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Car History From Italy

1860-1945 Used Car History Period

Italian design did not grow out of specialization. From the Vespa scooter to the Sacco beanbag, from the inflatable Blow chair and Olivetti's red Valentine typewriter to Alessi's Conica espresso maker, most of Italy's design classics were created by self-taught designers. None of the people responsible for Italian design's mythic aura had ever studied "design'a field that didn't even exist in Italy's schools until the 1980s. Instead, they are architects, artists, engineers, chemists, aircraft builders, and race car drivers.
Less surprisingly, all of those icons of Italian design were made after 1945. After the end of Fascism, every part of Italian culture was swept with the desire to build a new, democratic country.

The Italian automobile industry developed more rapidly, though its output of luxury limousines and race cars was reserved for a small, wealthy clientele. Fiat was founded in 1899, followed by Lancia in 1905 and Alfa Romeo in 1909. These companies combined progress and tradition in a peculiar mix: while technological achievements and division of labor in the manufacturing process pointed forward into the new century, their cars' interiors displayed the pompous opulence the old century had felt at home in. The Fiat Zero, introduced in 1912, marked a turning point. The Italian answer to Ford's Model T, it followed the American principle of lower cost through mass production.

Efficient industrial production after the American model became increasingly common, particularly among the large automobile manufacturers. Adopting the streamlined look, car-body designers such as Pinin Farina and Bertone applied it to such luxury models as Lancia's Aprilia Coupe, the Fiat 1500, and the Alfa 6 C 2300 "Pescara" Coupe. In 1936, Fiat took a more important step, introducing a car that had been designed for social reasons, not spectacular looks. The Fiat 500, priced at a widely affordable 8,900 lire, was the world's smallest car and quickly became ubiquitous on Italy's roads. By 1948,150,000 of the "Topolini"had been sold.

1946-1965 Used Car History Period

The automobile industry was a major client for Italy designers. With their genius for elegant and occasionally spectacular details, the car body designers Pinin Farina and Bertone were celebrated as the automobile's haute couturiers. Cars like Pinin Farina's 1947 Cisitalia, with its voluptuous curves, and the sleek 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider became the embodiment of motorized luxury. While the former racecar driver Enzo Ferrari focused on producing speedy sports cars. Fiat concentrated on building mid-sized and compact models. Fiat's 1957 introduction of the Nuovo 500, an updated version of the old Topolino, turned countless Italians into motorists. "Italians wanted cars, and would have accepted the smallest space, as long as it was on four wheels," Dante Giacosa, the little vehicle's creator, wrote in his memoirs.

1980-1999 Used Car History Period

In the automotive industry, where high production costs demand a certain predictability of success, design followed other criteria. Giorgetto Giugiaro was representative of a new generation of car designers. Progressive and service-oriented, his focus was not on luxury models but, after the oil crises of the 1970s, on lower-priced compact and mid-sized cars. The stripped-down 1980 Fiat Panda and the 1983 Fiat Uno still displayed a distinctively Italian flair and were hugely popular with young, upwardly mobile Europeans, a testament to Giugiaro's subtle instinct for stylistic details and trends.

Car History From U.S.

In 1923, 30 years after the start of mass car production, some 15 million vehicles were registered in the world, and over 80 percent of those were in the USA. This may come as no surprise to either those who live in America or to those who have visited it, because the country is vast.

As the land became increasingly populated during the 19th and 20th century, it demanded more forms of transport, and between 1805 and 1942 there were simply thousands of different car manufacturers in and out of business. Some produced just the one model before succumbing to failure; others, like Henry Ford, went from strength to strength. Ford invented the production line and literally flooded the market with cheap Model Ts, which became the backbone of the American car industry between 1913 and 1927.

In fact, of the 12 million vehicles registered in the USA in the early 1920s, over half were Fords, which shows just how popular and significant the Model T was.

But there were standout vehicles prior to the Ford's Tin Lizzy Model T. The Stutz Bearcat, which this book starts with, was remarkable, even though today it looks like a vintage car with barely enough power to beat a jogging pace. In fact, the Bearcat could travel at 80 mph (129 km/h) and cruise at 60 mph (97 km/h), making it one of the supercars of its day. And it was built to such a degree that when, in 1915, one customer returned his car, complaining that the new 16v overheadcam engine was no good, Harry C. Stutz gave the car to dare-devil motorcyclist Erwin 'Cannonball' Baker, who consequently drove across America on little more than dirt tracks, doing 3.700 miles (5,953 km) at an average of 13.7 mph (22 km/h), taking just over 11 days to complete the trip and breaking every record in the process, with a broken shock-absorber clip the only casualty! This feat swamped the manufacturer with orders, and it was only the attempt at floating the company on the US stockmarket which eventually destroyed the brand.


