This article is presented in partnership with Fast Lane Classic Cars

The 1958 Plymouth Fury from the movie Christine used to be one of the big screen dream cars. Now, it’s the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am from Smokey and The Bandit or the 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 from Back to the Future. The classic car industry is changing lanes.

The experts at Fast Lane Classic Cars are gearing up for this change in the classic car industry. The team is buying different cars today than they were just three years ago, General Manager Dan Hillebrandt says. A new generation of car lovers — Generation X — is looking to restore nostalgia. As Gen X enters the classic car industry, the cars of the ’50s and ’60s that made the classic car industry what it is today are becoming a thing of the past.

The cars of the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s are becoming the sought after collectables. This generation is the new classic car customer, and Fast Lane Classic Cars is in tune with its new clientele. Whether it’s restoring a first car, or locating a dream car, the professionals at Fast Lane Classic Cars can help. The team is experienced in mechanical and system services, restoration and modification services, and interior and maintenance. In addition to services, Fast Lane Classic Cars also has an extensive inventory that serves a variety of automobile interests.

The business is always interested in purchasing this new generation of cars. They both consign and buy cars to add to their inventory—all makes, models, and years of low mileage vehicles. Some of the most popular cars in the last few months have been uncommon vehicles such as a 1972 Ford F100 that was an original Forest Service truck. These next-generation cars sell quickly.

If you are still partial to a set of ’50s or ’60s wheels, these cars are still on the market at Fast Lane Classic Cars, and at lower prices. If you already own an older classic, the team is skilled in restoring older models while adding modern elements, like air conditioning, that make the collectibles more comfortable and enjoyable. 

While the industry is experiencing a generational change, Fast Lane Classic Cars still serves a variety of automotive needs, whether that’s a 1966 Ford Shelby Mustang or the Back to the Future 1981 DeLorean DMC-12.