40 Vintage Cars We Almost Forgot About: Tennessee Classic Cars



If you want to add something a bit niche to your collection, check out these forgotten and underappreciated cars from over the years.


1965 Pontiac 2+2

Just look at this beauty! The 1965 Pontiac 2+2 got its name from the fact it could have two people in the front and two in the back, and everyone would fight for the chance to hitch a ride with you in this. Dubbed as the “big brother” of the GTO, this car was built for performance. The 376-horsepower version came with bucket seats and Hurst shifter, so you’d feel like a street racer in this Pontiac. It also did 0-60mph in 7 seconds flat.

1992 Dodge Daytona

This particular car might be the prettiest one on this list. However, its place in automobile history is definitely noteworthy. First being unveiled in the early 1990s, the 1992 Dodge Daytona was best known for having a K chassis, a feature that had a big part to play in keeping Chrysler on the map. Although it hasn’t aged well, its sheer power is worth mentioning. It packed as much of punch as a Mustang while being a cheaper option.

Facel Vega HK500

Although the French company that produced the car is no longer in existence (the factory was shut down in 1964), the cars they produced, and in particular, the Vega HK 500 are worthy of your attention. The Vega HK 500 was based on the Vega FVS, which was first introduced in 1954. The FVS was produced between 1954 to 1959, and in 1962, production continued under a new model name which was the Vega HK 500.


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