FINANCIAL ASSETS

It was the Wall Street Crash of 1929 which also saw the end of the revolutionary Cord L29, so called as it was launched in 1929. Head of the company, Erret Lobban Cord, worked his engineers and designers hard to come up with the car in just eight months, even though, as a great salesmen, he embellished the truth and said the prototype had taken years of development. That car used a frontwheel-drive configuration, the first for any production vehicle, though racers had used it previously and had been beating rearwheel-drive machines. What Cord did was make the FWD set-up workable with a tight turning circle and strong chassis, while creating a car which was beautiful in proportion and very low because it didn't require a transmission tunnel.

It was E.L. Cord who also headed the Duesenberg company, having acquired it in 1926. He ordered the engineers to make a car which would rival the best in the world. They duly did with the Model J, and not just the car but the model gained a reputation for being the finest the US had ever produced. But here was another victim of Wall Street, while the larger manufacturers soldiered on.

Chevrolet was one of those giants, and the company had, since 1912, tried to produce more innovative cars than Ford and, hence, top their sales figures. Ford had been at the top of the sales in the US car market since 1906, and they were to stay there until 1926. The following year Chevrolet won over buyers through its Capitol series, and partly because of the ageing design of the Model T. The following years saw Chevrolet offer four-wheel brakes and a six-cylinder engine over Ford's four, which again put the brand at the top of the sales pile. But Ford were able to hit back with full Model A production (after initial delays) in 1929 and 1930, though the see-saw continued in 1931 with a new series from Chevrolet called Independence. So it went on, though Chevy had the better grab of the market until World War II.


POST-WAR DEVELOPMENT

Both the crash of 1929 and World War II sorted the wheat from the chaff in the car market, and saw many names either disappear altogether or be swallowed up by bigger companies. However they went, far fewer made it through to the late 1940s, but it remained a significant time in car production. Technology was fast developing and the engineering practices became more refined as, more than ever, costcutting was essential in an increasingly competitive market. Developments in casting techniques led to stronger and lighter components which cost less to make, plus advances in fuel refinement meant that engines could produce more power reliably.

But the post-war period was certainly not about gearing down; it was about gearing up for an increasing number of drivers, and that brought about more diverse machines as an offshoot. Unusual cars like the Studebaker Champion came along, as did unlikely collaborations such as that between the American George Mason, president of Nash, and Briton Donald Healey, who simply met on the Queen Elizabeth liner and decide to make the Nash Healey car between them for the US market.

Cars like the 1949 Mercury defined a new way for styling, because, like the Fords of the same year, they used slab sides. This marked them out as quite radical to the separately tendered cars which dated back to the 1940s, and even 1930s in some cases. Another significant move for the era was provided by Hudson, who introduced their Step Down chassis which allowed their cars to sit much lower and, therefore, have a lower centre of gravity, which improved handling immensely.

The early 1950s saw the rise and rise of chrome on cars, as an increasingly opulent society flourished in the States. The more chrome you had, it seemed, the more successful you were in life. But chrome wasn't the only addition, as many of the cars of the time were designed by stylists who took their influence from the transport industry in general, and therefore used ideas from both planes and trains of the era. Cars were given bold noses and fintailed rears, and arguably the most celebrated of these brash vehicles was the Cadillac Series 62 of 1959. With fins over 1 ft (0.3 m) high and twin bullet lenses protruding rearwards, the 1959 Caddy was every bit a design icon and easily rates among the top five of all-time American classics.

The 1950s also saw the birth of two American sports cars: Ford's Thunderbird and Chevrolet's Corvette. Again the two companies were fighting for the same market, but fortunately it was a huge one and sales of both vehicles flourished; at least the Corvettes did after a couple of years in production, and once Chevrolet had slotted in their new compact small-block V8 of nearly 275 ci (4.5 litres). The Americans then had some serious sports machine on their hands, enough to give plenty of sleepless nights to the European bosses of Ferrari and Jaguar.


THE V8 AND MUSCLE BOOM

Performance became a big part of car-marketing in the 1950s and 1960s. While the sporty two-seaters from two major manufacturers were indeed fast (the Corvette held the fastest production-car record for some years), the sedans weren't exactly far behind. Engine displacement had been getting larger ever since the war, and Chrysler had been adding cubic inches as well as developing their engines internally. The advent of their 'Hemispherical' design combustion chamber left other manufacturers reeling at the outputs possible, though fortunately for them, the engines were designed for full-sized sedans, and hence all the performance was needed to stay level with other, lighter vehicles.

