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Classic Car Eye Candy

Talking about classi car eye candy.

Daniel Schmitt and Company offers a wide selection of quality used classic cars

Even if you visit their showroom just to browse, you will see that their classic car selection is just like eye candy. Classic cars are loved by just about everyone. Classic cars are in a class of their own. They can easily catch the eye of just about everyone who crosses their path. This is probably due to the fact that we just don’t see these beauties much anymore.

According to the Classic Car Club of America, a car must be between 20-40 years old in order for it to be considered a classic car. Any car over 45 years old is considered an antique car. Many of the classic car shows in America display a range of cars from the thirties to the sixties.There are a variety of classic car shows in America. Some classic car enthusiasts will divide classic cars by the era they came out. Some divide the era into horseless carriages, antique cars, and classic cars. Cars made in the late 70’s are disputed as being considered a classic car. The automotive designs began to decline in the late 80’s leaving many automobiles looking the same.

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1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible Concours level restoration just completedMatching numbers original engineIncredible documentationRare factory air conditioningAutomatic transmissionPower steeringPower Disc BrakesThe 1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Convertible featured here is finished in stunning Light Ivory with a gorgeous Cognac Tan leather interior and brown convertible top. A concours level restoration was recently completed and this Mercedes is now ready to be driven or shown. It is equipped with many options including rare factory air conditioning, full leather interior as well as its original books, manuals, service records, build cards, warranty plate and much more.




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