What Classic Car Are You Most Likely to Drive?

It's easy to buy a classic cocktail or a classic LBD. A classic car is a little more expensive. Which one would you drive, if you could?

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1964 Aston Martin DB5
Although James Bond has driven a number of sports cars over the years, this is his most iconic one. In its time, it was known as 'the most famous car in the world.' A number of special gadgets were built into the one Bond drove, of course, but the car is pretty snazzy even without those. Drive one, and you'll be both shaken AND stirred.

1955 Mercedes Gullwing
This extremely fast and extremely stylish classic sports cars comes at an extremely steep price ' between $4 and 5 million dollars. You have the speed and style to more than match this car. Do you have the money? Back in the day, both Sophia Loren and Clark Gable drove this beauty. Can you see yourself behind the wheel?

1969 Boss 429 Mustang
This powerful little pony of a car just turned 50 this year. It's one of the rarest muscle cars in existence. Designed to compete in Nascar, its powerful new engine required that its body be widened. If you're sturdy, tough, and strong -- as well as beloved! ' this is the sports car for you.

1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS
This beauty was among the most successful racing cars ever built and it is a favourite among collectors. You're probably a popular and successful beauty, too. Light and luxurious, feisty and fast ' these are more words to describe both you and this car.

1969 Dodge Charger
This is the classic all-American, old-school muscle car, which often came decorated in bumblebee stripes. One of them, dubbed the General Lee, was driven by Bo and Luke Duke in the 1980s television hit The Dukes of Hazzard. It's a raw, gritty, sexy, redneck car ' are you the country boy (or girl!) to drive it?

1957 Karmann Ghia
Many of the original reviews of this beautifully designed car stated that it would appeal to women. Maybe that's why so many men drove them! Although it wasn't really a performance car, it was definitely meant to be stylish. It was chic, luxurious, and aerodynamic ' and so are you! Many glamorous people appreciated the fine craftsmanship that went into its elegant and sculpted body. Brigitte Bardot was among them.