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Types of Member Cars


A classic car is an older car, typically 25 years or older, though definitions vary. The common theme is that an older car of historical interest is collectible and tends to be restored rather than scrapped. Classic cars are a subset of a broader category of "collector cars"


Based on the current landscape, a domestic car is usually one with a transmission and engine made domestically and final assembly that happens in the U.S. Around 70% of parts should be made in the U.S. to consider it an American-made car.


The European car manufacturers have a high reputation for their quality-made cars, innovative technologies, and trend-setting marketing and design. As of 2019, the Volkswagen Group is the largest car manufacturer in Europe, followed by Daimler (Germany), BMW (Germany), Peugeot (France), and Renault (France).


Exotic cars are high-performing. They are small only in size but larger than life when it comes to performance. They perform in such a way that it is hard to rival standard cars. They are fitted with monstrous engines, which are the ones that are responsible for their speed.


Most of these vehicles in this group today are Japanese or South Korean owned companies, but India and China are on the move.  India for example, through Tata Motors, owns Jaguar Land Rover. 

South Korea is the home of KIA, Hyundai and Genesis.  Japan is the home to Toyota, Nissan, Lexus, Honda, Acura, Mazda, Subaru and Infiniti, to name a few.  Japanese cars in particular became popular in America because of their reliability, fuel economy and practically, and those are still qualities that people enjoy in the vehicles today.  The high quality of many of these cars has managed to place them high among top cars worldwide.

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