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At PBIS we prefer to use the term ‘collectable car’ since this is more widely embracing. Peugeot 205s, for example are hardly classic cars in the true sense but there is an enthusiasts’ club for them and they are perfectly eligible for classic car schemes. Historically, to qualify for a classic car scheme, the car typically had to be over ten years old and desirable on the grounds of marque or pedigree, but the emergence of schemes for future classics has changed the scene considerably. The market has certainly widened to the extent that cars such as the East German Trabant are now being covered.