Defined by the Antique Automobile Club of America, and most Departments of Motor Vehicles, as any vehicle 25 years or older, in stock or unmodified condition.
A large range of vehicles from your daily driver to your luxury autos less than 25 years old. Some vehicles will fit in other categories despite their age.
Two passenger roadsters and coupes, usually foreign in manufacturer, with domestic exceptions being the Corvette, Viper, Shelby Cobra, etc.
All Motorcycle listings of any age. Whether they are 2005 or 1949, this is the place to look.
Muscle cars are high-performance automobiles made primarily in Detroit from 1964 to 1974. Car manufacturers placed large V8 engines in mid-sized cars, giving them quite startling performance and setting off intense competition between manufacturers to produce the most powerful and extreme machine.
Vehicles, which require major restoration work or vehicles which are not complete and are a good source for parts to complete a restoration in progress. Derby cars may also be another example of Project/Parts Vehicles.
Generally vehicles eligible to compete in oval track / stock car, road course, drag racing, rally racing, endurance, drifting, and more.
For the most part any street-driven highly modified car or truck built around 1949 or older. No stock/antique cars in this category.