Classic Rolls-Royces Stashed Away In Virginia Mountains
With the perception of Rolls-Royce as being one of the most exclusive car brands on the planet, one of the last places you might expect to find a collection of them is in the Appalachian Mountains. Yet that’s exactly what Tom Cotter, the famous Barn Find Hunter, tracked down. What’s even better, the five Rolls-Royces are stashed away in a huge collection of all kinds of classic cars.Read More
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Generations of Cars
While a classic car is technically defined as a car older than 20 years old, we prefer to use the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) standards of “fine” or “distinctive” automobile. They also specify between 1915 and 1948, made in America, or overseas. This is also regarded as more of an antique or vintage year range by some. As far as collector cars, this is typically applied to a vehicle with an extra dash of exclusivity to it; think special editions, low production, or historically significant vehicle. Both terms cover some of the greatest and hardest to find vehicles in the world.Explore