Other manufacturers began to add the cubic inches, but it was the unlikely and fairly staid Pontiac who really came up with the goods in 1964. That year, John DeLorean was the general manager, and he knew that America's youth weren't satisfied with the cars that had pleased their parents in the previous decade. Hence, when a young advertising executive in the business, Jim Wangers, approached him about a concept which involved fitting the company's 389 ci (6.3-litre) engine in the mid-sized Le Mans/Tern pest bodyshell, DeLorean gave it the go-ahead immediately and, in doing so, created the muscle car. Called the GTO after the Ferraris of the same name, it was an instant success, and this sent shockwaves through the industry as manufacturers scrabbled to jump on the bandwagon and grab a share of the booming market.

Ford were ahead of most because they were already in the process of producing a new model, and it was to be in the same vein as the GTO, but much more readily available to America's youth. The Mustang stole the show as soon as it was released: it was truly a sensation, and very few cars since have created such an impression. While based on the rather ordinary Falcon, the new sheet metalwork was striking, and the name Mustang was a marketing dream as it conjured images of the hard-working steeds of the American cowboys: fast, tough and entirely dependable. The fact that the car came in coupe, fastback and convertible styles merely added to the all-round appeal.

Chevrolet and, later, both Dodge and Plymouth, produced cars to rival the Ford's new machine and all became known, after the Mustang, as pony cars. But later in the 1960s the barebones nature of many muscle cars developed with the market as young people grew older. They wanted more creature comforts and hence later muscle cars became more refined. The power remained, of course, and both Dodge and Plymouth made a big impression on the market, not just with the Hemi 426 ci (6.9-litre) motor, but with 440 ci (7.2-litre) Wedge engines and torquey small-blocks powering compact fastbacks such as the Challenger. But this was all about to change.

FUEL AND ENVIRONMENT

The muscle era peaked in 1970, but while these boulevard bruisers were busy burning fossil fuels, environmentalists were growing increasingly unhappy with pollution and, with Americans being by far the biggest users of internal combustion-engined vehicles, they were targeted. This led to the introduction of lead-free fuel and, due to the lack of refinement in this new fuel, cars' compression ratios needed to be decreased. Hence power outputs dropped and sales slumped. The fuel crisis of 1973 further depressed the market and most manufacturers simply withdrew their muscle cars.

The following years of the 1970s marked several changes, the most prominent being the development of smaller and therefore more lightweight models, which had improved fuel economy. By the middle of that decade the country also saw import cars on a severe rise, with Golf's new hatchback of 1975 making big impressions on the youth of America and also those who were more practically minded. The US didn't sit on its laurels for too long, introducing its own compact cars which won over buyers, even though they had no performance bias. Somewhat tamer muscle cars were still built during the 1970s, it's just that they were in far fewer numbers (though they are mentioned in this book) and weren't hyped as much by the manufacturers.

As the 1980s dawned, computer technology found its way into cars and made them far more efficient. The bonus was with computer engine-management that power could be found while keeping the cars environmentally friendly, hence the whole performance saga went off with a bang again early that decade. Ford released a new Mustang in 1979 and it steadily gained more power through the 1980s, while Chevrolet were close on their heels with the Camaro in its third-generation guise.

Turbo technology also had its part to play at this time, as factory cars found the sort of power usually associated with muscle cars, but with engines far smaller and many times more efficient. What it all led to is one of the greatest car-producing decades with the 1990s. More than ever, cars became easier to produce with computer aid. And while the days of chrome and huge engine-displacement might be long gone, America remains at the forefront of car production with the biggest car companies in the world, which looks promising for many future classics.

Finally, throughout the decades covered in this site, many one-off specials built by individuals or small companies have been produced. Hot rodders who have developed their cars for speed and style, drag racers who have simply built for the fastest acceleration possible, and cruisers who have put style way ahead of content, are all praised here. It is they who, along with the manufacturers, have kept the American classics alive and will continue to do so in the years ahead.

 

Used Car & Car Parts History

Auto History in Italy

1892 Pirelli founded in Milan
1899 Fiat founded
1905 Lancia founded
1910 Alfa Romeo founded
1963 Car production passes one-million mark

 

Cars History

We will start from the beginning of car history from classics to modern cars.

