Join In

    Comments (14)

    • There may be an argument for 2nd place between Italy and UK, but USA is 1st, no contest. US automakers used to be bold, and the cars used to be beautiful. Then 80s happened.

      Now everybody wants aggression and sporty looks. Why? I don't know. Does everybody cover themselves in prison tattoos and go everywhere in a sweatsuit, like it's 1992 in Russia? No. So why do all the cars need to be like that?

        2 years ago
    • USA 1st, Italy 2nd. The premium classic Ferraris of the 60's are my favorite classic cars of all-time, but the combination of quantity and quality coming from the states in the 60's and 70's is unparalleled.

        2 years ago
    • For quantity it has to be USA, but the old Jags are special.

        1 year ago
    • Murica!

        2 years ago
    • Interesting that you're showing a 'Vette with only one headlight up.

      It really does depend on how "classic" is defined. It has to be more than "it survived 25 years". A lot of mundane cars fall into that category.

        2 years ago
      • I had the photo taken in a classic car garage in Maryland. The garage owner just bought the car and was about to fix the headlight issue before selling it. :)

        Classic is a pretty difficult word for cars. I think people just throw it around...

        Read more
          2 years ago
      • The car is winking at us, saying β€œcome on, you know the best answer is the USA”

          2 years ago


    Post sponsored by

    What's less distracting?
    Tribecoin Creative Writing Competition Results
    Three cheap Casio digital retro watches that tick a lot of boxes.
    How would you spec your Lamborghini Huracan STO?