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  • Writer's pictureMichelle Chmielewski

The Best Classic Cars of All Time

What defines a classic car as "the best"? Anything from a sleek and stylish look to a killer driving experience. These 10 vintage cars are ones you'll want to keep an eye out for.

1. Chevy Camaro

What makes this car unique?

With a muscular, stylish appeal and a powerful engine that knows how to rumble, the '60s Chevy Camaro became a classic the instant it rolled off the assembly line.

2. Cadillac

What makes this car unique?

The '50s in automotive trends is easily encapsulated by the Cadillac. Huge and bulky with over-the-top styling is the perfect reminder of an idyllic era.

3. Bugatti Type 57

What makes this car unique?

Before World War II came to a head, the french maker enjoyed a considerable rise in fame for the Bugatti Type 57. Between 1934 and 1940, only 710 of these cars were produced.

4. Alfa Romeo Spider

What makes this car unique?

The Alfa Romeo Spider has continued to evolve throughout the years. But that doesn't distract from the beauty of the original concept, known as the Series 1 generation from the 1960s. You may have even caught a glimpse of this car in the movie The Graduate.

5. Hudson Hornet

What makes this car unique?

The Hudson Hornet is one of the lesser-known classic cars hailing from Detroit, the auto-manufacturing capital of the United States. Instantly recognizable by its large bath-tub body, this car plays a significant role in stock-car racing history.

7. Ford Thunderbird

What makes this car unique?

The original Ford Thunderbird was created in response to Chevy's Corvette. The stylish design hails back to the 1950s with sleek angles and vibrant colors.

8. DeLorean

What makes this car unique?

What's more unique than a car that time travels? Featured in Back to the Future, the DeLorean is known for its sleek, stainless steel body and futuristic gullwing doors.

9. Triumph Spitfire

What makes this car unique?

Produced between 1962 and 1980, the Triumph Spitfire is a classic British roadster. Not only is the Spitfire sleek, stylish and lightweight, it's also a blast to drive.

10. Lincoln Continental

What makes this car unique?

The 1950s was an era of gaudy boat-sized vehicles meant to catch eyes and congest road space. In the '60s, the Lincoln Continental offered a compromise with a sleeker and more stylish design that's subdued compared to it's predecessors.

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