Free VIN Check, VIN Number Check,  VIN Search, VIN Check, Vehicle History Report, Used Car History, Car History Report,  VIN Decoder

Free VIN Check

AutoCheck Vehicle History Report

VIN Number Check

Used Car Value

Vehicle History Report

NADA

CLASSIC CAR

USED CAR HISTORY

Car History

Auto Insurance

Auto Warranty

DMV

Shopping

BEST Sellers
Shop new or used
Baby Books Camera & Photo Classical Music Computer & Video Games Computers DVD Electronics
Kitchen & Housewares Software Magazines Tools & Hardware Outdoor Living Popular Music Toys & Games Videos
AUTO LEMON - USED CAR HISTORY CHECK offers both AutoCheck Vehicle History Report and Free VIN Check. Please read our reviews and guide bellow:
  • Run Free VIN Check or order Unlimited AutoCheck Vehicle History Report
  • HOT NEWS! >> Each vehicle with a AutoCheck Assured certified vehicle history is backed by AutoCheck Buyback Protection guarantee
    • Run an Auto Check Vehicle History Report. If the vehicle has a clean title history it will qualify for the AutoCheck Buyback Protection guarantee. FREE from AutoCheck.
    • AutoCheck will actually buy the vehicle back from you if you find a severe problem (major accident, fire, flood damage, major odometer problems or a manufacturer buyback) that was reported by a DMV - Department of Motor Vehicles and not included in the Vehicle History Report. This protection lasts for one year and is transferable.
    • Try Vehicle History Report account login now !

CLASSIC CAR

CARS > CLASSIC CAR

Used Car history 
MAKE: Acura   Aston Martin Audi Bentley BMW Buick Cadillac Chevrolet Chrysler Dodge
Ferrari Ford GMC Honda Hummer Hyundai Infiniti Isuzu Jaguar Jeep Kia
Lamborghini Land Rover Lexus Lincoln Lotus Mazda Mercedes-Benz Mercury Mini Mitsubishi Nissan
Oldsmobile Pontiac Porsche Rolls Royce Saab Saturn Subaru Suzuki Toyota Volkswagen Volvo
Car Consumer Guide

What to do if you get a Lemon Car?

Car Lemon Law - Legal advice, attorney referral, and lemon aid

Vehicle History

Vehicle History Reference:

Auto Insurance Reviews:

Valuable Auto Insurance Resources

Selecting an Auto Insurance company

Auto Insurance Claim process

Auto Extended Warranty

Auto Rental



CLASSIC CAR

Let's learn about Classic Culture to understand about Classic Cars.

 

Classic Cars from 1945-1975


The Second World War to 1975 period, the first flickering of interest were shown in classic motorcars. A variety of models are covered, from those that many will have heard of, and the more unusual classic makes.
This section is a guide to the manufacturers making the world's best-loved and most famous classic cars from 1945—1975. It spotlights the models like the XK120 and Morris Minor that many will have heard of, while giving more esoteric classics like the Iso Grifo and Fiat 130 Coupe a fair crack of the whip. Some cars were classics from birth. Others earned the title. Some earned it with outstanding dynamic qualities and advanced engineering; some by sheer commercial success or conspicuous lack of it. Failures like the Edsel or Austin Atlantic add colour to the motorcar's history. Their stories show how even the top companies can get it wrong — and they make great reading.

The 1970s was a difficult time for motoring, with oil crises, escalating congestion, pollution issues and industrial troubles. Yet a true golden age of cars began at this time, reaching full bloom in the late 1980s and 90s, as cars became more rewarding to drive, leapt ahead in technical terms and grew in design appeal.

We will also look at the evolution in dream-car design over 60 years. With the birth of car designers rather than pure engineers, the door was open for them to express their visions of the future. These cars are celebrated here as we look back at what fired the imaginations of yesterday's creative minds and look to future creations, which will address the current issues of congestion, energy consumption and pollution.

The Classic Era

Today we're hooked on nostalgia. As hopeless escapists, nothing feeds our need better than an old car - a classic car. After the Second World War, the motorcar came of age. As more and more people around the world took to the road, manufacturers began to stretch the boundaries. The makers set styling, engineering and safety trends in an increasingly competitive market: speeds increased; styling and engineering became more adventurous; and many devices we take for granted today, like disc brakes, four-wheel drive (4-WD) and automatic transmission, became widely used.


The 1950s, 1960s and to an extent the 1970s were the most fertile period for the motorcar, a classic era and a perfect breeding ground for the classic car we cherish today, be it limousine or economy runabout, sports car or apparently humdrum saloon.



EVOLUTION OF THE MOVEMENT

As the 20th century draws to a close, we seem to look back as much as forward, pining for what we were, as wee see it, better times. We can’t revisit our Golden Age, but at least we can own and experience the material objects that evoke it: clothes, music, films and cars – classic cars. Glamorous, kitsch, humble or high bred; these mobile time warps powerfully conjure up a particular period.

