Statesman Vintage & Classic Car Rally

Statesman Vintage & Classic Car Rally

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The Statesman Vintage & Classic Car Rally is an annual vintage car rally in New Delhi and Kolkata and the oldest, continuously-run such event in India and the sub-continent. It started in the year 1964 in New Delhi, and was brought to Kolkata in the year 1968 as The Statesman Vintage Car Rally. It is now known as The Statesman Vintage & Classic Car Rally. The main organiser of this event is The Statesman. The major attractions of the event are assembly of vintage and classic cars, followed by a drive through the city where cars are assessed for originality and performance on the road section; display of period and fancy dress; grand parade and live music. The 50th Statesman rally in New Delhi was held on 28 February 2016 (two rallies in intervening years did not take place, because of the 1971 war and the 1973 fuel crisis).

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Would a 1967 Ford Mustang Coupe be a good first car for a 16 year old?

Honestly I do not think this would be a good first car unless you are familiar with older cars and are aware of all the work and care that goes into owning one. It's not a car you can just "gas and go" so to speak. Classic cars require regular maintenance at much shorter intervals than new cars; so it's not just the fixing up you need to consider, it's the keeping up as well. You may also have a difficult time finding insurance for this car due to its age, even if it's under your parents' policy. If you are dead-set on getting this car, make sure the body (outside and inside) is free of rust. Rust is cancer, and is nearly impossible to cure once it has worked its way into your car. Making sure you select a car that is "cancer"-free will save you a lot of time and money in the long run. I am not trying to rain on your parade, I just want you to be aware of all the complications involved in owning a classic car. If this is your dream car, then go for it! I wish you the best of luck.

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Considering the cost of restoring a classic car, why would someone choose to restore a car versus buying a restored car outright?

Restoring a car (any car, classic or not) requires much more than financial consideration. It takes skills and a passion for the art (yes, it is an art!) to do it well - even if the physical work is done by others. (Few people possess the skills to do everything. But there are many who can!) It takes vision, purpose, determination, organization, and grit. It's certainly not for everybody.Many of us would love to be able to restore a car from the ground up. But time, money, facilities, skills, life circumstances prohibit taking on such a project. Finding a restored car that fits our passion is often the only viable option.But that still does not mean we can not keep improving on or customizing the work done by the original restorer!

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Old 70's classic car for $6,000 - 8,000?

If you look around and do not jump at the first thing you see you should be able to get something nice for that price. Although certain models like the 67-69 camaro's and Dodge Daytona's etc. are well out of that range. Try to get one that is in as good a mechanical shape as you can and check out the floorboards and the frame/underside for extensive rust. Some cars can look great on the outside and turn out to be junk underneath all the polish and armor-all. Also, the area you live in will determine how much a car sells for; for example I purchased a 55 chevy a couple years ago in fair shape in western Iowa for only $1800/ the same car in St. Louis would be 2-3 times that. As for maintenance; with a car this old you should at least know some basics of mechanics. The age and condition will determine how much it will need. On the bright side, the older cars were simpler to work on and did not have computer sensors and lots of pollution gear on them. I hope you find something nice; I am a car nut myself.

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