18: They Lack Safety Features
Classic cars were developed in a time when the automotive industry itself was still discovering safety. This means that classic cars don’t have airbags, and many of these cars only had a lap belt for passengers. Suffice to say you aren’t going to have a lot of the necessities when it comes to owning a muscle car. But most drivers of these types of cars don’t care about having the latest safety technology.
But for a brand-new buyer from a different generation, this car is surprising, It should again be noted that it generally isn’t the best idea to use one of these cars for everyday transportation. You probably want to keep your kids safe and a ’69 Camaro might not do it, another of owning a muscle car’s big drawbacks. For thrills and excitement, classic cars are great to keep around.