The following are list of cars that has become classic. Click the following car link to get the car reviews, history, performance (0-60 mph, hp, torque, etc.) and specification data.
A-C CARS C-F CARS G-P CARS P-Z CARS
AC Model Car YEAR
AC COBRA 289 & 427 1962-1968

AC ACE

1953-1963

ALFA ROMEO Model Car YEAR
ALFA ROMEO 164 1987-1997
ALFA ROMEO SZ/RZ 1989-1994
ALFA ROMEO SPIDER 1966-1993
ALFA ROMEO GT/ GTV 1974-1986
ALFA ROMEO SPIDER/ GTV 1944-
ALLARD Model Car YEAR
ALLARD J2/J2X 1946-1959
ALVIS Model Car YEAR
ALVIS TD/TE/TF 1958-1967
AM Model Car YEAR
AM GENERAL HUMMER 1997
AMC Model Car YEAR
AMC JAVELIN AMX 1971
AMC REBEL MACHINE 1970
ASTON MARTIN Model Car YEAR
ASTON MARTIN DB7 1994
ASTON MARTIN ZAGATO 1986-1990
ASTON MARTIN VIRAGE 1988-
ASTON MARTIN V8 1969-1990
ASTON MARTIN DB5 1963-1965
ASTON MARTIN DB2, DB2/4,
DB2/4 MK II & DB MKIII
1950-1959
AUDI Model Car YEAR
AUDI QUATTRO 1980-1991
AUSTIN Model Car YEAR
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 1959-1967
AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE 1958-1961
AUSTIN A90 ATLANTIC 1948-1952
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL Model Car YEAR
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL / AZURE 1991
BENTLEY CONTINENTAL R 1952-1955
BITTER Model Car YEAR
BITTER 1971-1976
BMW Model Car YEAR
BMW Z3 1995-
BMW M3 1986-1991
BMW Z1 1988-1991
BMW 6 SERIES 1976-1989
BMW M1 1978-1981
BMW 3.0 CSL 1971-1975
BMW 2002 TURBO 1972-1973
BMW 507 1955-1959
BOYD SMOOTHSTER Model Car YEAR
BOYD SMOOTHSTER 1995
BRISTOL Model Car YEAR
BRISTOL V8s 407-411 1970-1976
BRISTOL 412 TO BLENHEIM 1975-
BRISTOL 401 1949-1953
BUGATTI Model Car YEAR
BUGATTI EB110 1991-1995
BUICK Model Car YEAR
BUICK GNX 1987
BUICK T-TYPE 1987
BUICK RIVIERA GRAN SPORT 1971
BUICK GSX 1970
BUICK GS 400 STAGE 1 1969
BUICK RIVIERA 1969
BUICK LIMITED 1958
BUICK SKYLARK 1954
BUICK ROADMASTER 1949
CADILLAC Model Car YEAR
CADILLAC CATERA 1998
CADILLAC STS 1998
CADILLAC ALLANTE 1993
CADILLAC ELDORADO BIARRITZ 1959
CADILLAC SERIES 62 1959
CADILLAC ELDORADO
BROUGHAM
1957
CADILLAC ELDORADO 1953
CALLAWAY Model Car YEAR
CALLAWAY CAMARO C8 1994
CALLAWAY SPEEDSTER 1991
CATERHAM Model Car YEAR
CATERHAM 21 1996
CATERHAM 7 1973
CHECKER Model Car YEAR
CHECKER A11 1980
CHEVROLET Model Car YEAR
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS 1998
CHEVROLET CORVETTE C5 1998
CHEVROLET CORVETTE HARDTOP 1998
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS 1996
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1996
CHEVROLET CORVETTE GS 1996
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1984-1996
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1995
CHEVROLET CORVETTE MODIFIED 1994
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 1993
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1992
CHEVROLET CAPRICE MODIFIED 1992
CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1 1991
CHEVROLET 454SS 1991
CHEVY MC SS AEROCOUPE 1987
CHEVROLET S10 PICK-UP 1984
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1982
CHEVROLET CAMARO 1970-1981
CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO 1979
CHEVROLET CAMARO MODIFIED 1978
CHEVROLET CORVETTE PACE 1978
CHEVROLET C10 1974
CHEVROLET NOVA SS 1973
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS 1971
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO SS454 1970
CHEVROLET CAMARO 1970-1981
CHEVROLET CAMARO SS396 1970

CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO

1970
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS454 1970
CHEVROLET BLAZER 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO PACE 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 1969
CHEVROLET CORVAIR 1959-1969
CHEVROLET CORVETTE STINGRAY 1969
CHEVROLET YENKO CHEVELLE 1969
CHEVROLET CAMARO PRO STREET 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 RACER 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28 1968
CHEVROLET CAMARO RS/SS 1968
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE PRO STREET 1968
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS427 1968
CORVETTE STING RAY 427 1967
CHEVY CORVETTE STING RAY 1963-1967
CHEVROLET CHEVELLE SS396 1966
CHEVROLET II SS MODIFIED 1966
CHEVROLET II SS 1966
CHEVROLET SUBURBAN 1966
CHEVROLET CORVAIR 1966
CORVETTE BP RACER 1965
CHEVROLET CORVETTE STING RAY 1963
CHEVROLET BEL AIR 409 1962
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS 1962
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1961
CHEVROLET CORVETTE MODIFIED 1959
CHEVROLET EL CAMINO 1959
CHEVROLET IMPALA 1959
CHEVROLET IMPALA 1958
CHEVROLET IMPALA MODIFIED 1958
CHEVROLET 3100 STEPSIDE 1957
CHEVROLET BEL AIR MODIFIED 1957
CHEVROLET BEL AIR 1957
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1957
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1957
CHEVROLET NOMAD 1956
CHEVROLET CORVETTE 1954
CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY 1952
CHEVROLET FLEETMASTER 1948
CHEVROLET COUPE 1940
CHEVROLET COUPE 1938
CHEVROLET INDEPENDENCE 1931
 
CHRYSLER Model Car YEAR
CHRYSLER 300M 1999
CHRYSLER SEBRING 1998
CHRYSLER TURBINE 1963
CHRYSLER 300G 1961
CHRYSLER 300C 1957
CHRYSLER C-300 1955
CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY 1946
CHRYSLER AIRFLOW 1934
CISITALIA Model Car YEAR
CISITALIA 202 1948-1952
CITROEN Model Car YEAR
CITROEN CX 1974-1991
CITROEN DS 1955-1975
CITROEN SM 1970-1975
CITROEN LIGHT 15 1934-1955
CONTINENTAL Model Car YEAR
CONTINENTAL MARK II 1956
CORD Model Car YEAR
CORD L-29 1930
CORVETTE Model Car YEAR
CORVETTE STING RAY 427 1967
CORVETTE BP RACER 1965
DAIMLER Model Car YEAR
DAIMLER MAJESTIC MAJOR 1968
DAIMLER SP250 "DART" 1959-1964
DATSUN Model Car YEAR
DATSUN 240Z 1969-1975
DE LOREAN Model Car YEAR
DE LOREAN 1980-1982
DE TOMASO Model Car YEAR
DE TOMASO PANTERA 1970-1995
DESOTO Model Car YEAR
DESOTO PACESETTER 1956
DESOTO FIREFLITE 1955
DODGE Model Car YEAR
DODGE VIPER GTS 1998
DODGE VIPER GTS-R 1997
DODGE RAM 1995
DODGE VIPER 1992
DODGE STEALTH R/T TURBO 1992
DODGE SPIRIT R/T 1991
DODGE LI'L RED EXPRESS 1979
DODGE CHARGER R/T 1971
DODGE CHALLENGER R/T SE 1970
DODGE CHALLENGER T/A 1970
DODGE CORONET R/T 1970
