By M. W. Byrne

22 Vintage Cars You Should Add To Your Collection

There’s not a gearhead or a gas-breather among us who wouldn’t love to have a heated garage full of classic muscle, old Phantoms, and luxury autos so full of chrome they would make a 1970’s street pimp green with envy.

1970 Datsun 240Z

The original Japanese sports car, the Z had power to spare, being able to outperform Porsche’s precious 911 and school Jaguar E-Types in the rules of the road. 

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1969 Toyota 2000GT

Once upon a time, Toyota wanted to branch out of the family sedan business where they typically make their bread and butter. When they did, the results were a masterful mix of smart engineering, quality aerodynamics, and precision gas burning, all in a frame that looks like an Italian roadster.

2

1994-96 Buick Roadmaster

During the mid-90’s, these came outfitted with LT1 Corvette engines, which gave them more than a little power behind that big boat of a body.

3

Fiat 124 Spider

There’s not a bad year for a Spider, nor is there a particularly good one. These are always fun to work on and great buys as more of a project car than a collector’s piece.

4

1987 Buick Grand National

Ready to race or just look amazing, few recognize the majesty to be had here, but those that do respect it.

5

1966 Lamborghini Miura

Certainly not budget friendly, but perhaps the apex of both style and performance for the era, you’ll get more than a few salutes if you go this route.

6

1930 Ford Model A Tudor

Not much for speed, but when it comes to seeing how the humble auto came into being, this is the only fun kind of history lesson.

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