New Vintage
The hobby of preserving and collecting cars built after the Second World War began to take shape in the early 1970s. Veteran (pre-1905), Edwardian (pre-1919) and Vintage (pre-1931) cars — as defined by Britain's Vintage Sports Car Club — have always been easy enough to categorize but, by the end of the 1960s, post- war motorcars of the better kind were coming of age. To call them simply "old cars" no longer seemed appropriate: whether beautiful, fast or technically pre-eminent, the post-1945 car had at its best all the gravitas of the pre-war machinery. Slowly, quietly, the "new Vintage" had arrived, filling the gap between Vintage and modern for a new generation of enthusiasts.
One-marque clubs for well-bred sporting marques such as Aston and Bentley had been around for years exalted makes felt the need to huddle together round a common banner, many new guilds and _ registers sprouted. Traditionalists had long with some historic complained that modern cars all "looked the same", but in the 70s there was a gut feeling that the motorcar had seen its best years as safety and pollution regulations made inroads into designers' freedom. Styling, particularly in Britain, seemed to be losing its way.


No wonder older cars began to look increasingly attractive. They were plentiful, cheap, easy to work on and still very usable on increasingly busy roads. Drive an old car and you made a statement about your individualism: you weren’t prepared to become just another faceless, sterile tin can on the bypass to oblivion or obsessed with keeping up with Joneses in the yearly new-model scrum. It all came together in 1973 when a UK magazine, Classic Cars, was launched.


The name “classic” stuck, a useful catch-all term for a sprawling, ill-defined genre that in just 20 years or so has blossomed from an eccentric pastime in to a multimillion-pound industry. Not much happened for about ten years, until about 1982-83 when the nature of hobby began to change dramatically. Slowly, under the noses of true enthusiasts, market forces took hold as it dawned on investors that really prime machinery could prove a fine hedge against inflation or an appreciating asset. Suddenly, the market hardened as Americans came to Europe seeking prime collectables.


At first, gilt-edged pre-war hardware — Bentley, Bugatti, etc. — set the pace in auction rooms but, by mid-decade, supercars of the 50s, 60s and 70s were hyped on their coat tails. Once affordable Ferraris, Astons and Jaguar XKs and E-Types became "investor" cars, commodities too expensive and precious to be driven (which was rather missing the point). As the auction houses pulled even bigger numbers, hype went into overdrive. Banks and finance companies offered loans to buy classics, The increasing ranks of classic-car magazines bulged with advertising. Enthusiast’s gentle hobby was turned an ugly brawl driven by greed. Many found themselves with cars that were worth more than their houses, machinery they were now too nervous to use. The boom couldn't last, fortunately. The recession hit in 1989 and demand quickly fell.

A hobby again
Today, the investors are long gone, the market is stable and the cars are where they should be —with enthusiasts. Though we are unlikely to see such madness again, rare and high-calibre thoroughbred cars - especially those with a racing pedigree or an interesting provenance – will always be in strong demand. Fashion still has its part to play in the lower echelons of the market, but those who bought Citroens and Jaguars have learnt about the dedication required to run an old car. Some went back to their moderns, others caught a lifelong bug.

TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS
In the beginning, cars were motorized horse carriage or, in the case of the three-wheeled Benz of 1889, relied heavily on cycle technology. Most cars were braked only by the rear wheel; steering, often by tiller, was slow and ponderous. A shoulder-high centre of gravity threatened to tip the car over. All this was containable at the 4 mph (6.4 kph) first allowed in Britain for motor vehicles and not too scary at the 14mph (22.5 kph) allowed by 1896, but as speeds rose, something had to be done. Makers who introduced each refinement created classics along the way.

Technology filters down
Excellence began with high-class cars such as the Rolls-Royce and Bentley. Steadily, the technology filtered down to such humble transport as the Austin Seven. By the start of the Second World War, bodies were generally made of steel, sat on a separate chassis, and there were brakes all round. Jaguar brought disc brakes to the world's notice at Le Mans in 1953; five years later they appeared on Jaguar's road cars and soon every maker used them.


Refinement follows

Four-wheel drive, with antilock brakes, was pioneered by Ferguson Formula. It first appeared in a passenger car on the Jensen FF of 1966, along with Dunlop Maxaret anti-lock brakes derived from aircraft technology. It was expensive and complex — only 320 were built.


Overhead camshafts allow more direct operation of valves and a better combustion-chamber shape. They were used on specialist racing cars such as the Alfa Romeo and Bugatti from the 20s onwards and were introduced to the mainstream in the straight-six XK engine in the 120 of 1948. Soon, makers realized they could run double overhead camshafts and multivalent layouts.
Self-leveling was a standard feature of the futuristic DS launched in 1955 by Citroen. Even the cheaper 2CV had a modicum of leveling, because front and rear suspension was interconnected by springs. The British Motor Corporation (BMC) 1100 and 1800 of the 60s - and Minis of the period - are interconnected hydraulically. Self-leveling was used at the tail end of the Range Rover from its launch in 1970.


