5 Classic Cars that will Live on for Centuries

1964-65 Aston Martin DB5

Even the hair pays tribute to the classic.

  • 964-65 Aston Martin DB5

Ah, yes. The Aston Martin DB5 is an all-time favorite of Bond, James Bond, fans all over the world. It debuted back on the silver screen back in ‘64 in the movie Goldfinger starring Sean Connery. It has been the star ever since and has appeared a total of six times: Goldfinger, Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, and Skyfall, which is the latest of the franchise. Only 4 of these babies were ever made by the British sports car manufacturer, 2 of which are fully equipped with super spy equipment. Of course, the machine guns are only imitations but once you’re inside a DB5, you’d wish the world was half an imitation of this car. One is up for sale by the way, for 3 million Pounds in case you’re interested in, I don’t know, buying it perhaps.

The Mystery Machine

How ‘bout a Scooby Snack?

  • 1963 Ford Econoline Custom Van (Scooby doo Mystery Machine)

Like, zoinks, man! Who can ever forget the Mystery Machine of the Scooby Doo gang? All of us enjoyed spending our mornings or afternoons watching this hilarious detective cartoon which never really made any sense, to me, at least. I mean they chase down a ghost who always ends up chasing them instead (Ruh-Oh!) until towards the end of the show wherein identities are revealed and mysteries are solved. “And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for these meddling kids!” Every single time. It’s all good though, we all enjoyed Scooby doo! Jinkies!

1975 Gran Torino

They see me rollin’…

  • 1975 Gran Torino

Long gone are the days when TV Series’ were worth watching and two guys could have a deep and meaningful relationship as buddies. What will never pass away, from our memories and from the internet, are the images of the red and white ‘75 Gran Torino that Starsky and Hutch rallied on to bust the bad guys! What makes the Gran Torino iconic is not superficial such as what lies underneath the hood or how fast it can accelerate to sixty; but rather what it represents. What’s that, you ask. It’s being bad-ass good guys, that’s what!

1982 DeLorean DMC-12

Zero to 1980 in 3 seconds!

  • 1982 DeLorean DMC-12

We are looking for classic cars that will live on and be remembered for centuries to come. This one, however, has been back and forth. The 1982 DeLorean DMC-12 is most famous for being a star in the blockbuster trilogy, Back to the Future as the protagonist’s Time Machine. Fans have kept the car thriving for decades and even to this day new rebuilts are still being manufactured.

1970 Datsun 240z


  • 1970 Datsun 240z

My personal favorite. The 1970 Datsun 240z is a world class sports car with a price tag that doesn’t cause your brain to explode! Originally designed in Japan as the Fairlady Z, the 240z outclassed many of the much more expensive European and American Cars. Until this day, I have yet to feel again the passion and desire that I had for the 240z when I first laid my eyes on it.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

The fierce look always gets me!

  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro

Lists such as this one will never be complete without at least one Camaro in it. For this one the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro hits the jackpot. Time and time this beast of a muscle car has proven that it can withstand the test of time. For the centuries yet to come, it will surely hold its ground.

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