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Classic American Cars

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Classic American Cars

  1. 1. Classic American Cars
  2. 2. Over the years, Ford has produced many different classic American cars that are still in high demand today. The most popular is arguably the classic Ford Mustang. The Mustang was introduced in September 1964 at the New York World’s Fair. Classic Ford Vehicles
  3. 3. Everyday Classic Car Models Some other everyday classic car models are produced by GM. Some of these car include the Corvette, the Camaro, and the Firebird. GM encompasses four different nameplates including: • Pontiac • GMC • Chevrolet • Cadillac
  4. 4. The Corvette, Camaro, & Firebird The Camaro was first made in 1966 and was GM’s answer to the Ford Mustang. One year later, the Firebird was manufactured. The Corvette is one classic car that is just as popular as the Ford Mustang, if not more so. It was made in 1952 and it was also the first American car to be fuel injected.
  5. 5. The Ford Thunderbird The first model of the classic Thunderbird was made in 1955. Over 16,000 were sold, making it still readily available today. Though it is still a classic muscle car, it was advertised as a luxury car when it was first produced.
  6. 6. More Popular Classic Cars from GM More classic cars from GM include the Chevelle, the Chevy II, and the Nova. All of these cars were produced in the 60’s around the same time or within a few years of each other. At least one of them can be found on many classic car “must- have” lists.
  7. 7. Classic Chrysler Cars Chrysler also makes quite a few classic car lists with a variety of muscle cars. One of the most popular models is the Charger. The first models are hard to find, but subsequent models are much easier to collect.
  8. 8. Rare vs. Common Classic Cars Classic car collectors might have one or two rare cars, but most find more common cars to add to their compilation. One of the main reasons for this is price and availability. For many people, easier-to-find models are enough if they’re in good condition for a reasonable price.
  9. 9. Collecting Classic Cars Collecting classic cars is a favorite American pastime for many people. Some collectors choose to find cars made by the same manufacturer, while others branch out into different car companies and prefer to own a wide selection of models and types.
  10. 10. Own Your Classic American Dream Car Today! At Everyday Classic Cars, you’ll find that some of the most popular cars available today. Check out our stock and drive away with the classic car of your dreams! Contact us at www.everydayclassiccars.com

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