Everyone has an opinion on what makes cars unique classics. Some may think it’s the engine or the lines of the car. However others may think it’s the way the car handles, or the interior of the car. There isn’t a right or wrong answer. There’s only opinion. Here’s some unique classics that maybe you haven’t thought of.
1975 AMC Pacer X Levi’s Edition
This one began as car intended for mass production. However they made mistake in the design causing it to look out of place. So now it’s highly collectible. This classic offers denim seats with orange stitching and copper rivets. The interior resembles a pair of Levi Brand jeans. It sold from 1973 to 1978.
Ford Bronco (1966-1977)
The 1966 to the 1977 versions of the Bronco resemble a cross of a Jeep Wrangler combined with a pickup truck. Ford intended to create a sporty off-road SUV look. However it didn’t work out that way. The price begins around $14,000 and tops out at $30,000.
BMW Isetta 600 (1958-1962)
This is an ideal choice for those individuals that know their way around cars or have cash to spend on a restoration. You can purchase this car for under $20,000. So with some work you can raise the value to about $45,000. That’s a fairly good deal.
Ford Torino GT (1970-1971)
If you’re seeking a real classic, than this is the choice for you. The Torino is one of the sports cars from the seventies that Americans fell in love with. The price is between $11,000 and $16,000. It doesn’t get much better than that.
Volkswagon Samba (1951-1963)
Some people don’t realize that the Sambas equipped with 21 or 23 windows actually do exist outside photos. They’re extremely collectible and very popular. So if you willing to put in some work you can purchase one for around $15,000. In better condition, you’ll spend about $11,000 more.
Fiat Jolly (1959-1963)
This is truly retro-chic in comparison to those that you see today. This Fiat comes with resembles a golf cart and comes with wicker seats. The models that are in pristine condition sell for well above $70,000.
This is a classic that’s new to the market. The Elise made its debut in 2004. Enthusiasts continue to value it and the Exige (hardtop). They provide a unique look, top quality performance, and are just simply fun to drive. They range in price from as low as $20,000 to more than $70,000.
1971 AMC Hornet SC/360
Finally you’ll only find 784 of the AMC Hornet, the compact muscled version. The majority of collectors prefer the Rebel Machine, Javelins, the SC/Rambler, or the AMX’s. However the SC/360 is the most rare of all the AMC muscle cars.
So I hope you enjoyed reading about these unique classics. I know that I enjoyed writing about them.