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Why Do People Still Love Classic Cars?

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by Crystal Tay


With technology improved remarkably since the debut and the burgeoning demand of classic cars, cars today are not only designed to be faster and safer but also cheaper, better handling and easier to purchase. Yet, all you car fanatics will be pleasantly surprised to learn that the old vintage classic cars are actually the prime alternative investment asset and are positively flourishing with about 192pc sold over the past 10 years.

So what is it that makes classic cars still so adored in this time of age?
 

1951 Singer Tourer A4. Available on Luxglove!


Classic cars are very much considered a work of art. They compete on a different level from the rest: Never about efficiency or speed but style, experience, exclusivity and craftsmanship. It is because of their inimitable customization and timeless character that makes them all the more appealing and desired. 

Back in the day, there were no computer programmes that could help to create lines like the ones we have now. Instead, car designers only used pencil and paper to create free flow of lines, shapes and colours that reflected the mood and trends of their era. This produced the unique and elegant forms that so naturally stood out from the sea of identical modern cars today.
 

Ferrari 599xx. Image Courtesy of My Car Heaven

1972 Ferrari Dino 246 GTS LHD. Available on Luxglove!


Appreciators of classic cars will know that history also plays a huge aspect to these classy motors; Some of which have won several races and competitions in their time, whilst others have helped to overcome personal challenges and fulfill dreams of their current as well as preceding owners, although mundane and less spectacular but equally indicative and significant. The soulful narratives behind these rare yet eclectic prototypes bestows a tinge of nostalgia, making it almost legendary to cruise around in them as they continue to power ahead through generations. 
 

LXG Classic Car Week 2017


In the words of James May, best known as a co-host of Top Gear, "if they were any good, they’d still be made today". Except, we beg to differ. 

Since classic cars are no longer in production, they are undoubtedly limited in supply and their accessibility is reduced. One will have to search far and wide for anyone who is willing to sell theirs and they certainly cannot be easily bought off the showroom floor. Thus, these cars are highly exclusive and valuable the older it gets. Classic car owners and collectors can also achieve a great sense of satisfaction from exhibiting their own vintage cars at exclusive classic rallies, historic racing, and classic car shows while their possessions inherently reflect their individual taste, personality and even wealth within the emerging culture.
 

LXG Classic Car Week 2017


With a deeper knowledge and rationale on the relevance of classic cars, you can now join in the fun and own one yourself understanding why they are still so hunted for! 

 


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