Are you planning to buy a vintage car like a Pontiac GTO for example? This is the first American muscle car and Robert St. Thomas is one of the owners. It is just unlucky though that it was stolen. But he was able to get a new one then.

Buying a vintage car entails you to spend a good amount of money. That said, you should consider these rules first:

Basically, a vintage car is a used car. Since it is usually manufactured decades ago, you can hardly find a brand new vintage car these days. Most of them are already owned by another person and perhaps, just restored.

Admit it, buying a used car is not an investment but a hobby. This is why only those with money usually buy vehicles like these. This is because vintage cars are generally expensive.

Knowing that it is not cheap, you have to ensure that it is inspected by a pro. As mentioned, this is a vehicle that is manufactured from decades ago thus it is understandable of there are defects already. However, this should be detected right away if you have a pro check on it before paying for it.

If you will see rust on the vehicle, you should go away right away. When it comes to rust, restoring the vehicle will most unlikely become a success.

You have to consider if you will drive the car or not. One thing though, most of the time, classic cars are for display only as their value will easily depreciate once taken on the road.

There is a reason why a well- made man like Robert St. Thomas will choose to retain a vintage muscle car. It is just too precious to let go!