DODGE DART GTS 1969
DODGE CHARGER 500 1969
DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA 1969
DODGE CHARGER DAYTONA 2 1969
DODGE SUPER BEE 1969
DODGE CHARGER MODIFIED 1968
DODGE HURST HEMI DART 1968
DODGE CHARGER MODIFIED 1966
DODGE CHARGER 1966
DODGE A 100 1965
DUESENBERG Model Car YEAR
DUESENBERG SJ 1932
DUESENBERG MODEL J 1928
EDSEL Model Car YEAR
EDSEL BERMUDA 1958
EDSEL CITATION 1958
FACEL VEGA Model Car YEAR
FACEL VEGA FACEL II 1962-1964
FERRARI Model Car YEAR
FERRARI F50 1995-1997
FERRARI 550 MARANELLO 1996
FERRARI TESTAROSSA 1984-1996
FERRARI F40 1988-1992
FERRARI 308 GTB / 328 GTB 1975-1989
FERRARI 348 / F355 1989
FERRARI BERLINETTA BOXER 1973-1984
FERRARI DAYTONA 1968-1973
FERRARI DINO 206/246 1968-1973
FERRARI 275 GTB 1964-1968
FIAT Model Car YEAR
FIAT BARCHETTA 1995-
FIAT COUPE 1993-
FIAT X I /9 1972-1989
FIAT 124 SPIDER 1966-1985
FIAT 130 COUPE 1971-1977
FIAT 500 1957-1977
FIAT 850 COUPE 1965
FORD Model Car YEAR
FORD F-350 SUPER DUTY 1999
FORD MUSTANG GT 1998
FORD TAURUS SHO 1998
FORD MUSTANG COBRA R 1995
FORD MUSTANG COBRA 1993
FORD MUSTANG 5.0 LX 1992
FORD SIERRA RS COSWORTH 1986-1992
FORD THUNDERBIRD SC 1990
FORD MUSTANG GT 1987
FORD T-BIRD TURBO COUPE 1987
FORD CAPRI 1969-1986
FORD RS200 1984-1986
FORD MUSTANG SVO 1984
FORD ESCORT RS 1968-1980
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 1973
FORD GRAND TORINO SPORT 1972
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 351 1971
FORD TORINO COBRA 1970
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 1969
FORD MUSTANG BOSS 302 1969
FORD MUSTANG MACH 1 1969
FORD TORINO TALLADEGA 1969
FORD MUSTANG GT/CS 1968
FORD GALAXIE 500 1968
FORD FAIRLANE 427 1967
FORD GT40 1967
FORD MUSTANG 1966
FORD GALAXIE 500 7-LITRE 1966
FORD MUSTANG GT 1965
FORD FALCON RANCHERO 1965
FORD FAIRLANE THUNDERBOLT 1964
FORD FALCON GT RACER 1963
FORD FALCON RACER 1963
FORD GALAXIE 500XL 1963
FORD CONSUL/ ZEPHYR/ ZODIAC MK I/II 1950-1962
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1962
FORD GALAXIE STARLINER 1961
FORD GALAXIE SUNLINER 1961
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1960
FORD FAIRLANE SKYLINER 1959
FORD FAIRLANE MODIFIED 1958
FORD FAIRLANE 1957
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1957
FORD THUNDERBIRD PHASE I/II 1957
FORD F-100 1956
FORD FAIRLANE CROWN VICTORIA 1956
FORD THUNDERBIRD 1955
FORD COURIER CUSTOM DELIVERY 1955
FORD CRESTLINE SUNLINER 1952
FORD CUSTOM TUDOR 1950
FORD WOODY 1950
FORD F1 1948
FORD COUPE 1940
FORD DELUXE V8 1939
FORD ROADSTER 1936
FORD MODEL 830 PICK-UP 1935
FORD COUPE 1934
FORD MODEL 81 A 1938
FORD HI-BOY ROADSTER 1932
FORD MODEL 18 COUPE 1932
FORD ROADSTER 1932
FORD MODEL A PICK-UP 1929
FORD MODEL A 1928
FORD MODEL T 1918