Front-wheel drive, used by BSA, Cord and Citroen since the 30s, did not hit the mainstream until the Mini appeared in 1959. While scorned by purists, this layout makes for safe, predictable handling and better packaging — more interior room for a given size — than rear-driven counterparts.


All the while, chassis improvements and tyre technology shadowed each other: Citroen's Traction-avant was the first car to use radial tyres, the narrow and distinctively treaded Michelin X.


America thinks big

In America, spacious cars with powerful, six-and eight-cylinder engines were common, even before the war. Makers loaded cars with every device to take the work out of driving: automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, self-dipping headlamps. Engines, generally under stressed by large capacity, showcased maintenance-free features such as hydraulic tappets (initially used for quietness).

 


MILESTONE MODELS

The following are technically important cars that made history from the 1930s to the 1970s, and had a lasting impact on the industry.

Citroen Traction Avant
Front-wheel drive and monocoque construction - in 1934! All this and unrivalled ride and handling from low centre of gravity and all-independent-torsion bar suspension came from the fertile mind of Andre Citroen.

Fiat 500
Dante Giacosa's master-stroke, the Italian car for the masses, was the Topolino. It was a full-sized car scaled down, with a tiny four-cylinder engine but all-steel unitary construction and independent suspension. (John Cooper plundered this for rear-engined racers.)

Citroen DS/SM
When launched to a stunned public in 1955, the DS looked like a spaceship. Its incredible other-worldly body style by Flaminio Bertoni used easily-removable outer panels; it had a glass-fibre roof and tail-lamps like rockets. A pressurised, self-levelling gas and oil system replaced suspension springs, and also pwered the brakes, steering, clutch and even gear change. Its complexity scared off many buyers.

Mini
Alee Issigonis's revolutionary Mini of 1959 set the convention for every small car since and is a strong candidate for the most significant car of the 20th century. By mounting the engine transversely and making it drive the front wheels (not a first: Alvis, sundry American companies and Fiat had tried it before), Issigonis fitted space for four adults into a package 10ft (3m) long.


To keep the driveline package very short, the gearbox sat under the engine, in the sump. The use of a 10 in (25.5cm) wheel at each corner not only minimized the encroachment of wheel-arch space into the passenger compartment but, together with the direct rack-and-pinion steering and firm, rubber suspension, took handling to new standards of "chuckability". The Mini is still made to the same familiar specifications, although big changes are predicted for the model in the new millenium.


The Mini has competed since it first appeared; most notable performances were ace Paddy Hopkirk's wins in Alpine rallies in the 60s, his finest moment being victory in the 1965 Monte Carlo Rally. Minis still hold their own in historic rallying in the 90s.


Jaguar E-type

With its gorgeous, curvy, phallic shape derived from Malcolm Sayers's Le Mans-winning D-Type racer, combined with a 3.8-litre version of the classic XK engine, this is the car that epitomized the racy end of the Swinging 60s. It was fantastic value at its 1961 launch price equivalent of only four Minis — and early versions really would come near the alleged top speed of 150mph (241kph). Forget the crunchy gearbox and unpredictable brakes, this is one of the world's most desirable cars.

Datsun 240Z
The Japanese had really arrived in 1969 with this "Big Healey" beater. Its classic fastback shape has never been bettered by Japan, and the strong, 2.4-litre straight-six engine made all the right noises. Good handling came from its all-independent strut suspension and super performance from its relatively light weight. Later cars - the 260 and 280Z — became heavier and softer. As is so often the case, first is purest. This is Japan's first classic and the world's best-selling sportscar.

 

LEADING ENGINEERS

These are some of the most innovative and imaginative engineers from the world motor industry.

Andre Citroen
A true innovator, Citroen followed his direction to produce cars that led the world for refinement and technical innovation. His engineering tour de force, the Traction-avant of 1934, was followed up by his utilitarian, masterstroke, the 2CV of 1948.


Ferdinand Porche

Porsche designed the world's best-selling car, the VW Beetle which became the basis for the Porsche 356 designed by his son Ferry, forerunner of the immortal 911.

Alec Issigonis
Issigonis's masterstroke was the Mini, a brilliant piece of packaging whose layout – transverse engine, front-wheel drive and an independently-sprung wheel at each corner – has been copied for every other small car in the world. But people forget he was also responsible for the Morris Minor, the best-handling and most modern car of its generation.


