There have been around 2,500 vehicle businesses in the United States alone since 

Henry Ford and his rivals began experimenting with "horseless carriages" in 1903;

there are currently about 50. Every Cadillac is surrounded by Pontiacs, and every

Hummer EV is surrounded by Hummer OGs. Many of these out-of-production cars continue to have substantia

 fan bases: According to Hagerty Inc., an insurance business for collectibles,

almost one in five enthusiast vehicles (either vintage or extremely rare autos) are produced by

per kilowatt hour every day between 11 p.m. by the provincial government's new