 

GMC Model Car YEAR
GMC TYPHOON 1992
GMC SYCLONE 1991
GMC FC-101 STEPSIDE 1951
GORDON KEEBLE Model Car YEAR
GORDON KEEBLE 1964-1966
GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD YEAR
GRAHAM HOLLYWOOD 1941
GREER-BLACK-PRUDHOMME RAIL YEAR
GREER-BLACK-PRUDHOMME RAIL 1962
HONDA Model Car YEAR
HONDA NSX 1990-
HONDA S800 1965-1979
HUDSON Model Car YEAR
HUDSON HORNET 1952
HUDSON SUPER SIX 1949
HUDSON TERRAPLANE 1936
IMPERIAL CROWN CAR YEAR
IMPERIAL CROWN CAR 1961
ISO Model Car YEAR
ISO GRIFO 1963-1974
JAGUAR Model Car YEAR
JAGUAR XJS 1975-1996
JAGUAR XK8 1996-
JAGUAR XJ220 1991-1994
JAGUAR XJ6 1968-1987
JAGUAR E-TYPE 1961-1975
JAGUAR MK X 1961-1970
JAGUAR MK II 1959-1969
JAGUAR XK 120/ 140/ 150 1948-1961
JEEP Model Car YEAR
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 1998
JEEP WRANGLER 1998
JEEP CJ-7 1977
JENSEN Model Car YEAR
JENSEN INTERCEPTOR & FF 1966-1971
JENSEN 541R 1957-1960
LAGONDA Model Car YEAR
LAGONDA 1976-1990
LAMBORGHINI Model Car YEAR
LAMBORGHINI LM002 1985-1993
LAMBORGHINI COUNTACH 1974-1991
LAMBORGHINI DIABLO 1990-
LAMBORGHINI ESPADA 1968-1978
LAMBORGHINI MIURA 1966-1972
LAMBORGHINI 350GT 1964-1968
LANCIA Model Car YEAR
LANCIA DELTA INTEGRALE 1988-1994
LANCIA GAMMA 1977-1984
LANCIA MONTECARLO  1978-1984
LANCIA STRATOS 1973-1975
LANCIA FULVIA 1.6 HF 1968-1969
LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT 1950-1958
LEXUS Model Car YEAR
LEXUS SC 1991-
LINCOLN Model Car YEAR
LINCOLN TOWN CAR CARTIER 1999
LINCOLN NAVIGATOR 1998
LINCOLN MK VIII 1995
LINCOLN MK VII LSC 1990
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK V 1978
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL COUPE 1975
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK III 1969
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL 1961
LINCOLN CONTINENTAL MK IV 1959
LINCOLN CAPRI 1954
LINCOLN ZEPHYR 1939
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LOTUS ELISE 1996-
LOTUS ELAN 1989-1994
LOTUS ESPRIT 1975-
LOTUS 7 1957-1970
LOTUS ELITE 1959-1963
MARCOS Model Car YEAR
MARCOS 1964
MASERATI Model Car YEAR
MASERATI BITURBO 1981-1991
MASERATI BORA AND MERAK 1971-1980
MASERATI GHIBLI 1967-1973
MASERATI KHAMSIN 1972
MAZDA Model Car YEAR
MAZDA MX-5 1989-1997
MAZDA RX-7 1978-1986
MAZDA COSMO 1967-1968
McLAREN Model Car YEAR
McLAREN F1 1993-1997
MERCEDES-BENZ Model Car YEAR
MERCEDES-BENZ-SLK 1996-
MERCEDES-BENZ-SL 1989-
MERCEDES-BENZ 600 1963-1981
MERCEDES-BENZ 280SE 3.5 COUPE 1969-1971
MERCEDES-BENZ 230/ 250/ 280SL 1963-1971
MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL 1954-1963
MERCURY Model Car YEAR
MERCURY COUGAR 1999
MERCURY CAPRI 5.OL 1986
MERCURY COUGAR ELIMINATOR 1970
MERCURY CYCLONE SPOILER 1970
MERCURY COUGAR GT-E 1968
MERCURY COMET CYCLONE 1965
MERCURY MONTCLAIR 1955
MERCURY LEAD SLED 1949
MERCURY SPORTSMAN 1946
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MGB 1962-1980
MGA 1955-1962
MG TC/ TD /TF 1945-1955
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MORGAN PLUS 8 1968-
MORGAN 4/4 1955-
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MORRIS MINOR 1948-1971
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NASH METROPOLITAN 1957
NASH HEALEY 1951
NSU Model Car YEAR
NSU Ro80 1967-1977
OLDS Model Car YEAR
OLDS CUTLASS RALLYE 350 1970
OLDS 88 HOLIDAY COUPE 1956
OLDSMOBILE Model Car YEAR
OLDSMOBILE HURST OLDS 1983
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 W-30 1972
OLDSMOBILE HURST/OLDS 1972
OLDSMOBILE VISTA CRUISER 1972
OLDSMOBILE TORONADO 1965-1970
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 MODIFIED 1968
OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 W-30 1966
OLDSMOBILE TORNADO 1966
OLDSMOBILE STARFIRE 1961
OLDSMOBILE SUPER 88 1960
PACKARD Model Car YEAR
PACKARD 6/110 1940
PANHARD Model Car YEAR
PANHARD 24CT 1963-1967
PANOZ Model Car YEAR
PANOZ ROADSTER 1997
PANTHER Model Car YEAR
PANTHER 1976-1982
PEGASO Model Car YEAR
PEGASO Z102 AND Z103 1951-1958
PEUGEOT Model Car YEAR
PEUGEOT 205 GTI 1984-1994

 

