Vintage cars of classic cars are a category of vehicles at least older than 30 years of age. Vintage cars is a huge market on the one hand and on the other, and that is the most important thing at all, it is all about being enthusiastic about cars and motors. Thankfully, there are is quite a large number of people out there who really enjoy maintaining their motors and also love showing off what they have to offer.
Anyone, who has vintage cars at their hand, has a certain amount of technical skill available and, of course, the funds required to come up for the keep.
On this page I publish photography and picture stories on vintage automobiles I captured on classic car shows.
The Pontiac Torpedo Six / Eight was a full-sized car produced by Pontiac between 1940 to 1948 and was the biggest Pontiac when it first came out of production. Although looking extremely heavy the car only measured a weight of 1600 to 1800 kg, depending on the model year. The six cylinder Flathead I6 had 3.9L cylinder capacity and the 8-cylinder Silver Streak I8 came up with 4.1L cylinder capacity.
The Humber Pullmann was a four-door limosine that was introduced to the British market in 1930 and was produced with a 3498 cc straight six cylinder overhead six exhaust valve engine with 80 hp. In 1936 a a model with a v-shped two-piece windscreen complemented the product range with an increased 4086 cc and 100 hp and top speed of up to 75 mph.