Above all others, five “official” classic cars of summer
Image: Steve Snodgrass, 2012; German Medeot, 2013; Collector Car Ads, 2010; Rick Weiss, 2011; Collector Car Ads, 1010.
While there are a number of truly incredible classic cars out there on the market today, the truth of the matter is that five specific classic cars stand head and shoulders above all others. Widely regarded as the most iconic classic cars of summer, it’s not uncommon to see these vehicles cruising up and down Main Street in any small town around this great country.
First on the list is the 1955 through 57 Chevrolet Bell Air convertible, all may be one of the most quintessential American automobiles that epitomizes everything about the late 1950s. Clean lines dominate this specific car, a showstopper in every sense of the word. The second is the 63 through 67 Chevy Corvette convertible, another hot rod that is absolutely impossible to miss.
Of course, summer wouldn’t be summer without seeing a handful of jeeps roll down the road – and the 1976 through 1986 Jeep CJ7s breathed new life into the old-school World War II Willy’s jeeps (icons on their own).
The fourth car on this list is the 1962 MGB, not exactly American muscle but one of the first sports cars that America fell in love with.
And finally, at the all-time classic car – the King of the Ring – the 1965 Ford Mustang. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in just 12 months, it’s impossible to imagine a more quintessential classic summer car that in this old ‘ Stang