What’s The Farthest You’ve Driven In A Classic Car?
Lately, it seems classic car owners have been about going the distance. We recently featured William Medcalf’s Bentley, who talks of traveling thousands of miles non-stop for 66 hours—literally crossing a desert—in nearly a century-old car. There’s the family crossing the world in their classic, and our friends are about to take a Mini Cooper to Mongolia.
Given the time, ability, and vehicle, long-term or merely long-distance travel in a classic is a bucket list item according to the people who’ve done it. Even experiencing the Mille Miglia or participating in a multi-day rally is to be applauded—cars were made to be driven, right?
If you’re looking for someone to give you permission to drive your beloved over a long distance, you have mine. And if you’re planning on crossing the Gobi Desert or similar, we’ll be honored to cheer you on.
What’s the farthest you’ve driven in a classic car?