Some of the Top Classic Cars for 2019:
When looking for a good classic car to buy, there are some important criteria that should be considered. The current state of the car should be investigated to determine how much work it will take to restore it. The price of the car should be weighed against the amount that it will sell for once it is restored. Above all, you should consider how much you love the car and how much you will enjoy driving it around once it is restored.
- 1980-1986 FORD BRONCO: Ford Broncos are one of the most fun SUVs available and they are extremely practical, as far as two-door SUVs go. With a new Bronco coming to the streets in 2020, interest in the classic versions of these vehicles is rising.
- 1994-1996 BUICK ROADMASTER ESTATE WAGON: The Roadmaster Estate Wagon is a throwback to the classic era of woody wagons but with all of the trimmings of a luxury drive, including DynaRide suspension, leather sofa seating, and surprisingly smooth handling and driving capabilities.
- 1996 CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT: The Corvette of the 1990s is one of the most easily recognized cars in the world due to its sleek, iconic shape. The Grand Sport should be kept original for its low rumble and stellar acceleration.
- 1972-1975 BMW 3.0CSL: The BMW CSL series has been driven up in value in North America by scarcity. Only 1265 3.0CSLs were made, and none of them were officially imported to America, so this car is exceptionally rare.
- 1983-1989 LAND ROVER DEFENDER: For the off-road or adventure enthusiast, Land Rovers are iconic. Production of the Defender ceased in 2016, making this line a desirable addition to many collections. The Defender of the 1980s features the classic, boxy look that so many people know and love.