Antonio Fessia
Engineering supremo behind the classic Lancia Fulvia - and its bigger siblings the Flavia and Flaminia — Professor Antonio Fessia joined Fiat in 1925. By 1936, at only 35, he was director of the central technical office. Under him, Dante Giacosa designed the Topolino. A demanding, sometimes difficult boss, Fessia approached design scientifically. His 1960 Lancia Flavia, harking back to the 47 Cemsa Caproni, was the first Italian car with front-wheel drive. He followed up with the smaller V-four Fulvia which shared many components. He stayed with Lancia until his death in 1968.

William Lyons
Lyons was responsible for the beautiful styling of his Jaguars, from SS through MkII to XJ6 – all classics. Another achievement was to keep prices low without sacrificing quality - Lyons's Jaguars were always superb value. An autocratic boss, he started Swallow Sidecars in the mid-1920s, at first building sidecars, then fitting more luxurious bodywork to Austin Sevens. The first SS Jaguars, brilliantly styled saloons and a beautiful SS100 sport scar appeared in the mid-1930s, all-time styling greats from Lyon's fertile pen. After the Second World War, his company became Jaguar.


Colin Chapman
A truly gifted structural engineer whose radical designs changed the face of racing - the road-car operation was intended only to shore up the racing effort. His first self-built car and the legendary Lotus Seven hit the road in 1953 and 1957 respectively. Chapman's weight-paring efforts, all for agility and speed, sometimes earned criticism for risking driver safety. He was devastated by the death of his star driver and friend Jim dark in 1968.

Dante Giacosa
Dante Giacosa studied mechanical engineering at Turin Polytechnic and joined Fiat in 1928. From 1933 he was involved in the design of a small car. He put his water-cooled Topolino against an air cooled design and won. More than four million Topolino's were made, taking their rightful place as one of the world's great small cars beside the Austin 7, the VW Beetle and the Mini.
Giacosa then created most archetypal small Italian cars, including the Fiat Nuova 500, 600, 127 and 128, and the masterpieces 8V and Cisitalia racer. He died in 1996.

 

MASS PRODUCTION
Henry Ford started it all with his Model T Ford. Production began in America in 1908 and later began in Britain. By 1913, Ford's plant at Old Trafford, Manchester, was making 8,000 cars a year by mass production while traditionalist Wolseley could manage only 3,000
Where English cars were largely produced by hand, with chassis parts being individually made, drilled, reamed and assembled. Ford invested in huge machine tools that would stamp out parts by the hundred, exactly the same every time, which did not need skilled labour to assemble.


The cost of these tools was huge, so selling the resulting cars cheaply in huge numbers was the answer. Where car bodies had traditionally been made by hand, all to slightly different specifications. Ford's T's were, with a few variations on the theme, all the same and had pressed and welded bodies, like today's cars. Spray painting saved hours over the traditional multicoat process with its laborious rubbing down by hand between coats.


Conveyor-belt cars

To achieve this huge production, Ford installed its first moving-track assembly operations in Detroit, Michigan, the world's largest car-manufacturing centre, and in Trafford Park, Manchester, England. Instead of men moving to the cars to complete their specialist operation, or pushing cars by hand from one assembly station to another, the cars came to the men for each additional operation to be completed, with components fed in from overhead conveyors. Each man would walk beside the chassis until his task was completed and repeat the exercise on the next chassis. By the end of the line, the car was complete. Ford's basic T two-seater, the runabout, was produced in 1913. A classic was born.


Gradually, all other makers followed, although luxury cars were still largely hand built, just as prestige classics always have been. Morgan still hand builds cars in the same way it has since the 1920s, rolling partially-completed cars from one station to another. Yet by 1927, Citroen was producing a car every 10 minutes.


Robots lend a hand

Even greater speed and productivity were achieved by the use of power tools, suspended from the ceiling so they could be manhandled more easily. The next step was to cut manpower. First, spray painting was robotized, then the welding of body shells. To show how production methods continue to progress, of cars made today the one needing the most labour-intensive welding on its bodyshell is the Mini, first seen in 1959.


It was through mass production that cars such as the MG were born. The first MG Midget of 1929 used simple components borrowed from the Morris saloon cars in a more sporty body, just as all MGs since have done, right up to the F of 1995. Thanks to mass production, classic sportscars were made available to the general buying public.

