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Which Classic Cars Are Most Likely To Be Involved In An Accident?

Which Classic Cars Are Least Likely To Be Involved In An Accident

Here at CPR Liverpool we are experts in refurbishing and repairing bodywork on classic cars. But which classic cars are most likely to be involved in an accident and need scuffs, scrapes and dents fixing?

Which classic cars are most likely to be involved in an accident?

It’s true that owners of classic cars are less likely to have a road accident than drivers of newer cars. But that’s not to say accidents don’t happen. Here are some of the classics that pop up in insurance claims.

  1. Chevrolet Corvette

The Corvette has been around since 1953 and is a popular choice for fans of American classics.

  1. TVR Griffith 500

Under the bonnet of the Griffith 500 is a powerful 5.0-litre that produces 340 horsepower and 350lb ft of torque. That makes it a challenge in wet weather and might account for its presence on this list.

  1. Rolls-Royce Corniche

Although luxury cars tend to be driven with care, they can still attract scuffs and scrapes. The Corniche, basically a two-door Silver Shadow, was once Britain’s most expensive car.

  1. Ford Mustang

Until very recently, Mustangs were not officially available in the UK. Older models are left-hand-drive imports which can make spotting hazards trickier.

  1. Mercedes-Benz SLK

A modern classic car that can be picked up for less than £2,000 but shop around as they may be hiding badly repaired accident damage.

  1. Porsche Boxster S

Dating back to 1996, the Boxster is a lower cost alternative to the 911. This model, the 3.2-litre Boxster S was launched in 2000.

  1. Nissan Figaro

This Japanese car was based on the Micra but was a popular ‘grey import’ in the UK thanks to its retro styling.

  1. BMW Z3

Another post-2000 two-seater sports car which shot to stardom with a role in James Bond’s adventure “Goldeneye”.

  1. TVR Tuscan

The 1960s Tuscan name was brought back in the new millennium with the Speed Six range.

  1. Jaguar XK8

And at number one: The Jaguar XK8. Another powerful modern classic that can be a costly car to fix.

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