Vintage Automobiles

A Vintage or Collectible automobile is (in the most general sense) an old automobile and (in the narrower senses of car enthusiasts and collectors) a car from the period of 1919 to 1930s. Such enthusiasts have categorization schemes for ages of cars and two wheelers, enforcing distinction between antique cars, vintage cars, classic cars, and so on. The classification criteria vary but consensus within any country is often maintained by major car clubs. Collectible cars have always been a great investment; thereby a lot of people feel comfortable about investing in these cars rather than leaving it in banks to stagnate.

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  1. Mercedes-Benz W120Mercedes-Benz W120

    Mercedes-Benz W120



    The history of Mercedez dates back to 1901 when their first car went on sale. With its headquarters in Germany, the brand is known for its luxury vehicles with world class experience. The company's rich history, the 3-pointed star and the values associated with it all add to the value of this vintage collectible.

    Introduced in 1956, the Mercedez Benz W120 was powered by a 1.9 Litre M121 engine. In 1958-59, the car was improved and sold as 190D with just 20,629 models produced within 1 year. The car is a premium 4 door sedan with an FR layout. At the 1959 Frankfurt Motor Show, in time for the 1960 US model year, a slightly wider grille and slimmer taillights were introduced.[4] The same wider grille was carried forward to the car's in other respects more flamboyantly styled successors when the Pontons were replaced by the W110 "Fintail" models during 1961.

    Price on request

  2. Morris Eight Series E

    Morris Eight Series E


    The Morris Eight was a small family car produced by Morris Motors from 1935 to 1948. It was inspired by the sales popularity of the similarly shaped Ford Model Y. The success of the car enabled Morris to regain its position as Britain's largest motor manufacturer. Announced in October 1938, the Morris Eight Series E brought a major restyle to this segment with a "waterfall" like grill. Even during the war, the production of the car continued for the military, essential civilian use and some export. The popularity of this car, the era it belonged to and its beauty all add to its value as a Collectible.

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