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Classic cars in general (and especially older exotics) have a reputation for being, let’s say, just a little finicky. The popular perception is that owners spend at least three hours tinkering for every hour of driving. Not so. Buy a well-kept example of any of the cars on this list and you can be virtually guaranteed of on-demand, drama-free sunny day fun.

  1. 1927-31 Ford Model A: Henry Ford’s successor to the model T is a car that fits nearly anyone’s definition of what a vintage car should be. They’re totally user-friendly to operate (it was the first car with a gas, brake and clutch pedal arranged in the standard fashion), parts are easy to find, and even if you can’t track one down, things like a bottle cork will often do in a pinch.

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