The Beauty of Classic Cars – Classic Cars

Classic cars have always occupied a special position in everyone’s heart. They are not only a show of class, but also a passion of some enthusiasts who like to collect and preserve them as treasures.They are commonly defined as built between the start of 1919 and the end of 1930 known as the “Vintage era”. There is a small lack of calibration about the start date of the vintage period-the end of World War I is very well defined marker there-but the end date is a matter of a little more debate. The English definition is strict about 1930 being the cut-off, and is widely accepted while some American sources prefer 1925 since it is the period as defined by the Classic Club of America. Rest see the classic times as overlapping the vintage times, especially since the vintage designation covers all vehicles produced in the period while the official classic definition does not, only including high-end vehicles of the period. A Classic is commonly defined as one built between the start of 1919.India saw its first of classic one in the year 1898 and within 12 years several thousand models poured in, which were driven by our Maharajas, Princes, Industrialists, and Philanthropists in the country. India does have a large number of classic, which use to belong to Rajas, Maharajas, and Nawabs. In order to maintain their charm and to popularize them, classic rallies are held in various cities in India from time to time drawing fairly large crowds. According to the experts, the total number of vintage ones available in India is close to 3,000 and valued at Rs 350 Crore. India’s vintage car collectors include Pranlal Bhogilal of Ahmedabad, Sharad Shanghi of Indore, and UB group chairman Vijay Mallya. Together these three classic owners own more than 350 vintage and classic inclusive of some rare models like the Rolls Royce Silver Ghost and Mercedes 540 K, each with a current price estimation of Rs 1 Crore