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Mark Moore poses with some of the trophies he has won driving the No. 33 Chevy coupe.
Mark Moore poses with some of the trophies he has won driving the No. 33 Chevy coupe.
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The good old days...

VINTAGE.

Historically, the most common usage of the word was in reference to the year of origin of a bottle of wine.

Etymologically, it literally refers to wine - to the harvest of grapes. It comes from the old French word "vendage," meaning "yield from a vineyard," and is some 700 years old. (See Online Etymology Dictionary, if you want more details.)

Over time, it took on a positive connotation. In most conversation, "vintage" was a reference to an exceptionally good wine rather than merely an identifier of its production.

Nowadays, the word is frequently used in reference to an older automobile, as a substitute for "antique" or "classic."

For much of the second half of the 20th century,

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