Cars are a big part of us and our lives. We define each other and ourselves according to the car we’re currently driving. It’s a very easy way for us to understand how well we’re doing in life. When I was at Uni, I was driving a Toyota. But now after getting a job and saving for some time, I have a Lexus, which is an upgrade.
And what happens to the ones the old Toyota and Mazda that we stop using? Well, I did the best thing and gave it up for a good cash offer from Origin Cash for Cars in Newcastle
But like most concepts, this one has an exception. There are so many people who are car enthusiasts and like driving old cars. Although according to them, these are defined as vintage, classic, retro, antique and more. What is the exact difference between all these types of cars?
Vintage cars are ones that display the most relevant styles of and pop culture during that era. So, you can call a car ‘a vintage 1920s’.
The 1978 Honda Civic is our favourite vintage example.
Antique cars are the ones that are 100 years old, or older. Anything the age of which cannot be defined but is older than 100 years is supposed to be considered antique according to Apartment Therapy.
You can look at the 1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster as an example.
1955 Jaguar XK140 Roadster
Collector cars are the cars that were only produced on a small scale, or special edition, or with some features that seized after. To give you an easy understanding, these could be cars unique to their time which were bought and maintained after by the owner.
Our example for this one is the 1956 Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing.
Retro Cars are meant to seem like an old car, reviving the looks, or style of older models, while having the latest technology. This is not necessarily an old car; a lot of people only get it for aesthetics.
Jeep CJ 7 seems to be a perfect example for this category.
Why is selling your old car the best thing to do?
Selling your car is one of the best decisions I took for myself. I’ll tell you why
- The cost of maintaining your car is inversely proportional to its novelty. This happens because as soon as you drive your car out of the showroom, it has started to depreciate. If you sell your barely used car in Newcastle right away too, you will not be offered the same price. Plus once you have started to use the car, there is inevitable wear and tear.
It’s better to sell it off before you start incurring extra costs for your car.
- It’s gone, I cannot get it back. This means that because I have sold my car, I do not have to deal with it anymore. Selling to Origin Cash for Cars in Newcastle gave me this benefit. After ample research, I found this car removal company that gave me the best quote for my old car, and also picked it up for free. Not only this, but I also got instant payment in my account as soon as they took the car. They never bothered me again, and I never heard of my car ever again.
- Selling an old car is like when you get rid of a lot of trash that you were putting off for a lot of many weeks. Although old cars don’t (usually) stick as trash would, you get the metaphor. The weight was finally off my chest, and I felt like a free (and rich) person again.
If you are looking at getting rid of your car in Newcastle, you should be getting in touch with Origin Cash for Cars because they have the most efficient and friendly car removal service in town and will pick your car up within 24 hours.
The specialty of Origin Cash for Cars is the expert talent that works as their customer care service who take care of every customer with precision.
Call them at 0426 707 283 and book your appointment today.