Classic Cars

Toyota Celica 2nd gen. (1977-1981)
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Toyota Celica 2nd gen. (1977-1981)

The second-generation Toyota Celica was launched in 1977. The new Toyota Celica was designed in the United States, and was aimed clearly for the American market. The new Celica was noticeable longer and wider than the first-generation model.

Dodge Charger 1st gen. (1966-1967)
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Dodge Charger 1st gen. (1966-1967)

Charger was the Dodge brand’s first production fastback, high-speed street racer. The first generation Dodge Charger was introduced on Jan. 1, 1966. Dodge Charger was built on Dodge Coronet’s chassis but had its own body.

Dodge Viper ACR (1999)
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Dodge Viper ACR (1999)

Dodge Viper ACR (American Club Racer) was a limited-edition version of the Dodge Viper. Introduced in 1999, Dodge Viper ACR was a street-legal performance model, designed to perform well both on the road and on the track.

Porsche 911 2.4 (1972-1973)
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Porsche 911 2.4 (1972-1973)

Only possible way to achieve smaller emissions and still deliver the same performanc as before, was to increase the engine displacement. Porsche decided not not to increase engine bore, but rather piston stroke. The result was the Porsche 911 2.4.

BMW M3 GT Coupe (E36) (1995)
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BMW M3 GT Coupe (E36) (1995)

In spring 1995, BMW M GmbH introduced a rather special version when it launched a strictly limited edition as the BMW M3 GT Coupe for homologation. BMW M3 GT Coupe was produced only in a limited edition of 350 cars.

Toyota Celica 1st gen. (1971-1977)
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Toyota Celica 1st gen. (1971-1977)

Toyota unveiled the Toyota Celica at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1970. Toyota Celica was a two-door sports car designed to offer styling and driving enjoyment. The car had a front-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout. Celica shared its platform with Toyota Carina. Offered first only as a 2-door coupe, a Liftback model arrived in 1973.

Citroen DS (1955-1975)
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Citroen DS (1955-1975)

Citroen DS made its debut at the 1955 Paris Motor Show on Thursday 6 October. The model’s avant-garde body design set a new benchmark immediately. Some 12,000 DS 19 models were sold that day, but by the end of the Paris Motor Show ten days later, some 80,000 firm orders had been taken.

Audi 80 (B3) (1986-1991)
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Audi 80 (B3) (1986-1991)

Third-generation Audi 80 was launched in 1986. Design boss Hartmut Warkuß and his team had draped the Audi 80 B3 in a smooth and rounded body with a discreet wedge shape. This body distinguished itself with harmonious design solutions and a drag coefficient of just 0.29 – a colossal advance compared to 0.41 for the B2.

Chevrolet Camaro 4th gen. (1993-2002)
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Chevrolet Camaro 4th gen. (1993-2002)

The 1993 Chevrolet Camaro lineup included two models: base sport coupe powered by a 160-horsepower 3.4-liter version of GM’s V6 and the Z28 with the Corvette’s 5.7-liter LT1 small-block V8 underrated at 275 horsepower.

Nissan Skyline 2000GTS-R (1987)
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Nissan Skyline 2000GTS-R (1987)

In May 1986, