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Hi I can't wait to hear about the WLA build I am sure it will take a while to complete....
 

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This.... From the web
Typically, how old is a classic car?
The age of classic cars can vary considerably, and there are several definitions regarding how old a car must be before it becomes a classic.

HMRC defines classics as being over 15 years old with a list price of at least £15,000, but to be tax exempt, the classic must be at least 40 years old. The Antique Automobile Club of America notes classics must be older than 25 years (with cars over 45 years old known as antiques), whereas insurance providers have a wide range of classifications.

As such, answering how hold classic cars are is an imperfect art, although generally, a classic can be any age as long as it’s older than the majority of cars on the road, was built after 1946 (prior to that, a car is in vintage territory), is no longer in production and has been deemed a classic by the motoring community.
 
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