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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.

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  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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How to Safely and Smartly Buy Classic Muscle Cars off Craigslist

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.
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Studebaker President Coupe 1955 images

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Car Hack: Transform Your Muscle Car’s Headlights from Dull to Sleek

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.

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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.

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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.


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