 

 

 

 

Classic Cars Model Based on Car Year and Car Manufacturer

A-C CARS C-F CARS G-P CARS P-Z CARS
AC Model Car YEAR
AC COBRA 289 & 427 1962-1968

AC ACE

1953-1963

ALFA ROMEO Model Car YEAR
ALFA ROMEO 164 1987-1997
ALFA ROMEO SZ/RZ 1989-1994
ALFA ROMEO SPIDER 1966-1993
ALFA ROMEO GT/ GTV 1974-1986
ALFA ROMEO SPIDER/ GTV 1944-
ALLARD Model Car YEAR
ALLARD J2/J2X 1946-1959
ALVIS Model Car YEAR
ALVIS TD/TE/TF 1958-1967
AM Model Car YEAR
AM GENERAL HUMMER 1997
AMC Model Car YEAR
AMC JAVELIN AMX 1971
AMC REBEL MACHINE 1970
ASTON MARTIN Model Car YEAR
ASTON MARTIN DB7 1994
ASTON MARTIN ZAGATO 1986-1990
ASTON MARTIN VIRAGE 1988-
ASTON MARTIN V8 1969-1990
ASTON MARTIN DB5 1963-1965
ASTON MARTIN DB2, DB2/4,
DB2/4 MK II & DB MKIII
1950-1959
AUDI Model Car YEAR
AUDI QUATTRO 1980-1991
AUSTIN Model Car YEAR
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 1959-1967
AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE 1958-1961
AUSTIN A90 ATLANTIC 1948-1952
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL Model Car YEAR
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL / AZURE 1991
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL R 1952-1955
BMW Model Car YEAR
BMW Z3 1995-
BMW M3 1986-1991
BMW Z1 1988-1991
BMW 6 SERIES 1976-1989
BMW M1 1978-1981
BMW 3.0 CSL 1971-1975
BMW 2002 TURBO 1972-1973
BMW 507 1955-1959
BOYD SMOOTHSTER Model Car YEAR
BOYD SMOOTHSTER 1995
BRISTOL Model Car YEAR
BRISTOL V8s 407-411 1970-1976
BRISTOL 412 TO BLENHEIM 1975-
BRISTOL 401 1949-1953
BUGATTI Model Car YEAR
BUGATTI EB110 1991-1995
BUICK Model Car YEAR
BUICK GNX 1987
BUICK T-TYPE 1987
BUICK RIVIERA GRAN SPORT 1971
BUICK GSX 1970
BUICK GS 400 STAGE 1 1969
BUICK RIVIERA 1969
BUICK LIMITED 1958
BUICK SKYLARK 1954
BUICK ROADMASTER 1949
CADILLAC Model Car YEAR
CADILLAC CATERA 1998
CADILLAC STS 1998
CADILLAC ALLANTE 1993
CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ 1959
CADILLAC SERIES 62 1959
CADILLAC ELDORADO
BROUGHAM
1957
CADILLAC ELDORADO 1953
CALLAWAY Model Car YEAR
CALLAWAY CAMARO C8 1994
CALLAWAY SPEEDSTER 1991
CATERHAM Model Car YEAR
CATERHAM 21 1996
CATERHAM 7 1973
CHECKER Model Car YEAR
CHECKER A11 1980
CHEVROLET Model Car YEAR
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS 1998
CHEVROLET CORVETTE C5 1998
CHEVROLET CORVETTE HARDTOP 1998
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS 1996
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1996
CHEVROLET CORVETTE GS 1996
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1984-1996
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1995
CHEVROLET CORVETTE MODIFIED 1994
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 1993
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1992
CHEVROLET CAPRICE MODIFIED 1992
CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 1991
CHEVROLET 454SS 1991
CHEVY MC SS AEROCOUPE 1987
CHEVROLET S10 PICK-UP 1984
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1982
CHEVROLET CAMARO 1970-1981
CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 1979
CHEVROLET CAMARO MODIFIED 1978
CHEVROLET CORVETTE PACE 1978
CHEVROLET C10 1974
CHEVROLET NOVA SS 1973
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS 1971
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO SS454 1970
CHEVROLET CAMARO 1970-1981
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS396 1970

CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO

1970
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS454 1970
CHEVROLET BLAZER 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO PACE 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 1969
CHEVROLET CORVAIR 1959-1969
CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY 1969
CHEVROLET YENKO CHEVELLE 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO PRO STREET 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 RACER 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS 1968
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE PRO STREET 1968
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS427 1968
CORVETTE STING RAY 427 1967
CHEVY CORVETTE STING RAY 1963-1967
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS396 1966
CHEVROLET II SS MODIFIED 1966
CHEVROLET II SS 1966
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 1966
CHEVROLET CORVAIR 1966
CORVETTE BP RACER 1965
CHEVROLET CORVETTE STING RAY 1963
CHEVROLET BEL AIR 409 1962
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS 1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1961
CHEVROLET CORVETTE MODIFIED 1959
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO 1959
CHEVROLET IMPALA 1959
CHEVROLET IMPALA 1958
CHEVROLET IMPALA MODIFIED 1958
CHEVROLET 3100 STEPSIDE 1957
CHEVROLET BEL AIR MODIFIED 1957
CHEVROLET BEL AIR 1957
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1957
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1957
CHEVROLET NOMAD 1956
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1954
CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY 1952
CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER 1948
CHEVROLET COUPE 1940
CHEVROLET COUPE 1938
CHEVROLET INDEPENDENCE 1931
 
