15 Vintage Cars You’ll Wish You Could Drive Today
Print advertisements for cars back in the day used to look a lot different!
This modern classic hit the market in the 1950s. Its print ad said that it offered hydraulic steering and a new Hydra-Matic Super Drive engine. Check out some more vintage retro cars you’ll want to drive.
This new car had room for six and a low price tag. The print ad published in 1960 showed that you could squeeze six adults in there. (To get your vintage fix, check out these vintage Halloween photos.)
’67 Grand Prix
The brand new Grand Prix took the top off to make a luxurious convertible. Learn what really happens to cars that never get sold.
’63 Mercury Comet
This model was one of Ford’s first convertibles. It offered adjustable brakes and an optional stick shift. If you prefer trucks over convertibles, you’ll want to see these 10 vintage trucks that never went out of style.
’68 Cutlass S
This new car was being advertised to make you look young. Check out the most retro hotels in America.
’66 Dodge Polara
This car gave you more “go, show, and spice” for the same price as smaller models. These vintage Christmas photos will fill you with nostalgia!
This Buick hit the market in 1964 and offered a “posh and peaceful” interior.
Mercury Cyclone ’67
This new car was advertised as “the Man’s Car.”
Monte Carlo Landau
Chevrolet built this elegantly sculpted automobile in 1970 with the intention of turning heads.
This car was almost 18 feet long!
The Swept-Wing by Dodge offered a more “cooped-up” look.
When this shiny red convertible hit the market in 1966, it was advertised as being “slim and trim” and “neat and nifty.” These vintage kitchen items might be worth more than you think.
Monterey S-55, 1962
That’s a lot of red.
’60 De Soto
You didn’t have to be rich to buy this car, but the advertisement sure made it seem nice.
This shiny gold car by Cadillac came out in 1968. Next, check out the wackiest cars that have ever been built.