Classic Cars

The definition of a classic car varies depending on which part of the world you are in. According to the CCCA or Classic Car Club of America, for an automobile to be classified as classic, it has to be 30 to 49 years old. 50 to 99-year old cars, on the other hand, are under the pre-antique class, while automobiles that are at least 100 years old are classified as antique cars. Examples of classic, antique, and pre-antique cars that are featured in various car shows include the Ford T-Bucket, Chevrolet Bel-Air, Chevrolet Deuce Coupe, Dodge Charger, old Rolls-Royce models, and the Cadillac V16.