Classics: Rare limited productions cars from between 1927 – 48

Category: Weekend

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2 Responses to “Investing in million dollar classic cars”

  1. obi-wan kenobi says:

    Old men buying old cars – antiques buying antiques – a man fulfilling high school dreams of finally impressing that beautiful hot girl in the front row of his English class. No matter that the girl is herself now an antique.

  2. theexpertisin says:

    In my old neighborhood, a luxury car was one that didn’t stink and cranked up the first time. The only Caddies in Cicero, IL. were drive by politicians and the mob (the 1% of their day).

    I understand the fascination with owning one of the cars in the video, but they sure don’t bring back memories for me.