Sneakers are retroed, so why can't cars be? Oh, it's because the technological differences between making a car now and making cars back in the '60s, '70s, and '80s are different? Because you have to have specific lines set up for that specific car? Because it would cost hundreds of millions of dollars? Because none of those cars meet the emissions and safety requirements today?
Yeah, I guess that's true. But we can dream, can't we?
Buying old sneakers and old cars is extremely different. You can't exactly buy a "project" sneaker like you can with an old barn find Chevelle that you could fix up, which makes cars a little better, but we imagine that it's save ages of time and thousands of dollars if there were a world in which we could just line up outside a car dealership for the original model M1. You think sneaker lines are big? Just imagine what they'd look like if there was a limited supply of Aston Martin V8 Vantages being sold.Somehow, we don't imagine they'd be giving out tickets and reservations via Twitter.
Because we're old car souls stuck in the 21st century, we decided to take some time to drool over the cars our parents told us bedtime stories about. Here are 15 Cars We Want Retroed From the '70s.