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Classic Cars: Short-Term Storage Tips to Keep Your Car Ready to Go

One of the most frustrating things for owners of classic cars is to walk out to a car that has been sitting in the garage for weeks and not be able to slide behind the wheel and drive off. Follow these simple tips and your classic car will be ready to enjoy when you are.

Classic Cars: Know Where to Look for Trouble Areas Before Buying

Every classic vehicle has its own trouble spot. Research the make and model you're interested in buying. Learn all you can to determine what the trouble spots are and how to spot them. There are a few trouble areas common to most classic cars, but there are many that are vehicle type specific.

Classic Cars: Don't Make These Auction Mistakes

If you're headed to bid on the car you've dreamed about for years, there are some very important bits of advice you would be wise to follow, both before and during the auction. This articles covers some simple mistakes to avoid in order to make your auction experience successful.

Five Collectible SUVs to Consider Before They Hit the Stratosphere

Along with vintage trucks, early versions of SUVs are becoming popular collectibles. Early SUVs are cool collectible versions of vintage trucks, and as their popularity grows, their values will escalate, too. We've compiled a list of a few of those SUVs that are popular, yet still affordable.

Five Classic Trucks to Buy While They're Still Affordable

We've put together a short list of what trucks might be expected be popular vintage trucks. This is just a list to get you started. If your heart longs to have a classic truck sitting in your garage, now might be the perfect time to act.

Cool Classics: 9 Classic Chevrolet Trucks Reach 6 Figures

Classic vintage Chevrolet pickup trucks are receiving growing interest among car enthusiasts. The most collectible muscle cars are numbers-matching survivors; the most sought-after vintage trucks are full custom builds.

1988 ROUSH

Given its close involvement with Ford's performance and racing programs since the late '70s, Roush Engineering seemed a logical choice in helping create that counter in the shape of a "super Mustang" under a specified "Performance Leader" program.

2005 GTX1

Through the SEMA Technology Initiative, Ford was able to collaborate with several of those companies to produce a low-volume niche vehicle. Ewing had the design, SEMA had the suppliers and soon, the GTX1 was born.

Lights! Cameras! Cars!

One thing that the crew at Volo Auto Museum understands is that context is everything. They have gone the extra mile to display each movie car with memorabilia and signage that brings the scene to life. The museum features actual movie props such as Tom Cruise's racing seat from Days Of Thunder.

One Of The Family

The buying experience is what makes Volo Auto Museum truly special. But the story doesn't stop there. Volo Auto Museum also consigns cars for outside sellers, in some cases for free if the car is exceptional.

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