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.
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It's a very sweet old classic car!!
Flip the TV to a Mecum or Barret-Jackson auto auction these days, and you’ve got about a 50 percent chance of seeing a Corvette, Mustang, or Camaro crossing the block. That’s because baby boomers, now in their prime earning years – or comfortably enjoying the benefits of them – can afford the toys they grew up pining for.
Not every classic muscle car is a numbers-matching Fire Engine Red L88 ‘Vette though, and if you’re simply looking for a starter car to turn into a weekend project, it’s more likely you’ll spend your time on Craigslist than at an auction in Scottsdale or Kissimmee. So is it safe to trust what you see on Craigslist, given the site’s at-times-shady rep?
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The premier vehicle of the Studebaker line up for 1955 is the President. The coupe featured here is powered by a 259 CID V8 and the engine is coupled to a three speed transmission with overdrive.
Our thanks to Gateway Classic Cars for the images displayed here.
How do you keep your classic muscle car looking bright and sexy? Clean those grimy-looking headlight lenses with a classic staple found in your bathroom! Did you know that ordinary toothpaste is useful for more than just fresh breath and whitening your smile? It can also remove the oxidation on car headlights.
With just a little elbow grease, you can transform those classic muscle car headlights from dull to sleek when you:
1. Rinse your car's headlights with water.
2. Apply toothpaste to a cloth.
3. Scrub areas on the headlights that look like they're peeling. Use pressure and wipe in a circular motion for a few minutes.
4. Rinse the headlight with water to wash away toothpaste residue when finished.
A tube of toothpaste can cost as little as one dollar and you won't need much with each application. This inexpensive, simple car hack actually works to spruce up your headlights.