CHRYSLER Model Car YEAR
CHRYSLER 300M 1999
CHRYSLER SEBRING 1998
CHRYSLER TURBINE 1963
CHRYSLER 300G 1961
CHRYSLER 300C 1957
CHRYSLER C-300 1955
CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY 1946
CHRYSLER AIRFLOW 1934
CISITALIA Model Car YEAR
CISITALIA 202 1948-1952
CITROEN Model Car YEAR
CITROEN CX 1974-1991
CITROEN DS 1955-1975
CITROEN SM 1970-1975
CITROEN LIGHT 15 1934-1955
CONTINENTAL Model Car YEAR
CONTINENTAL MARK II 1956
CORD Model Car YEAR
CORD L-29 1930
DESOTO Model Car YEAR
DESOTO PACESETTER 1956
DESOTO FIREFLITE 1955
DODGE Model Car YEAR
DODGE VIPER GTS 1998
DODGE VIPER GTS-R 1997
DODGE RAM 1995
DODGE VIPER 1992
DODGE STEALTH R/T TURBO 1992
DODGE SPIRIT R/T 1991
DODGE LI'L RED EXPRESS 1979
DODGE CHARGER R/T 1971
DODGE CHALLENGER R/T SE 1970
DODGE CHALLENGER T/A 1970
DODGE CORONET R/T 1970
DODGE DART GTS 1969
DODGE CHARGER 500 1969
DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA 1969
DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA 2 1969
DODGE SUPER BEE 1969
DODGE CHARGER MODIFIED 1968
DODGE HURST HEMI DART 1968
DODGE CHARGER MODIFIED 1966
DODGE CHARGER 1966
DODGE A 100 1965
DUESENBERG Model Car YEAR
DUESENBERG SJ 1932
DUESENBERG MODEL J 1928
EDSEL Model Car YEAR
EDSEL BERMUDA 1958
EDSEL CITATION 1958
FACEL VEGA Model Car YEAR
FACEL VEGA FACEL II 1962-1964
FERRARI Model Car YEAR
FERRARI F50 1995-1997
FERRARI 550 MARANELLO 1996
FERRARI TESTAROSSA 1984-1996
FERRARI F40 1988-1992
FERRARI 308 GTB / 328 GTB 1975-1989
FERRARI 348 / F355 1989
FERRARI BERLINETTA BOXER 1973-1984
FERRARI DAYTONA 1968-1973
FERRARI DINO 206/246 1968-1973
FERRARI 275 GTB 1964-1968
FIAT Model Car YEAR
FIAT BARCHETTA 1995-
FIAT COUPE 1993-
FIAT X I /9 1972-1989
FIAT 124 SPIDER 1966-1985
FIAT 130 COUPE 1971-1977
FIAT 500 1957-1977
FIAT 850 COUPE 1965
FORD Model Car YEAR
FORD F-350 SUPER DUTY 1999
FORD MUSTANG GT 1998
FORD TAURUS SHO 1998
FORD MUSTANG COBRA R 1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA 1993
FORD MUSTANG 5.0 LX 1992
FORD SIERRA RS COSWORTH 1986-1992
FORD THUNDERBIRD SC 1990
FORD MUSTANG GT 1987
FORD T-BIRD TURBO COUPE 1987
FORD CAPRI 1969-1986
FORD RS200 1984-1986
FORD MUSTANG SVO 1984
FORD ESCORT RS 1968-1980
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 1973
FORD GRAND TORINO SPORT 1972
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 351 1971
FORD TORINO COBRA 1970
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 1969
FORD TORINO TALLADEGA 1969
FORD MUSTANG GT/CS 1968
FORD GALAXIE 500 1968
FORD FAIRLANE 427 1967
FORD GT40 1967
FORD MUSTANG 1966
FORD GALAXIE 500 7-LITRE 1966
FORD MUSTANG GT 1965
FORD FALCON RANCHERO 1965
FORD FAIRLANE THUNDERBOLT 1964
FORD FALCON GT RACER 1963
FORD FALCON RACER 1963
FORD GALAXIE 500XL 1963
FORD CONSUL/ ZEPHYR/ ZODIAC MK I/II 1950-1962
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1962
FORD GALAXIE STARLINER 1961
FORD GALAXIE SUNLINER 1961
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1960
FORD FAIRLANE SKYLINER 1959
FORD FAIRLANE MODIFIED 1958
FORD FAIRLANE 1957
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1957
FORD THUNDERBIRD PHASE I/II 1957
FORD F-100 1956
FORD FAIRLANE CROWN VICTORIA 1956
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1955
FORD COURIER CUSTOM DELIVERY 1955
FORD CRESTLINE SUNLINER 1952
FORD CUSTOM TUDOR 1950
FORD WOODY 1950
FORD F1 1948
FORD COUPE 1940
FORD DELUXE V8 1939
FORD ROADSTER 1936
FORD MODEL 830 PICK-UP 1935
FORD COUPE 1934
FORD MODEL 81 A 1938
FORD HI-BOY ROADSTER 1932
FORD MODEL 18 COUPE 1932
FORD ROADSTER 1932
FORD MODEL A PICK-UP 1929
FORD MODEL A 1928
FORD MODEL T 1918

