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These Are The Most Popular Classic Cars On Instagram

If you've ever wondered which classic models stand out on social media in terms of popularity, these graphs will give you a pretty good idea as far as Instagram is concerned.
This study was put together by Autonation, which examined over 198,000 Instagram posts, looking for the hashtags #ClassicCar and #CarShow in order to identify which models got the most mentions.

Full article: https://goo.gl/IwEWWK


42 thoughts on “These Are The Most Popular Classic Cars On Instagram”


  1. If only you would show the
    original “Eleanor”.
    You know, from the original
    H.B. HALICHI film.
    Not the remake with Nickolas Cage.

  2. Mustangs stand out on social media because of all the videos of them crashing on their way out of shows.

  3. Sad people only like one brand their all great classics and yes were is the Mopar’

    1. They were at the shop getting a “barefoot” gas pedal installed when this poll was taken.
      “My Hemi!”

    2. They were at the shop getting a “barefoot” gas pedal installed when this poll was taken.
      “My Hemi!”

  4. The vette and slomaro combined don’t add up to the Stang !! Ford – there is no substitute !!! :)

  5. Its all the tow truck drivers as they tow more mustangs then anything else…lmao

  6. Must be younger generation because there’s no Mopars and Chevelle should be higher they hold there money better than Vets

  7. I’m a die hard Ford man an I know this is bullshit Chevelle’s have always been on top hard to believe it’s only 5 percent


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Oldsmobile Coupe 1948 images

Oldsmobile is the first American company to offer a fully automatic (the hydramatic) transmission with four forward gears in 1940. Beginning in 1941 the Oldsmobile company used a two digit numbering system as a model designation. The first number would reveal the body type, while the second digit was the engine size. The first digit would be a number between 6 and 9, with the second digit being a 6 or an 8 which designates the number of cylinders, thusly, all Olds models are numbered between "66"and "98" from 1941 through to the mid 1960's. There were no new Oldsmobile automobiles produced from 1942 until after the end of WWII.

Our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images here.

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The yearly auction season starts earlier than ever now. For many attendees on the weekend following the start of the new year, the warmth of central Florida was an added reason for heading to Mecum’s Kissimmee car extravaganza. Held in the Silver Spur Arena inside Osceola Heritage Park, this year found over 3,000 cars offered over 10 days. While there are hundreds of possibilities from prewar classics to European supercars, what Dana and Frank Mecum have been best-known for is raw American muscle. For 2017, they pulled out all the stops with two great collections of vintage racecars, plus added highlights from prestigious noted accumulations nationwide. These are displayed throughout buildings, tents and in Mecum’s exclusive ‘glass house,’ where some of the most desirable cars could be viewed.

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