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Home > Blog > Performance > Classic Car Reboots Blog
Kevin Butler

Kevin Butler

Auto Parts Network

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September 25th, 2012


Classic Car Reboots

The entertainment industry seems to have profited from a surge of reboots—bringing back movies from decades ago and giving them a modern spin. While there have been highs and lows with reboots, there’s always a sense of nostalgia and curiosity of how the finish product will be executed. The same can be said with the automotive industry as some manufacturers are reinventing the wheel (so to speak).

Volkswagen’s New Beetle, Chevorlet’s Camaro, Ford’s Mustangs, and so many more have seen resurgence in the market. And it comes as no surprise as more and more new models come out, consumers are likely to revisit more classic models—albeit updated for modern times—that they might already have some type of connection with. But what other cars should be brought back?

As small cars seem on trend, how about the Nash Metropolitan? The Metropolitan was even smaller then the Beetle during its’ time, think about that.

Nowadays, Porsches can run up over $100k so why not bring back the 356 Speedster at an affordable price? A collectible in its’ own right, the Speedster had a distinctive shape and became popular for weekend racing.

Check out the list of other cars worth reviving.


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