Lancia 2000 Coupé (1971-1975)Read more
Pininfarina was responsible for this adorable coupé. Arriving in the early 1970’s as a successor to the Lancia Flavia, it had a sleeker front end, a gently arcing belt line and a roof line swooping down in the form of a ‘dovetail’ – later augmented on the Gamma. You only need to set your eyes on this slim…….
Rolls-Royce Camargue (1975-1986)Read more
Long cataloged as the most expensive car in the world, the Rolls Royce Camargue came with the same 6.75lt V8 engine from the Silver Shadow and it developed about 220hp. A distinctive feature on all Rolls Royce’s of the era was a high-pressure hydro pneumatic suspension system licensed from Citroën……..
Chevrolet Corvette C2 Stingray Split-Window (1963)Read more
By the early 1960’s, the Corvette had finally won the battle for top dog with the Ford Thunderbird and was now America’s favoured sports car. Car guys, doctors, pilots, engineers and all well to do people all over America had taken the lightweight-big engine formula of the Corvette…….
Chevrolet Corvette C1 Fuel Injection (1961)Read more
Coming with a muscular 275hp fuel injected V8 that sounds fantastic, its easy to drive and keep up with normal traffic. The 1961 Corvette’s are one of only 118 examples produced that year and came equipped with with independent front suspension……..
Lexus LFA (2011-2013)Read more
Possibly because of its long gestation period, the LSA is a mixture of the spectacular and the ordinary. A single-clutch six-speed sequential gearbox is an archaism in such an otherwise high-tech car…….
Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder SWB (1960-1963)Read more
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and inspiring sports car ever built, the Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder SWB was powered by the famous 3.0lt Columbo V12 that generates 276hp. It was not just a pretty face but a formidable road car……
Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta (1959-1963)Read more
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and inspiring sports car ever built, the Ferrari 250 GT short-wheelbase berlinetta was powered by the famous 3.0-liter Columbo V12 that generates 296hp…….
Jaguar XJ220 (1992-1994)Read more
Jaguar had lost sight of its motorsports heritage of the 1960’s and they needed to update their image and build a homologation special, something wild and daring to compete in Group B racing……
Mercedes W126 560 SEC AMG (1990-1991)Read more
This was AMG’s biggest, bluntest instrument and it came with a massive 6.0 shoved underneath its bonnet. This Merc might be down on horsepower compared with modern cars but packing 385hp, it oozes attitude in a way that modern cars can only dream of…….
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