The idea of Personal Classics has been in the making before I could drive. Cars have been a part of my life since I was six years old heading out to different car events with my dad. When I received my driver’s licenses, my father shared his 1991 BMW 318is (a.k.a Red Dog) with me. Red Dog taught me how to drive a manual and proper car control by attending local autocrosses.
This led to the mistake that every car guy or girl makes. They sell a car that is special to them and ponder the words “I wish there was a website that would allow me to find my car.” I recently felt this when I had to find my car. Sadly, nothing existed and I was unable to find her after nearly a year of searching.
This led to the idea of Personal Classics. A website that will provide the ability for someone to document and find that special car in their lives. At the same time, it was founded by a group of car enthusiasts who wanted to grow this great hobby. Our goal is to provide a resource for everyone. Whether your goal is to increase the value of your car by documenting its history, sharing the history of an one off classic, finding help to keep your ride on the road, or finding that car that got away – Personal Classics is your resource.
I look forward to learning about your ride.
Head Car Nut