Mar 22, 2017 03:37 PM EDT
The classic car market is evolving, just like all commodity market. Their values go up, go down, and owners buy, trade, sell and hold their cars before sending them off to the market accordingly. Unlike other collectible objects, classic cars are fun as well as useful to play with. Because of their antique value, classic cars could be super expensive. However, there are great deals on old cars that are in the sub-$10,000 realms which you could get today.
The first one is the 1971-76 Buick Electra 225. This fourth-generation Electra is built on the General Motors C-body platform. It offers more interior room than just about anything else on the road. The 455-cid V-8 is nearly bulletproof and the cars were made available with luxury options galore. These classic cars are tagged around $6,000.
The classic sixth-generation Ford F-series are always an excellent choice when it comes to finding a good, classic truck. While 1973-79 Ford F-Series are mostly no-frills, the rust, however, could kill them, especially at the front of the bed and the bottom of the B-pillar.
The 1989-93 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is another classic car that you can get at an affordable price.It is one of the cheapest, awesome classic cars you could ever get today- both sedans and coupes offer plenty of luxury with the price less than $3,000. Now you can get your own "Standard of the World" in vintage, classic form.
Classic cars that are built on the G-body platform are now the last of a legend. Whether you plan to race it like a competitive street rod or just need the daily driver basics, the 1978-87 Chevrolet El Camino could do just fine. Plus, the classic factor puts a distinctive value when you go on the road.
Last but not the least is the 1979-93 Ford Mustang. The importance of this car cannot be overstated. It's a design that has aged well, and no other car offers up a greater bang-for-buck factor than a 5.0-liter Fox body. Plenty of them have been used and abused, but with so many produced, you can afford to bide your time and be choosy.
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