Tim Baxter
Tim Baxter
12/3/07 9:16 a.m.

With different categories for European, American and Japanese classics. Everyody gets some lovin'

4g63t
4g63t
12/3/07 11:11 a.m.

Just another reason why you guys are the best in the automotive magazine business.

Congratulations are in order.

And the answer is Galant VR-4

Nick_95_6sp
Nick_95_6sp
12/3/07 8:30 p.m.

Though not a "classic" in the traditional sense, my answer is currently a '95 Toyota Supra but almost 8 yrs ago before I got it, I had a 4g63t in my '90 Eclipse GS-T that I got new that year, so I have respect for that 4-banger. Before I got enlightened by this "Eastern philosophy" I did own a '67 XKE Roadster for many years so I have the Euro background too = I am so diverse ;)

David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens
12/4/07 12:14 a.m.

Does a 20-year-old Honda count? Okay, guess not by some definitions.

David S. Wallens, editorial director Grassroots Motorsports Classic Motorsports

Tim Baxter
Tim Baxter
12/4/07 7:01 a.m.

Personally, I think a CRX is a bona fide, shoo-in classic.

Scott Lear
Scott Lear
12/4/07 8:46 a.m.

My Integra Type R is about 7 years old, it's gotta be a classic by now, right?

BuddyJ
BuddyJ
12/4/07 12:01 p.m.

My Celica Supra is 22. It's getting up there. If we're gonna race to a certain age, I'm ahead so far ;).

dayton
dayton
12/4/07 7:18 p.m.

my rx7 is 23... so i got buddy beat..lol

BuddyJ
BuddyJ
12/5/07 3:48 p.m.

Crap! Damn you and your magic spinning triangles.

Shinsen774
Shinsen774
12/9/07 4:27 p.m.

There's a Datsun 240Z for sale in today's Richmond, Virginia newspaper. I don't know who owns it, but it is described to be in good condition. It could be yours!

Tim Baxter
Tim Baxter Online Editor
12/10/07 10:55 a.m.

Ok, we tried it, and for now at least we're going to collapse all the geographic regions into one. Of course, we still love the Japanese and American classics as well as the European ones.

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