Vintage car

1919 Ford Model T coupe
1921 Hudson Super Six phaeton
A restored 1925 Flint touring car (U.S.A.) at a rally in Australia
1929 Pierce-Arrow
1930 Cadillac V-16 452 Sport series phaeton
The 1951 Cadillac Classic used by the then Saudi King

Old automobile, and in the narrower senses of car enthusiasts and collectors, it is a car from the period of 1919 to 1930.

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Antique car

Automobile that is an antique.

1916 Ford Model T
An antique car on a poster advertising a race in Makarska, Croatia

The antique car era includes the Veteran era, the Brass era, and the Vintage era, which range from the beginning of the automobile up to the 1930s.

The Price Is Right (American game show)

American television game show created by Bob Stewart, Mark Goodson and Bill Todman where contestants compete by guessing the prices of merchandise to win cash and prizes.

Starting around 2010, vintage and classic cars have occasionally been offered as prizes for games that do not involve pricing them.

Bill Goldberg

American professional wrestler, actor, and former American football player.

Goldberg in April 2021
Goldberg posing with a fan in 1998
Goldberg being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in April 2018
Goldberg in 2009
Goldberg at the 2015 Magic City Comic Con
Goldberg in 2005
Goldberg during his tour of the USS Ronald Reagan in May 2005
Goldberg signing autographs in 2010

He also owns over 25 vintage cars, including a Plymouth Barracuda, AC Cobra, and Boss 429 Mustang.

Watkins Glen International

Automobile race track located in the town of Dix just southwest of the village of Watkins Glen, New York, at the southern tip of Seneca Lake.

The original Watkins Glen street course
Watkins Glen from 1956 to 1970
The short course at Watkins Glen International with the Inner Loop. This is the layout NASCAR uses.
The full Long Course (1971–1991) including the "Boot"; the 1971 Six Hours layout is illustrated with the gray connection after the Outer Loop
The full Long Course with the "Boot" and the Inner Loop (1992–present).
1973 United States Grand Prix ticket
Tom Pryce at the 1975 United States Grand Prix in the Boot's main straight
The Start/Finish line at Watkins Glen International
Cars drive through the Esses during the 2014 Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen.
Watkins Glen International Garage Area
Marcos Ambrose celebrating the Finger Lakes 355 at the Glen

The circuit annually hosts one of the nation's premier vintage events, the Zippo U.S. Vintage Grand Prix.

Hector Monro, Baron Monro of Langholm

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party politician.

First King George VI version

He was a member of the Royal Company of Archers, a deputy lieutenant of Dumfriesshire, and enjoyed vintage cars and country sports.

Cultural heritage management

Vocation and practice of managing cultural heritage.

The Newport ship in the foundations of the Riverfront Arts Centre in Newport, Wales, in 2002
Noticeboard interpreting the protected wreck at Seaton Carew
A scene on the West Somerset Railway
A reconstruction of a Bronze Age dwelling at Flag Fen

Heritage machinery, such as antique or vintage cars and heritage railways can best be understood and are best accessed and experienced by the public when they are in an operational condition.

Sports car

Car designed with an emphasis on dynamic performance, such as handling, acceleration, top speed, or thrill of driving.

Mazda MX-5, the world's best-selling sports car
1996 Porsche GT2- a model homologated for sports car racing
2-seat layout (Ferrari 458 Spyder)
2+2 layout (Porsche 911)
Bugatti Type 22 (1913)
Sunbeam 12/16 (1914)
Vauxhall Prince Henry (1912)
Alfa Romeo 6C (1929)
Mercedes-Benz SSK (1929)
Riley Nine Imp (1935)
SS Jaguar 100 (1938)
BMW 328 (1938)
Jaguar XK120 Roadster (1948-1954)
AC Ace (1953-1963)
Triumph TR2 (1953-1955)
Austin-Healey Sprite (1958-1961)
MG MGA (1955-1959)
Ferrari 250 GTO
Jaguar E-Type
Lotus Elan Sprint (1970-1973)
Ferrari F40
Lotus Elise (Series 1)
Audi TT (Mk1)
Porsche 918 Spyder
Alfa Romeo 4C
Fiat 124 Spider
Stutz Bearcat Speedster
Mercer Type 35 Raceabout
Chevrolet Corvette (C1)
Ford GT

The decade which followed became known as the vintage era and featured rapid technical advances over the preceding Brass Era cars.

