Custom classic Cars is a term that can be used to describe older cars, although the exact definition of a classic car will be argued over coffee tables for an eternity. For instance the Classic Car Club of America says that 1948 is the last year for a car to be considered a classic. I on the other hand, feel that a classic car can be as new as 1974, but must have been built in limited quantities and or have a unique feature in their design. I am sure many will agree. With that said, a classic car can also be custom. Many of the vehicles that were produced before 1974 did not feature commodities that we all expect to have in our newer cars, like power windows or even radios! Some custom classic car owners have modified their vehicles to have these features when they didn't originally come equipped with them. So, this makes them custom. Of course there are some owners who turn their classic into a full custom with the addition of things like custom paint, custom wheels, air ride suspension, mobile video, etc!
Many of the owners of these cars will
not want to customize them, as modifying the original parts of the car
can detract from its value, but where is the fun in that? However,
those cars that are modified with taste, or style, can really turn out
to be beautiful creations. It’s great to see old cars like
these that have had modern accommodations installed like the
electronics found in today’s vehicles!
Take a look below to see some examples of custom classic cars.