classic cars


Classic cars are also called classic cars, and generally refer to cars that were before World War II or older. A classic car is a product of nostalgia, a car that people have used in the past and can still work now.

classic cars
Introduction to Classic Cars
Name origin
Although its literal translation should be “Old Cars Classical by Cadillac [1],” it was due to “Classic Cars.” This word has a strong anthropomorphic color, so it was quickly recognized by classic car enthusiasts and spread rapidly, becoming the unified name for vintage cars by enthusiasts all over the world.

Luxury antique car (classic car)
Classic car definition
However, there is no accepted standard definition of classic cars, and car historians and classic car enthusiasts are still arguing. The American Classic Car Club classifies its favorite brands or models (such as: produced between 1925 and 1948) as FULL CLASSIC, which is defined as “extraordinary cars with excellent design, high craftsmanship standards and production”, orientation Preference for American brands, while European products have the regret of being left behind.

Not every old car is eligible to become a classic car. Good maintenance is an important prerequisite. In the market, there are not many cars with classic designs, just like most cars nowadays are low-cost four-door family cars, which are just means of transportation.

European production history
In 1672, the Belgian missionary Ferdinand Verbiest (Ferdinand Verbiest) manufactured a steam-powered mechanical device in Beijing and erected a three-wheeled steam car on a horse-drawn carriage.

In 1769, French engineer Nicholas Cugnot built a three-wheeled steam car in the Vincent Forest Park in Paris.

In 1781, the British inventor James Watt improved the steam engine.

In 1801, the French chemist Philips Lebon successfully developed a two-stroke engine fueled by gas and hydrogen.

In 1840, Twidik designed and manufactured the first steam car.

In 1866, German engineer Nikolaus Otto (Nikolaus Otto) invented the four-stroke engine.

In 1885, German engineer Carl Benz manufactured a gasoline engine device in Mannheim. A three-wheeled car mounted on a carriage has a 0.85 horsepower gasoline engine.

On January 29, 1886, Karl Benz obtained the world’s first automobile engine patent. In July of the same year, the world’s first four-wheeled car was officially sold.

In 1888, French bicycle businessman Emile Roger obtained permission from Benz to start production of commercial vehicles.

In 1986, the international automobile industry recommended the German Daimler Benz Automotive Company to host the International Automobile Centennial Christmas Celebration, and it was recognized that the car inventor in the international automobile industry was Mr. Carl Benz who founded Benz. So people generally think that 1886 is the year of the car’s birth

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