Tourism in Italy

One of the economic sectors of the country.

The Colosseum in Rome, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
The city of Venice, ranked many times as the most beautiful city in the world.
Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence
Sassi di Matera
Milan Cathedral is a busy tourist spot in Milan. It is the world's 4th biggest cathedral and took over five centuries to complete.
The Amalfi Coast seen from Villa Cimbrone, in Ravello, Campania, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Italy.
Islands such as Capri became popular in the late 14th century and first decade of the 19th century
The Forum of Pompeii with Vesuvius in the distance. Pompeii is Italy's third and the world's 48th most visited destination, with over 2.5 million tourists a year.
Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera
Cathedral of Palermo, Sicily
Arena di Verona
Dolomites
Topographic map of Italy
Map of the climate of Italy
Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome
Ferragosto fireworks display in Padua on 15 August 2010
Royal Palace of Caserta
Scrovegni Chapel in Padua
View of the Parco degli Acquedotti in Rome, where there is a large concentration of Roman aqueducts
Sea in Otranto, Apulia
A cruise ship near Venice
Submerged Archaeological Park of Baiae
Rocca Borromeo di Angera, on the shores of Lake Maggiore
Cortina d'Ampezzo in winter
Vesuvius, the only active volcano in Continental Europe.
Langhe hills, Piedmont
Naviglio Grande in Gaggiano, Lombardy
Via Montenapoleone in Milan
Spa in Bormio, Lombardy
Saint Peter's Basilica, Rome
The Via Francigena in Ariano Irpino, Campania
Flamingos in the delta of the Po river
Castellana Caves
Fiera Milano
Venice Film Festival
The traditional recipe for spaghetti with tomato and basil sauce
Italian wine and salumi
Tiramisu
2006 Turin Winter Olympics opening ceremony
Carnival of Venice
Palio di Siena
Valle dei Templi, Sicily
Anversa degli Abruzzi, Abruzzo
Colonne di San Lorenzo in Milan, Lombardy
The rainbow flag flies in Capocotta, a gay-friendly beach on the Italian Mediterranean Sea
The entrance to Gardaland seen from inside the amusement park
Map of the Italian diaspora in the world
University of Bologna, established in AD 1088, is the world's oldest academic institution.
The Fénis Castle, 13th century (Aosta Valley)
Bologna, Emilia Romagna.
View of Lucca, Tuscany, from the Torre Guinigi
Trulli in Alberobello, Apulia.
La Maddalena, Sardinia
Ruins of Herculaneum
San Francesco di Paola, Naples, in Piazza del Plebiscito.
Piazza della Signoria in Florence with the Palazzo Vecchio and the Loggia dei Lanzi
Venice, with the Rialto Bridge in the background.
The Duomo and the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
The Mirror Gallery of the Royal Palace of Genoa.
Mantua, Lombardy.
The Tremezzo Grand Hotel on Lake Como.
Genoa International Boat Show
2019 Italian Grand Prix
Derby della Madonnina (15 February 2009)

the Concorso d'Eleganza Villa d'Este is a Concours d'Elegance event in Italy for classic and vintage cars. It takes place annually near the Villa d'Este hotel in Cernobbio, on the western shore of Lake Como. Since 2011, the event has taken place in the second half of May.

Antique vehicle registration

Examples of Virginia's antique license plates

Antique vehicle registration is a special form of motor vehicle registration for vehicles that are considered antique, classic, vintage, or historic.

The Fast Lady

1962 British comedy film, directed by Ken Annakin.

Original film poster

"The Fast Lady" is the name of a vintage Bentley.