Classic cars have something about them that makes the heart skip a beat. Ever since the introduction of the legendary Ford Model T in 1913, every era has seen various classic cars that have left a permanent mark on the minds and souls of auto enthusiasts. If you too have long dreamt of owning a classic car but haven’t been able to manifest the dream due to financial constraints, don’t lose hope. Whether you are in California or Nevada, you can participate in our online car auctions to bring home your dream machine without having to break the bank. To help narrow down your options, we present a list of the top three classic cars that sell like hotcakes at our online car auctions. Take a look.
1. Ford Model A (1927-31)
Ford Model A, the first successor of the legendary Model T – the car that sowed the seed of the world of automobiles as we know today – is unarguably one of the most successful models from the American automaker. Produced from 1927-31, the Model A took no time to capture the hearts of auto enthusiasts, with the sales during the production period clocking more than 4.8 million units! The gem is still featured from time to time in our online car auctions.
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2. Chevrolet Master (1933-1942)
Like the name, like the legend. The iconic Chevrolet Master was a car that truly lived up to its name. A look at the classic beast and you can easily say that is indeed encapsulated all that a vehicle may need to be a master of the road. Impressive stance, elegant styling and an exhilarating ride; thanks to a powerful 3.4 L 6-cylinder engine – the Chevrolet Master had it all. Manufactured from 1933 to 1942, the Master made luxury accessible to the masses, and its consistent demand in online car auctions is a testament to that.
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3. Volkswagen Beetle (1938-Present)
Not many cars could change the course of automotive history quite the way “The People’s Car” did! A hallmark of German automotive technology and purpose-oriented minimalistic design sensibilities, the Volkswagen (read: folks-wagon) Beetle was introduced in 1938, and despite a number of intermittence and change in names, continues to be in production to this day. Be it the “original” Beetle (1938–2003), the “New Beetle” (1997–2010) or the latest Beetle A5 (2011–2019), you can find them all in our online salvage auto auctions.
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Despite the introduction of modern cars with leading-edge technologies, classic cars have continued to hold a special, undying place for the distinct charm and elegance they carry. The models we have listed in this blog post are just the tip of the iceberg compared to what you can expect to find in our online car auctions. We are a licensed Copart broker, giving you the option to inspect the car you wish at the salvage yard. Simply register to start bidding on your favorite classic cars! If you have any questions or wish to learn more about our online car auctions, fill out our contact form or simply call +1 (503) 298-4300.