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PLYMOUTH PROWLER 1997
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1973
PLYMOUTH 'CUDA 383 1971
PLYMOUTH DUSTER 340 1971
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1971
PLYMOUTH HEMI 'CUDA 1970
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1970
PLYMOUTH SUPERBIRD 1970
PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER 1968
PLYMOUTH GTX 426 HEMI 1967
PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 1967
PLYMOUTH SAVOY 426 1963
PLYMOUTH FURY 1958
PLYMOUTH FURY MODIFIED 1957
PONTIAC Model Car YEAR
PONTIAC FIREBIRD FIREHAWK 1999
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GTP 1999
PONTIAC FIREBIRD GTA 1991
PONTIAC TURBO TRANS AM 1989
PONTIAC FIERO FORMULA 1988
PONTIAC FIREBIRD 1971-1981
PONTIAC FIREBIRD TURBO T/A 1980
PONTIAC TRANS AM ANNIVERSARY 1979
PONTIAC TRANS AM 1978
PONTIAC CAN AM 1977
PONTIAC GRAND VILLE 1974
PONTIAC TRANS AM SD455 1974
PONTIAC FORMULA 400 1973
PONTIAC GP HURST SSJ 1972
PONTIAC GTO JUDGE 1971
PONTIAC GTO JUDGE 1969
PONTIAC TRANS AM 1969
PONTIAC FIREBIRD H.O. 1968
PONTIAC GTO 1968
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 1967
PONTIAC GTO 1966
PONTIAC CATALINA 2+2 1965
PONTIAC GTO 1964
PONTIAC LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC TEMPEST LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC VENTURA 1961
PONTIAC-BONNEVILLE 1960
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 1959
PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 1957
PONTIAC CHIEFTAN 1949
PONTIAC TORPEDO EIGHT 1941
PORSCHE Model Car YEAR
PORSCHE BOXSTER 1996-
PORSCHE 928 1977-1995
PORSCHE 924/944 1975-1993
PORSCHE 959 1987-1988
PORSCHE 911 1964-1973
PORSCHE 356 1949-1965
PORSCHE 911 1963-
RELIANT Model Car YEAR
RELIANT SCIMITAR GTE 1968-1986
RENAULT Model Car YEAR
RENAULT ALPINE GTA/ A610 1984-1995
RENAULT SPORT SPIDER 1995-
RENAULT TWINGO 1992-
RENAULT ESPACE 1984-1991
RENAULT 5 TURBO 1978-1986
RENAULT 16 1964-1979
RILEY Model Car YEAR
RILEY RM SERIES 1945-1954
ROLLS-ROYCE Model Car YEAR
ROLLS-ROYCE CAMARGUE 1975-1986
ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER SHADOW 1965-1980
ROLLS-ROYCE SILVER CLOUD 1959-1965
ROUSH Model Car YEAR
ROUSH MUSTANG 1999
ROVER Model Car YEAR
ROVER SD1 1976-1986
ROVER P6 1963-1977
ROVER P5 1967-1973
SAAB Model Car YEAR
SAAB 99 TURBO 1977-1980
SAAB 96 1960-1980
SALEEN Model Car YEAR
SALEEN-ALLEN RRR MUSTANG 1998
SALEEN EXPLORER 1998
SALEEN MUSTANG S351 1995
SALEEN MUSTANG SSC 1989
SHELBY Model Car YEAR
SHELBY DAKOTA 1989
SHELBY OMNI GLH-S 1986
SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 1969
SHELBY GT 350 1968
SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 1967
SHELBY MUSTANG GT350 1966
SHELBY/COOPER KING COBRA 1963
STUDEBAKER Model Car YEAR
STUDEBAKER GOLDEN HAWK 1956
STUDEBAKER CHAMPION 1951
STUTZ BEARCAT Model Car YEAR
STUTZ BEARCAT 1914
SUNBEAM-TIGER Model Car YEAR
SUNBEAM TIGER 1964-1968
SUZUKI Model Car YEAR
SUZUKI CAPPUCCINO 1992-
SUZUKI SC100 WHIZZKID 1979-1982
TALBOT-SUNBEAM LOTUS Model Car YEAR
TALBOT SUNBEAM LOTUS 1979-1981
TATRA Model Car YEAR
TATRA 603 1955-1975
TOYOTA Model Car YEAR
TOYOTA MR2 1984-1989
TOYOTA CELICA 1970-1977
TOYOTA 2000GT 1967-1970
TRIUMPH Model Car YEAR
TRIUMPH TR7/TR8 1975-1981
TRIUMPH DOLOMITE SPRINT 1973-1980
TRIUMPH STAG 1970-1977
TRIUMPH TR4/5/6 1962-1976
TRIUMPH TR2/3/3A 1953-1962
TRIUMPH 1800/ 2000 ROADSTER 1946-1949
TVR Model Car YEAR
TVR CERBERA 1996-
TVR GRIFFITH 1990-
TVR 3000S 1978-1979
TVR GRANTURA & VIXEN 1968-1969
VAUXHALL Model Car YEAR
VAUXHALL LOTUS CARLTON 1989-1992
VAUXHALL CRESTA 1957-1962
VOLKSWAGEN Model Car YEAR
VOLKSWAGEN GOLF GTI 1975-1985
VOLKSWAGEN SCIROCCO/CORRADO 1974-1980
VW BEETLE 1945-1977
WATSON-ROADSTER Model Car YEAR
WATSON ROADSTER 1960
WILLYS Model Car YEAR
WILLYS JEEP 1941
WILLYS COUPE 1940
WILLYS 65-KNIGHT 1925
WOLSELEY Model Car YEAR
WOLSELEY 6/80 1948-1954
ZIMMER Model Car YEAR
ZIMMER QUICKSILVER 1988
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