Driving your vintage ride is one of the best parts of classic ownership, and having a destination in mind can make the trip that much better. Depending on your car of choice, a trip can be across town or across the country. We want to know where you go when you roll onto the street, close the garage door behind you, and burn a tank or two of fuel.
When I owned a vintage Suzuki while living in McPherson, Kansas, one of my favorite motorcycle rides was to the museum in the next town. Now that I’m in Michigan, the Sinclair station in Cassopolis is a fun stop anytime I get in the car and head south.
1965 Chevrolet Corvair at a vintage Sinclair station in Michigan
You road trip can be big or small—from a friend’s shop to the Smithsonian—but if it gets your car out on the road, it is a good thing. So where do you go when the driveway ends and the highway begins?