Which the vintage automobile would you drive on a daily basis?
Image: Damian Gadal, 2012
This is the question posed to the Saginaw Classic Car Club as a bit of a fun right of initiation, but one that has been popping up in the minds of vintage auto owners for years and years now. With so many different vintage automobiles cropping up all over on a nearly daily basis, the truth of the matter is that it’s difficult not to fall in love with a number of vintage autos rather than just choosing one to try for the rest of your days.
However, more and more studies are being shown that the automobiles we drive have a distinct impact and reflection on our personalities – and it’s interesting to see exactly which kind of vintage auto you would drive on a daily basis.
Would it be a 1950s era Chevrolet Royal Station Wagon (complete with wood paneling), or would you be more inclined to cruise around in an earlier 1940s or 1950s Ford Fairlane? Some people could see themselves lying behind the wheels of a 1960s Chevy El Camino, whereas others would love to bomb around in a mid-1950s Ford Mustang (one of the first ones to roll off of the factory floor – in fire engine red, no less). It’s an exciting and fun question, and one you might want to pose to your classic car club the next time you all meet up.