They say The Rolling Stones never retired. From 1963's “Come On” to this year’s “Hate to See You Go,” the band’s artistry evolved in one long, winding progression – kind of like the Mother Road, only with staff lines instead of lane lines. But at this point, a half century removed from The Stones’ first recording, which songs are now best defined as classic rock and which are contemporary? Which are destined to become modern classics? The same might be asked of collectible cars and motorcycles.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2016/12/20/define-modern-classic