‘An older type of car, usually one that is no longer produced and that people like to own because it looks very stylish or special features.’
They also divide into several sections when defining cars; Classic car, antique car, and modern collector car. “Antique Car,” is defined as the cars made before mid 20’s while “Modern collector car” is made from the 1983. Compare to “The Classic Car Club of America” and “Classic Car Authorities”, Heacock does not give a specific sections or distinctions in defining classic car. They care more about how the car is maintained and used. To them, as long as the car is kept and driven as a collector car, that’s what they are interested, and describe as classic car.
To sum up, classic car has various definitions in different groups and around the world. However, there is one common theme, that every classic car has it’s own historical or personal story and it is old and aged. They are mostly unique, fine, and unusual cars that are 25 years to fifty years old.