Today's cars are straight out of the future. Some can drive themselves, some can park themselves, some can make you money, some can *gulp* be hacked. Pretty soon, they'll be flying and diving too. The sky isn't the limit anymore.
If this tech is overwhelming, it's ok. We've come up with a list of vintage car sites you'll love. These sites will take you back to a time when there was no GPS, no texting and driving, and no hacking fears.
Classic Car Blog
How's this for classic? There aren't any automobiles in the Classic Nation Car Blog made after 1972. You can find classic cars, muscle cars, hot rods and more with this handy site, whether you're looking at a project out of curiosity or looking to buy.
What might be more interesting is a section called "Barn Finds." Here, the site's users submit photos of random cars they find "overgrown with bushes" or in an old abandoned storage unit and see if the community can provide any answers.
Join the other Message Boards for conversations on your favorite makes and models, get advice for restoration projects, and more.
Just like the name implies, Hemmings Daily is a daily blog log-jammed like bad traffic with fun throwbacks, news, profiles and daily fun finds.
You can also see what's for sale in the classifieds section, check the worldwide events calendar, check out the daily blog, or shop in the store for calendars and other gear and books.