What Classic Car Would You Want New Again?

July 16th, 2013

1973 911 Carrera RS

There’s really only one thing in life humans should strive for: an unlimited budget.

With an unlimited budget, people can experience all the driving pleasure the world has to offer. Sure, some people say money can’t buy happiness, but have you ever seen an unhappy person behind the wheel of a Porsche?

Cocky and arrogant maybe, but certainly happy.

While new Porsches are undeniably a source of true happiness, a classic can elevate the joy to a whole new level. That joy can turn to grief pretty quickly, though, when it’s time to look for replacement parts. Imagine owning a 1973 911 Carrera RS and looking for someone to maintain it or repair damaged or worn-out pieces.

As much happiness as cars provide, classics breaking down are a major source of human unhappiness.

But, there is a solution.

For people with the budget, there are factory programs that will make a classic car new again. For connoisseurs of classic Porsches, the Porsche Classic program will deliver parts, arrange to do the repair work, and even restore old cars to better-than-new condition.

If old cars can be brand-new again, the door is open to all kinds of exciting possibilities. Want a “new” Porsche 914? Buy a cheap used one and let Porsche Classic bring it back to life. Granted, the process of acquiring that new old Porsche won’t be cheap, but having a classic car that you know is as factory fresh as the day it first rolled off the assembly line would be priceless.

Porsche isn’t the only automaker to offer such services, so do some research, open up the used listings, and let your imagination run wild!

What classic car would you want to have completely restored by the factory?

-tgriffith

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  1. Randy
    | #1

    Absolutely no problem here- The Jaguar XK-E convertible with the V12.

  2. Rob
    | #2

    Yes! Classic jag! Just without the problems, please!

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