Classic parts

Some spare parts can be really rare. It may be that you have a car from the 60s, and something about this needs to be replaced, but since you have to use classic parts, it can be difficult. Fortunately, there are some who do not deal with anything other than looking for special spare parts and classic parts.

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Ford
Ford is an American multinational company that is known for their magnificent cars. It was founded back in 1910 by Henry Ford, where he had huge success with the model Ford T, which was sold for more than 15 million. copies of less than 20 years due to the cheap price. In addition, Ford was also the first company to make use of the assembly line so that one could produce a car in a few hours instead of in half a day. However, this meant that customer wishes were not taken into account, and the model was only available in one color, namely black. That is no longer the case today. Now Ford tailors cars to all kinds of customers, so you get one that meets all needs.

Austin
The first model that came on the market was, the Austin-Healey 100, which was produced from 1953-1956. In 1956, the Austin-Healey 100 was replaced by the Austin-Healey 100-6, which is a two-seater roadster produced until 1959. In 1959, a new model came on the market, which ended up replacing the Austin-Healey 100-6. This model is known as the Austin-Healey 3000 and this is the most iconic is the Austin Healey models. This model is available in the two-seater or four-seater roadster or convertible versions. The three models mentioned above are known as "The big Healey", where the last and fourth model Austin-Healey Sprite is a small open sports car, two-seater roadster. This model was designed and produced from 1958-1971.

Ferrari
In 1947, however, Ferrari began designing and producing cars for street use, which proved to be really popular. The first model that was launched is the classic 125 S, which today has become an icon for Ferrari, as only 2 were produced. For street use, Ferrari today has 9 models on the market, all of which are known for their iconic and classic Ferrari design.

Jaguar
Jaguar started in 1922 in England, but it was not until 1935 that the first Jaguar car came on the market. Until then, they had designed and produced motorcycle sidecars under the name Swallow Sidecar Company. The first model from Jaguar was an SS 2.5-liter sports saloon, which today has become an icon for Jaguar in terms of what they can do with design and quality.

MG Cars
MG Cars is a British car brand founded in 1924 by Cecil Kimber. The brand is best known for its two-seater open sports cars, but is also really good at designing and producing sedans and coupes. Today, MG Cars is part of the Chinese company SAIC, and has changed its name to MG Motors.

Morgan
Morgan Motor Company is a British car manufacturer, founded in 1909 by H. F. S. Morgan. Initially, the Morgan Motor Company produced tricycles, as this way one could avoid car taxes, as it was technically classified as a motorcycle. Today, these first three-wheeled models are completely iconic for the Morgan Motor Company and are a hallmark of their stunning design. In 1936, the Morgan Motor Company introduced their first four-wheel drive car, and since then they have not stopped designing and producing quality cars.

Morris
In 1912, W. R. M. motors was founded in Britain, but in 1919 they changed their name to Morris Motors. As early as 1926, Morris Motors produced 42 percent of the cars produced in the UK with four models on the market during this period. In 1984, Morris Motors stopped the production of cars, but up to this point they had launched 42 different car models for the British people. Today, cars from Morris Motors have gained cult status due to their beautiful and classic design. Morris Motors is for car enthusiasts who want something out of the ordinary.

Triumph
Triumph Motor Company was closed down in 1984, but before that they managed to design and produce 68 different models. Especially their previous models have become iconic today for car collectors, and with good reason. Triumph Motor Company made a virtue out of the fact that their cars had a beautiful design with clean lines that are classic English. Triumph Motor Company's models are for car enthusiasts who appreciate high quality and sleek design.

Opel
Opel Kadett is designed and produced by the German car manufacturer Opel. The model was produced from 1937-1940 and again from 1962-1992. Over the years, Opel managed to launch several different Kadett models. The first model is known as Kadett A, and was produced from 1962-1965. This was available as a regular sedan, as well as a luxury model, coupe and station wagon. In just three years, just about 650,000 copies of the Kadett A were produced.

Americans
American cars are classic cars, and are most often seen as coupes with really large engines. In other words, these are cars that must both be seen and to that extent heard. The design is at the same time classic and loud, which is something a lot of people have fallen for. In the world, there is a huge market for buying and selling American cars. In addition, there are also several races and shows around the world each year where American car enthusiasts can meet and share their joys over their extraordinary cars. In addition, as an ordinary citizen you can also enjoy the sight of the beautiful cars.