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Although buying a classic car can be out of the price range of the majority of drivers' pockets, most could probably afford a day out at an attraction dedicated to vintage vehicles.
The National Motor Museum in Beaulieu, Hampshire, may be worth a look for those seeking inspiration or just a fun day out.
It houses a number of special exhibits, including a 1930 Bentley 4.5-litre supercharged sports car.
Rolls-Royce fans are also catered for with the Silver Ghost, which was first seen in 1906.
It is not the oldest in the showroom, however the Daimler Cannstatt dates back to the late 19th century and looks like a horseless carriage.
Those wishing to view a more recent model could be thrilled at the fact Damon Hill's World Championship-winning F1 test car from 1996 is featured.
Petrolheads more interested in two wheels may also be interested in the motorbike displays, including the Honda 250cc RC162, which has a maximum speed of 136 miles per hour.
Found in Gaydon, Warwickshire, the Heritage Motor Centre could also make for an interesting trip.
A number of Aston Martins are often on show here.