When it comes to cars there's a whole world of collectable options. Almost half of all cars that were made pre 1970's are considered to be classic cars and so collectable cars. This is partly due to cars being manufactured in order to maintain their 'coolness' for only a distinct amount of time, in order to sell more cars. This backwards engineering has ensured we have a catastrophic range of collectable cars to choose from.
Whether you collect MG's or have a thing for classic Mercedes SLK's Collectables now has you covered! There are a whole host of different cars to choose from and each has its own characteristics and personality. For example MG's are quite often red, as are collectable ferrari's and classic corvettes. Also Collectable MG's are often seen as convertables and the MG B GT is a very common and favoured model for its all round style and strong engine.
Although the engines within collectable cars can be old and tired, they are often quite large in capacity and with a bit of DIY mechanics (or paid) the collectable car engine can be a strong and fast solution to your classic car problem. Alternatively it's a common point when restoring a collectable car to replace the engine for a more modern equivalent.
In fact when restoring collectable cars its very commonplace to replace all working parts with as modern equivalents as possible, in order to increase the associated safety of the classic car as well as improve the drive and make it more fun. Owning a collectable car can be great fun, here we have chosen some of the best collectable cars at uk auctions today, enjoy!