8 Classic Boomer Cars That Millennials Are Passing Over

First-Generation Ford Mustang

Debuted in 1964 with big V8 engines, various models including Mach 1 and Shelby GT, becoming a muscle car icon.

Chevrolet Corvette C1

Produced from 1953-1962, nearly discontinued but improved by Chevrolet, now an American sports car icon recognized for its historical significance.

Jaguar E-Type

Unveiled in 1961, known for its beauty and potent inline-six engine, initially priced at $5,500, now a highly valuable classic car.

Citroen DS

The DS, with Flaminio Bertoni design and hydropneumatic suspension, introduced mass-produced cars with disc brakes, semi-automatic transmission, power steering, and directional lighting.

1962 Shelby Cobra

Result of a collaboration between Carroll Shelby and AC Cars, featuring a lightened body and Ford V8 engine, renowned for its performance and larger engine variants.

Aston Martin DB5

Immortalized by James Bond films, the DB5 with its 4.0-liter straight-six engine became a legendary Grand Tourer, cementing Aston Martin s reputation.

Ford GT40

Commissioned by Henry Ford II to defeat Ferrari at Le Mans, debuted in 1964, achieving four consecutive wins at Le Mans from 1966-1969.

Lola Mk6

Predecessor to the Ford GT40, built by British manufacturer Lola with a 4.74-liter Ford V8 engine, serving as the foundation for Ford s successful sports car.