It doesn’t always have to be a Mercedes SL R129 or a Porsche 911-996. In other words, if you like old tin and nostalgic experiences of the past, you don’t need to spend tens of thousands of euros on the spur of the moment.
No, it’s cheap too! And even then, you’re guaranteed to look appreciative, friendly and enthusiastic – because wallflowers, the basic model and the 1990s outsider have one thing in common: they create closeness, not distance. There are two reasons for this: 1. Many people still remember driving one or the other. And 2. it doesn’t look like Count Koks when you go round the corner in a first-generation Audi 80, Fiat Punto Cabrio or Citroën Xantia. But like the one sitting on a park bench, opening a shop door or pedaling.
This is especially evident in the case of cheap youth: classic car drivers are diplomats in the service of understanding means of transport: they mediate between cyclists, pedestrians and motorists by evoking sympathetic feelings. And fight the hatred that is everywhere on the street with warm togetherness!