March Newsletter | Raleigh Classic
Old-school rides are often deployed at auto shows, used by the automakers that produced them as tangible links to their heritage—especially when they want to evoke said heritage in promoting a new vehicle. They’re also used as stand candy by various companies to lure unsuspecting journalists and potential customers into their booths, and as templates for dreamers...
Tracing the history of a classic car can be a frustrating task, but here are a few quick tips so you can get the most information about your vehicle as possible.
Entry level muscle car nostalgia on a budget. When it comes to American cars, nothing tweaks the nostalgia nerve more than old Detroit iron. Cars of the 60s and 70s were built before crash testing and safety legislation had big effects on how a car looked or drove.