The definition of a classic car varies around the world. The Classic Car Club of America defines a classic car as an older model car, between 30 and 49 years of age; while cars 50 to 99 years fall into a pre-antique class; with 100 year old cars falling into an antique class of cars. The car can be either American or foreign-built, with other factors such as engine displacement, power clutches and power brakes helping to define a car as a classic model.
There are several makes and models of cars now considered classic, designed by a variety of designers and design teams, and manufactured by a number of manufacturers. The question, worded as is, is much too vague for a good answer to be given.
30 years and up
While a 74 Monte might be considered a "classic", such a car is not considered collectible and likely never will be.
NO, in order for a car to be considered a classic it must be at least 25 years old.
One of Toyota's vehicles was actually named the Toyota Classic. The Toyota Classic was produced in 1996 in limited numbers and was similar to the Toyota AA.
On the average, though, for a car to be considered a "Classic Car" it must be at least 25 years old, and 50 years old for it to be considered an "Antique Car".
Because the Chevy truck built since 1947 and also the first car that used in racing sport. All the owner of these classic car know the history about the sacrifice of the creator of these classic car.
New models at Lamborghini dealerships, older models at auctions and classic car / collector traders magazines/sites like dupont registery.
There are many models include: Nokia 1680 classic, Nokia 2600 classic, Nokia 2700 classic, Nokia 2730 classic and many others. There are also business classic models like Nokia 6120, Nokia 6121.
Generally 25 year old cars are considered classic. The date will then vary each year.
A blend of Land Rover models, between the Range Rover and the Classic.
yes, 25 yrs. in Ohio is considered a classic vehicle, 30 yrs. is an antique.