good Investment? It takes more than an inventive advertising campaign to qualify a modern classic sports car as a truly valuable classic car investment, one that will at some point provide a return to its owner above the price initially paid. Unfortunately the biggest factor seems to be luck, few recent supposed instant classics ... Read More »