6 Classic Cars You’d Definitely Want in Your Garage!

Sometimes cars give you more pleasure than your girlfriend can ever give. Cars are classy, cars are awesome, and when it is about vintage cars, boy! They are damn stylish! To all the girls reading this, below mentioned beauties are the reason why it is said that men love cars more than girls. Just check out some of the most craved classic cars of all time:

Bugatti T35B 


This vintage car is one of the finest makes Bugatti has ever produced. This is one of the few cars to be maintained well, unlike its other counterparts, which underwent poor treatment and maintenance.

Mercedes 300 SLR ‘722’ 

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User:LSDSL [Attribution or CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Another vintage beauty with stunning looks and incredible features.It got fame because it was driven by Sir Stirling Moss at the 1955 Mille Miglia. This racing beauty reached a great speed of 98 mph in the 992-mile circuit. Go for a reliable IP Address Management Software to manage your server well.

Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe CSX2287

Manufactured in 1964, only 6 such cars were produced by the car company. CSX2287 was the first of them. This wonderful racetrack dolly remained hidden for 30 years in a Californian storage from 1971 to 2001.

Bentley Speed Six ‘Blue Train’


This wonder from Bentley was one of the most loved cars in the pre-war era, and is still one of the few vintage cars to really attract car lovers from around the world. It was named ‘Blue train’ because it had beaten the famous Train blue on the way to Calais, being driven by Woolf Barnato.

Bugatti T57SC Atlantic


There were only 3 Atlantics ever produced by Bugatti. Jean Bugatti produced this car by using mostly lightweight materials. This eventually turned out to be the last car produced by him as he died in 1939.

Aston Martin DBR1/2 

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By Clément Bucco-Lechat (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

This was one of the few such cars to enjoy huge stardom, as it was used in a James Bond movie, and also owned by the British industrialist David Brown. It was produced in 1957.




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