Hello everyone I was just wondering how old a car has to be these days to have classic status and what if any perks come with owning a car that's a classic apart from the obvious
August 14, 2011, 3:27 am
usually 25+ years, benefits can include no RFL to buy and if you don't do a lot of miles per year look for specialised insurance. Downside is often reliability issues and cost of up-keep. And remember when buying if it looks like a shed it is a shed - that will cost you a lot more money than a 'newer' car.