The top classic cars you can buy today

 Certain automakers have brought back some of their favorite classics in their continuation plans

Classic cars have attracted many car enthusiasts, and car manufacturers are becoming more aware of this market. As these classic cars continue to age, they become more and more rare and their value greatly increases

The top classic cars you can buy today

 Since the price of these cars has risen to a price range that only a few people can afford, automakers will take full advantage of demand and release continued cars. These continuation cars can be purchased directly from the factory. Therefore, they have the added benefit of being aesthetically spotless and mechanically fully functional

 Car manufacturers use unique methods to continue. Some use serial numbers that have not been produced before, while others use previous manufacturing methods and blueprints. This article explores some of the top continuation cars you can buy today

Lister Knobbly

Lister Motor Company is famous for its motorsports in the 1950s. Later, the company was acquired by Warrantywise, which is owned by Lawrence Whittaker, in 2013. One of the most iconic cars in the Super Jaguar Power series is Lister Knobbly, known for its gorgeous bodywork

The top classic cars you can buy today

 Although the company can only carry out limited production at present, the continuation model is still manufactured with 1958 specifications, with a BHL racing chassis, and has been approved by FIA and HTP for road use. Lister Knobbly is equipped with a 4.6-liter Chevrolet Corvette V8 or a 3.8-liter six-cylinder engine

Pur Sang Bugatti Type 35

The Bugatti Type 35 is an excellent classic car that has won more than 1,000 races during its main track, has numerous Grand Prix and Targa Florio titles, and set records. Only 40 of the Bugatti 35 were produced, which means they are scarce. An Argentine company, Pur Sang, made an extraordinary hand-made copy of this iconic model while retaining the precise engineering and craftsmanship synonymous with the original model. However, some upgrades must be made to ensure consistency and practicality with certain modern standards

The top classic cars you can buy today

 They include a plain bearing crankshaft to provide better reliability and easier maintenance, an improved firing sequence for smooth operation, an electric fan on the thermostat, an electronic fuel pump, and a dry multi-plate clutch

Jaguar C Type

The Jaguar Type C is famous for winning two championships in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. In the first attempt in 1951 and in 1953, Jaguar only produced 53 C-models, of which 43 were mainly entered by private car owners from the United States. In the 70 years since Jaguar won the Le Mans championship, it decided to restart the limited production of C Type to attract discerning customers and showrooms
The top classic cars you can buy today

 To commemorate their success in racing history, Jaguar plans to manufacture each new Type C continuation model to reflect the racing specifications that won the Le Mans Grand Prix in 1953. Type C is equipped with a 220-horsepower 3.4-liter inline six-cylinder engine, with three Weber 40DCO3 carburettors and disc brakes

Bentley Blower

In the late 1920s, Sir Tim Birkin created only four examples of four half-liter supercharged Bentley Blowers for the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Bentley decided to create a series of ingenious blower masterpieces, among which the first model in more than 90 years took nearly 40,000 working hours. Known as the "Blower Car Zero", Bentley plans to sell 12 sets of continuation models in limited quantities
The top classic cars you can buy today

 These new cars are equipped with a 240-horsepower 4.4-liter 16-valve four-cylinder engine with Amherst Villiers Mk IV supercharger. Blower Zero also has a semi-elliptical leaf spring suspension, a pressed steel frame structure, mechanical drum brakes, and worm and fan steering

Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger

DB5 Goldfinger is a movie star in the automotive industry, emerging in the 1964 classic James Bond film Goldfinger. The James Bond model is regarded by many avid Aston Martin fans as the most famous car in the world, filled with exquisite gadgets. Aston Martin plans to produce 25 DB5 Goldfinger continuation models in limited quantities, this time equipped with fully functional gadgets

The top classic cars you can buy today

 They include bulletproof backing, rear smoke screen, simulated dual front machine guns, front and rear triple rotating number plates, percussion hammer, simulated radar screen, under-seat storage and optional ejector seats

 Although these models have the exact functionality of the original DB5, they are not street regulations because they do not comply with current collision and emission regulations

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