They don't make 'em like they used to. Especially when it comes to automobiles and the car features that they possess. In many regards, that's a good thing. Fuel efficiency has improved, electric cars roam city streets, satellite radio is awesome, safety has increased. That being said, vintage cars have a certain style and cool that is lacking in modern vehicles. Features such as the colors were brighter, the bodies were more distinct, and the details went on the exterior, not on the digital dashboard. So many classic television shows were known for their memorable cars.\u00a0Every time we see a Corvette cruise on\u00a0Route 66 we get tingly. Here are 13 trends we wish would come back in auto manufacturing. Which car features do you miss most? 1) Hood ornaments Thinkstock From the rockets of Oldsmobile to leaping marlins and jaguars, these beautiful statues led you on towards the horizon. 2) White wall tires Thinkstock They turn your car into a tuxedo. 3) Tailfins Thinkstock The more rocket-like, the better. 4) Spare tires on the exterior Thinkstock A donut on the side door is\u00a0old, old school, but we're fond of the spares on the rears of old Lincolns as well. 5) Car radios with buttons and knobs like cigarette machines Thinkstock When you pushed those presets, you had to\u00a0really\u00a0push those presets. Who has more than seven favorite stations anyway? 6) Bench seats Thinkstock They don't all need be "Nassau Plaid." We just miss being able to lie down flat in a car. 7) The color of blue sky Thinkstock Well, those legendary Chevys of the 1950s dubbed it "Larkspur Blue." Still, why do new cars have to be color of rocks and coffee? Continue on to the final page to see the rest of the classic features we miss! 8) Projecting tail lights Thinkstock Everything was projecting out of everything. It may not be aerodynamic but it\u00a0looks\u00a0faster. 9) Quarter glass windows Thinkstock Sometimes you just want a little bit of window open. 10) Vinyl interiors Thinkstock Note: People in hot climates may beg to differ. 11) Wood panelling Thinkstock Artisanal is trendy. Why not wide the side panel of your car? 12) Wooden steering wheels Thinkstock Ditto for the interior. 13) Chrome. Everywhere. Thinkstock Perhaps it's the raccoon in us, but we love shiny. Credit Related: 15 Of The Most Iconic Cars Of The 70s Can You Match the Car to the Movie?