 

GMC Model Car YEAR
GMC TYPHOON 1992
GMC SYCLONE 1991
GMC FC-101 STEPSIDE 1951
GORDON KEEBLE Model Car YEAR
GORDON KEEBLE 1964-1966
GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD YEAR
GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD 1941
GREER-BLACK-PRUDHOMME RAIL YEAR
GREER-BLACK-PRUDHOMME RAIL 1962
HONDA Model Car YEAR
HONDA NSX 1990-
HONDA S800 1965-1979
HUDSON Model Car YEAR
HUDSON HORNET 1952
HUDSON SUPER SIX 1949
HUDSON TERRAPLANE 1936
IMPERIAL CROWN CAR YEAR
IMPERIAL CROWN CAR 1961
ISO Model Car YEAR
ISO GRIFO 1963-1974
JAGUAR Model Car YEAR
JAGUAR XJS 1975-1996
JAGUAR XK8 1996-
JAGUAR XJ220 1991-1994
JAGUAR XJ6 1968-1987
JAGUAR E-TYPE 1961-1975
JAGUAR MK X 1961-1970
JAGUAR MK II 1959-1969
JAGUAR XK 120/ 140/ 150 1948-1961
JEEP Model Car YEAR
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 1998
JEEP WRANGLER 1998
JEEP CJ-7 1977
JENSEN Model Car YEAR
JENSEN INTERCEPTOR & FF 1966-1971
JENSEN 541R 1957-1960
LAGONDA Model Car YEAR
LAGONDA 1976-1990
LAMBORGHINI Model Car YEAR
LAMBORGHINI LM002 1985-1993
LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH 1974-1991
LAMBORGHINI DIABLO 1990-
LAMBORGHINI ESPADA 1968-1978
LAMBORGHINI MIURA 1966-1972
LAMBORGHINI 350GT 1964-1968
LANCIA Model Car YEAR
LANCIA STRATOS 1973-1975
LANCIA FULVIA 1.6 HF 1968-1969
LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT 1950-1958
LINCOLN Model Car YEAR
LINCOLN TOWN CAR CARTIER 1999
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 1998
LINCOLN MK VIII 1995
LINCOLN MK VII LSC 1990
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK V 1978
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL COUPE 1975
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK III 1969
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 1961
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK IV 1959
LINCOLN CAPRI 1954
LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1939
LOTUS Model Car YEAR
LOTUS ELAN 1989-1994
LOTUS 7 1957-1970
LOTUS ELITE 1959-1963
   
   
MASERATI Model Car YEAR
MASERATI BORA AND MERAK 1971-1980
MASERATI GHIBLI 1967-1973
MASERATI KHAMSIN 1972
   
MAZDA Model Car YEAR
   
   
   
MERCEDES-BENZ Model Car YEAR
MERCEDES-BENZ 600 1963-1981
MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE 3.5 COUPE 1969-1971
MERCEDES-BENZ 230/ 250/ 280SL 1963-1971
MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL 1954-1963
   
   
MERCURY Model Car YEAR
MERCURY COUGAR 1999
MERCURY CAPRI 5.OL 1986
MERCURY COUGAR ELIMINATOR 1970
MERCURY CYCLONE SPOILER 1970
MERCURY COUGAR GT-E 1968
MERCURY COMET CYCLONE 1965
MERCURY MONTCLAIR 1955
MERCURY LEAD SLED 1949
MERCURY SPORTSMAN 1946
MG Model Car YEAR
MGB 1962-1980
MGA 1955-1962
MG TC/ TD /TF 1945-1955
MINI Model Car YEAR
MINI 1959-
MORGAN Model Car YEAR
MORGAN PLUS 8 1968-
MORGAN 4/4 1955-
MORRIS Model Car YEAR
MORRIS MINOR 1948-1971
NASH Model Car YEAR
NASH METROPOLITAN 1957
NASH HEALEY 1951
NSU Model Car YEAR
NSU Ro80 1967-1977
OLDS Model Car YEAR
OLDS CUTLASS RALLYE 350 1970
OLDS 88 HOLIDAY COUPE 1956
OLDSMOBILE Model Car YEAR
OLDSMOBILE HURST OLDS 1983
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 W-30 1972
OLDSMOBILE HURST/OLDS 1972
OLDSMOBILE VISTA CRUISER 1972
OLDSMOBILE TORONADO 1965-1970
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 MODIFIED 1968
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 W-30 1966
OLDSMOBILE TORNADO 1966
OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE 1961
OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 1960
PACKARD Model Car YEAR
PACKARD 6/110 1940
PANHARD Model Car YEAR
PANHARD 24CT 1963-1967
PANOZ Model Car YEAR
PANOZ ROADSTER 1997
PEGASO Model Car YEAR
PEGASO Z102 AND Z103 1951-1958

