- Aug 12, 2016
- Reaction score
- United States
Vintage cars have advantages and disadvantages when it comes to dashcams. Upsides are easy powering, no electronics to interfere with in the car, and almost no mounting restrictions. Downsides are trim pieces don't snap on and off, those may be metal so wire shorting needs careful consideration, and that anything electronic looks out of place. IMHO smaller is better here and suction mounting may be better so it can be easily removed and hidden for displaying at car shows etc. Protection needs remain the same keeping in mind that car repairs after a crash will likely encounter a shortage of undamaged replacement parts and much higher costs when they can be found so as always insurance coverage is your real protection- cams only help that process work in your favor.
I just wish my daily driver's had the type of coverage my weekend toys have
A 70 T/A is indeed a oldie by now.
Never been a favorite of mine, but it will be hard for a gear head to dismiss the Firebirds, not least that one made famous by a certain movie
Yeah, she's old, but not the oldest of my cars
Here's my 69 Road Runner
And my 29 Model A
The T/A is actually one of 2 as I'm currently restoring my Ram Air IV, which I've had since I was 18
She's my baby
Drove her all through college and plan on being buried in her
Anyhoo, here's some 360* footage of the Ram Air III in action (view with YouTube app for VR)