Classic car: a car included in the 1963 list of classic cars filed with the director by the classic car club of America. The director shall revise the list every five years.
Historic vehicle means any of the following:
1. A vehicle bearing a model year date of original manufacture that is twenty-five years old or older.
2. A vehicle included in a list of historic vehicles filed with the director by a recognized historic or classic vehicle organization during the month of December of each year.
3. A reconstructed vehicle that the director determines, on application by the owner, retains at least the basic original body style as manufactured twenty-five years or more before the date of the application.
Horseless carriage: a motor vehicle manufactured in 1915 or before.
Specially constructed vehicle: a vehicle not originally constructed under a distinctive name, make, model or type by a generally recognized manufacturer of vehicles.
Street rod vehicle: a vehicle with a body design that retains at least the basic original style as manufactured in 1948 or earlier and that has been modified for safe road use.