 

PLYMOUTH Model Car YEAR
PLYMOUTH PROWLER 1997
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1973
PLYMOUTH 'CUDA 383 1971
PLYMOUTH DUSTER 340 1971
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1971
PLYMOUTH HEMI 'CUDA 1970
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1970
PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 1970
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1968
PLYMOUTH GTX 426 HEMI 1967
PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 1967
PLYMOUTH SAVOY 426 1963
PLYMOUTH FURY 1958
PLYMOUTH FURY MODIFIED 1957
PONTIAC Model Car YEAR
PONTIAC FIREBIRD FIREHAWK 1999
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GTP 1999
PONTIAC FIREBIRD GTA 1991
PONTIAC TURBO TRANS AM 1989
PONTIAC FIERO FORMULA 1988
PONTIAC FIREBIRD TURBO T/A 1980
PONTIAC TRANS AM ANNIVERSARY 1979
PONTIAC TRANS AM 1978
PONTIAC CAN AM 1977
PONTIAC GRAND VILLE 1974
PONTIAC TRANS AM SD455 1974
PONTIAC FORMULA 400 1973
PONTIAC GP HURST SSJ 1972
PONTIAC GTO JUDGE 1971
PONTIAC GTO JUDGE 1969
PONTIAC TRANS AM 1969
PONTIAC FIREBIRD H.O. 1968
PONTIAC GTO 1968
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 1967
PONTIAC GTO 1966
PONTIAC CATALINA 2+2 1965
PONTIAC GTO 1964
PONTIAC LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC TEMPEST LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC VENTURA 1961
PONTIAC-BONNEVILLE 1960
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 1959
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 1957
PONTIAC CHIEFTAN 1949
PONTIAC TORPEDO EIGHT 1941
ROUSH Model Car YEAR
ROUSH MUSTANG 1999
SALEEN Model Car YEAR
SALEEN-ALLEN RRR MUSTANG 1998
SALEEN EXPLORER 1998
SALEEN MUSTANG S351 1995
SALEEN MUSTANG SSC 1989
SHELBY Model Car YEAR
SHELBY DAKOTA 1989
SHELBY OMNI GLH-S 1986
SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 1969
SHELBY GT 350 1968
SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 1967
SHELBY MUSTANG GT350 1966
SHELBY/COOPER KING COBRA 1963
STUDEBAKER Model Car YEAR
STUDEBAKER GOLDEN HAWK 1956
STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 1951
STUTZ BEARCAT Model Car YEAR
STUTZ BEARCAT 1914
WATSON ROADSTER Model Car YEAR
WATSON ROADSTER 1960
WILLYS Model Car YEAR
WILLYS JEEP 1941
WILLYS COUPE 1940
WILLYS 65-KNIGHT 1925
ZIMMER Model Car YEAR
ZIMMER QUICKSILVER 1988

 

State
Colorado
Idaho
Louisiana
Mississippi
New Jersey
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Washington DC
Alabama
Connecticut
Illinois
Maine
Missouri
New Mexico
Oregon
Texas
West Virginia
Alaska
Delaware
Indiana
Maryland
Montana
New York
Pennsylvania
Utah
Wisconsin
Arizona
Florida
Iowa
Massachusetts
Nebraska
North Carolina
Rhode Island
Vermont
Wyoming
Arkansas
Georgia
Kansas
Michigan
Nevada
North Dakota
South Carolina
Virginia
California
Hawaii
Kentucky
Minnesota
New Hampshire
Ohio
South Dakota
Washington

ClassicCAR

CARS > USED CAR HISTORY > Classic


Copyright © AUTO LEMON - USED CAR HISTORY CHECK - Used Car History Report. All rights reserved. VIN Number - Vehicle History Report - Kelley Blue Book - Auto Insurance - Auto Warranty

TITLE: Classic Cars at Auto Lemon - Used Car History Check

Cars Directory: Classic Auto, Automobile, Automotive, Car, Cars, Classic, Classic Car, Used Cars, New Cars, Used Car, New Car

Site Description: Classic Used Car History reviews and guide on classic and older model cars. Including car designers from Italy and Germany. Learn history of cars from classic, exotic, used, new to prototype model cars.

Cars Topics: Classic, Classic Cars, Price, Prices, For Sale, Part, Restoration,
Classifieds, Classified ads, pictures, muscle car, picture, and photo , AutoCheck, KELLEY BLUE BOOK, USED CAR HISTORY, VIN number, VIN SEARCH, VIN Check