DriveShare will let you rent out your classic '57 Chevy

Want to drive a 1937 Packard this weekend? A 1973 VW van? A 1931 Model A? DriveShare has your car. The new company, modeling itself as the “Airbnb of vintage cars,” is now offering a peer-to-peer rental service.

Using a database of more than 1 million vehicles insured by parent company Hagerty, the country’s leader in vintage vehicle insurance, the just-launched DriveShare already has a menu of 300 tasty offerings.

Costing from $99 a day for a Porsche Boxster in Roanoke, Va., to $3,300 a day for a Lamborghini Aventador in Los Angeles’ Venice neighborhood, the vehicles are meant to appeal to vintage car buffs. And the opportunity to make money by renting out one’s vehicle can soften the cost of vintage-car ownership.