Car fan at 102
Image: Keels and Wheels, 2012
One of the world's oldest living drivers is also the owner of many classic cars, according to a report from AOL Autos.
One hundred and two year old Margaret Dunning, who lives in Plymouth, Michigan, has a deep love of all things vehicular and has also built up a small collection of classic cars over the years.
Dunning was first able to get behind the wheel at the age of eight, way back in 1918, before being awarded a full licence at 12. She has kept that licence for 90 years and regularly heads to classic car shows to display her vehicles.
Amongst her collection are a 1966 Cadillac DeVille and a 1975 Eldorado, although she also has much older cars, including a Ford Model A, which was built when she was 21 years old.
While Dunning is older than all of the cars in her collection, she still has an everyday auto which is just under a decade old - a 2003 DeVille, the oil of which she will occasionally change on her own.
She said that her love of cars came from working on them with her father, who taught her a lot about the mechanics during her childhood on a farm.