Every Car Built in 1991 Is Now an Antique
What’s an antique car, really? Is it anything built before WWII, or by hand, or from brass? It is anything that rolls on wooden wheels, or with whitewalls? Surely an “antique” automobile—bearing the privileges of vintage car insurance, vanity plates and separate valuation—should be defined by some aesthetic or technological merit? No. Nope. According to state governments nationwide, the Antique Automobile Club of America and Hagerty Insurance, an antique automobile is any at least 25 years old. Your cousin’s ‘91 Cavalier with two missing hubcaps and a permanent infusion of eau de ganj? Yes, that. These, too.