One of the most classic American muscle cars in history.
Equipped with a 390ci v8 engine, rated at a whopping 320hp.
Rear wheel drive, and with the choice of a 3 or 4 speed manual.
The car represented the first redesign for mustang
iconic rage for old mustangs
that exists today.
The Lamborghini Miura. There are many reasons this car deserves to be called a classic automobile. At the time of its launch in 1966, with a v12 engine, 380hp, and a 5 speed manual transmission it was the fastest production road car available. It is also considered by many to be the vehicle that inspired the trend of high performance, two-seater, mid-engined sports cars. The Miura remained Lamborghini’s flagship car until production ceased in 1972.
The 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO. Engineered with the sole purpose of racing as a grand touring car in mind. Only 39 of these cars were ever manufactured. 4 liter 300hp v12 engine with a 5 speed manual transmission. At an estimated $38.1 million this car was deemed most expensive car in the world in May 2012. As it's been placed first on Motor Trends Classic's list of greatest ferraris of all time. The Ferrari 250 GTO has made its name as one of the biggest classic cars in history.
The 1959 Cadillac Eldorado. At the time a big competitor of the Lincoln Mark series. As a 2 door 5 seater convertible with a v8 engine rated at 345hp and a 3 speed automatic transmission this car was at the tip of technology at the time. That along with its sleek body style was what put Cadillac on the map and started their long career of luxury cars.
The 1969 Chevy Camaro SS, marked the last of the first generation of iconic Camaros and is arguably the most popular. The Sport Coupe was longer and wider this year, had bucket seats, carpeting, and improved Astro Ventilation System. It also featured entirely new, more aggressive looking sheet metal and revised grille. The SS had the highest grade engine of all the Camaro's that year, with a 396 cid/375-hp V-8 w/ Aluminum Heads and a 5 speed manual transmission.
The McLaren P1, manufactured in 2014. Successor of the famous McLaren F1. The P1 is a superhero among supercars: aerodynamic and beautiful body style, heroically powerful, stratospherically expensive, and—here’s the one drawback—unavailable. That’s because all 375 examples of the million-dollar plus, 903-hp gas/electric hybrid land rocket have been sold. The technology amazes: There’s a 3.8-liter 727-hp V-8 paired with a 177-hp electric motor, hydro-pneumatic suspension, electro-hydraulically assisted steering, and a top speed of 249mph (electronic limiter exempt). Ah, to be rich...