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1995 McLaren F1

2024 strikes a unique year for Woodside Credit’s classic car finance program. Vehicles made in 1999 have had their 25th birthday, and officially fit into Woodside’s classic car loan program. It’s cool to say that Woodside now finances any vehicle from the 1990s between a selling price of $20,000 to $1,000,000+ with favorable terms and low payments.

The 1990s were pivotal in the automotive world for several reasons. Notably, it marked Porsche’s significant shift from air-cooled to water-cooled engines with their models. This change represented a fundamental shift in engineering philosophy and practice, impacting performance, reliability, and the overall driving experience.

But Porsche wasn’t the only marque making waves. The Acura NSX continued to captivate with its blend of performance, style, and reliability, embodying the spirit of Japanese engineering excellence. Yet, the automotive richness of the 90s extended far beyond these examples, encompassing a suite of supercars and exotic vehicles that pushed the boundaries of what was possible.

Let’s explore some of the most notable automobiles from 1999:

Ferrari moderna in red with city in the background, a candidate for Woodside's classic car loan program
Photo via Wikipedia | Alexandre Prevot Photographie

Ferrari 360 Modena

Introduced to replace the F355, the 360 Modena featured a new all-aluminum space-frame chassis, a 3.6-liter V8 engine, and was significantly lighter than its predecessor. It was a leap forward in terms of performance and handling for Ferrari.

Lamborghini diablo in red, available for woodside's collector car loan program
Photo via Wikipedia

Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0

While the Diablo line was introduced in the early ’90s, the VT 6.0 version came out around the 2000 model year, closely following 1999. It featured a 6.0-liter V12 engine and represented the peak of the Diablo’s evolution with improved performance and drivability.

Orange Mclaren F1, one of the best models from the 1990s, also available for the woodside credit collector car loan program.
Photo via Wikipedia

McLaren F1 LM

A limited edition to honor the five McLaren F1 GTRs that competed in the 1995 Le Mans, the F1 LM (LM for Le Mans) was a road-going version but with performance that closely matched the race cars. Although the F1 itself debuted in the early ’90s, the LM versions were among the most exclusive.

Classic Pagani Zonda, the most exotic collector car to launch in 1999.
Photo via Wikipedia

Pagani Zonda C12

The Zonda C12, Pagani’s first production model, made its debut in 1999. Powered by a Mercedes-Benz AMG V12 engine, it was known for its breathtaking performance and distinctive design, quickly establishing Pagani as a major player in the exotic car realm.

Backside of a classic porsche carrera, Woodside's top classic vehicle to finance with Woodside Credit.
1990 Porsche 911 Carrera pictured. Photo via Wikipedia.

Porsche 911 GT3 (996)

Introduced in 1999, the GT3 version of the Porsche 911 (996 generation) was a high-performance variant focusing on track capability and driving purity. It featured a naturally aspirated flat-six engine and was praised for its precision and agility.

front rim of a 1990s dodge viper in red.

Dodge Viper GTS

The Viper was in its second generation by 1999, with the GTS model being celebrated for its aggressive styling and the raw performance of its V10 engine. While not as refined as some of its European counterparts, it offered an undiluted driving experience.

All these vehicles each brought something unique to the classic and collector car markets, from technological advancements and performance breakthroughs to distinctive designs and driving experiences. The 1999 model year was a memorable period for automotive enthusiasts, and Woodside is proud to offer the lowest payments in America on all classic vehicles from the 90s.

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