A car that is clearly a classic car in its day could be one that has just been restored or has been thoroughly serviced.
Auto mechanic memes, for instance, have become popular in recent years thanks to the success of restoration videos.
And a mechanic meme is simply a way of saying a car looks well-preserved.
In fact, some automotive enthusiasts are even asking the question: What’s the earliest car in history that is completely new and clean?
We asked our friends at The Drive to find out, and here’s what they came up with.1.
1958 Corvette Stingray: A good look at a good car is hard to find.
There are some classics that are really nice, but there are a lot of things that look a little dated.
For example, the 1962 Corvette Stingrays were designed to compete with the Corvette Coupe and the 1967 Cadillac DeVille, two very different cars that had different styling.
However, many of the details from these cars are still visible on the 1962 model, and the 1968 Corvette Stingradas are still going strong.
So the best way to find that vintage Corvette is to look at it through the lens of a car that looks good today.2.
1962 Chevy Malibu: The Malibu was introduced in 1962 and made a name for itself with its stylish styling.
The Malibuses were also very fast and fun to drive, thanks to a rear-wheel drive system.
The styling of the Malibu has been restored to a more classic look, with modern-looking body panels, wheels and tires.
But for a true vintage Malibu, the 1964 Malibu model is the one to look for.
The 1966 Malibu is still in production, but the 1965 Malibu and 1966 Corvette StingRay were both completely redesigned and new models that featured a larger engine.3.
1962 Porsche 911 Turbo: The 911 Turbo was introduced to the world in 1962.
Although the car is not technically a race car, the 911 Turbo’s design and styling were very distinctive and appealing.
The car had a sleek, streamlined body, with large black headlights and a big windshield.
The 911’s racing heritage was even apparent on the 911 GT2 racing car that competed at the 1966 Nürburgring 24 hours of the Nurburgring.
The 1965 911 GT1 was also a race winner, so the 1965 911 Turbo will definitely have its fans.4.
1966 Chevrolet Malibu Convertible: The 1967 Malibu convertible was also designed with the race-car aesthetic in mind.
The convertible’s styling was also influenced by the 1963 Malibu’s styling.
And the 1966 Malibues design also has a little something for everyone in the 1970s.
The 1969 Malibu Coupe Convertible has its own distinctive look, too, and it is still used by some serious drag racers today.5.
1968 Chevrolet Maliburton: The 1968 Malibu coupe had a lot going for it, including a huge engine, a wide body, a very well-built suspension and an excellent price.
The 1968 model also had a new, modern rear-engine, front-wheel-drive system.
So it was not a car for everyone.
However the Maliburons were very popular among drag racer’s, and they were also a good deal at the time.
The 1970s Malibue was a very popular model, too.
The best way for someone to find an original Malibu car is to take a look at the history of the car.
You can find photos of the cars from the era online.
But be sure to check with your local car dealer first, because some dealers may not have an original copy of the original car.