Not retro, but real.
Everyone reminisces about the good old days and some even want to relive it. Many manufacturers try to pick up on this notion and tease this experience – from the Beetle to the Challenger to the SLS. The retro wave engulfs new vehicles creating modern day icons but some think that this is not enough.
The appeal of a car that is 30 or 40 years old cannot necessarily be found in a contemporary automobile. Many of us want to drive real classics, the retro cars that smell wonderful and have a powerful, mechanical feel – like the one your dad drove when you were a child.