I love history in general. I know nothing about cars, but it doesn't stop me from admiring a perfect restoration or even a work in progress. It takes time, knowledge and passion to rebuild a classic car.
No. I did have a couple of vintage Rolls Royces on my wedding day though, but that was more fir elegance factor. I much prefer a vintage car on my wedding day than those stretch Hummers. They are so ugly those cars.
I absolutely love the oldies, the antiques and the veteran vehicles, a few newbies but only as one day they will be old too. i have a collection of Coca Cola, Auto-memoribilla, Toys, Boating, Tools, Electricials and Photos, plus a few Books, all from the past, with a huge portion of my collections pre 60's. If I could, I would have one of every car ever made, not just the classics, as all old things are beautiful to me. Wish I kept the old pre 70's Fords and Chevs I used to own, hotrod and restore.
I've always loved vintage cars. I think they're beautiful!. We used to go to Macquarie St & 1/2 of Collage St, (Sydney, NSW) to look at them every Australia Day. If I see them now, out & about, I'll try & get a photo of them. No, I'm not doing the driving, my husband is!) I don't know which ones I love better, vintage or classic!