Classic cars are a dime a dozen. You can go to any classic car show and see hundreds of them, all lined up in rows and shiny as the day they were born. But what about unique classic cars? Unique cars that stand out from the crowd? Those are rarer than you think. Here are just some of my favorites:
Unique Classic Cars Subaru Baja
The Subaru Baja is a unique classic cars. It’s not like other cars, and it’s not as popular. The Baja was built to be different than other cars, so it has its own unique style.
The Subaru Baja first came out in 1991 with the Loyale model as its base platform but only lasted until 1994 when they stopped production on them completely due to poor sales numbers that year (only 1,500 were sold).
Unique Classic Cars Oldsmobile Starfire
The Oldsmobile Starfire was a two-door hardtop that was produced by Oldsmobile from 1964 to 1966. The Starfire was based on the Chevrolet Corvair 95 series with a redesigned front end and rear deck lid.
The Starfire nameplate was originally used on an upscale trim package for Pontiac’s Bonneville in 1961, but it did not survive past that year. In 1964, GM resurrected the nameplate for another upscale trim package available on certain Buick LeSabre models (alongside Park Avenue) as well as Oldsmobile’s Ninety-Eight Holiday Coupe Special Edition (which was actually just an upscale version of their standard Ninety-Eight Classic 4-door sedan).
Unique Classic Cars AMC Eagle
The AMC Eagle is a car that was produced by the American Motors Corporation. It was designed to compete with other muscle cars like the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, but it was based on an existing model: The AMC Hornet.
The Eagle was available from 1974 to 1988 and came in three different body styles: two-door hatchback coupe, four-door sedan/hardtop coupe, or convertible (with removable T-tops). You could get it with either a manual or automatic transmission; most people went for automatics because they were easier to drive on long trips without getting tired from shifting gears yourself!
There were many versions of this model over those years from base models all the way up to high-performance versions called SC/Rambler Rebel SSTs which had huge engines under their hoods so they could go really fast…and sound cool while doing so.
Unique Classic Cars Pontiac Tempest Nomad
The Pontiac Tempest Nomad was a station wagon version of the Pontiac Tempest that was produced from 1964 to 1966. It was available in two-door and four-door models, but all were built on a 112-inch wheelbase chassis. The Nomad had an optional V8 engine under the hood which gave it plenty of power to haul around its cargo comfortably!
Unique Classic Cars Plymouth Scamp
The Plymouth Scamp is a unique classic cars that is an American model. It was manufactured from 1964 to 1966 and was a compact car, with 2 doors and 4 seats. The engine of this vehicle had 4 cylinders and could reach speeds up to 60 miles per hour (mph).
These Cars Are a Little Bit Different from Other Unique Classic Cars
You’re probably thinking, “What makes these cars so special?” Well, they are a little bit different from other unique classic cars. They may not be as well-known as some of the more popular models out there and they might not sell for as much money either, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t worth owning or driving!
There are so many unique classic cars out there, and we wanted to highlight some of our favorites. We hope you enjoyed reading about these four cars and learning about their interesting features. If you want to learn more about any of them or find a dealer near you, check out our website!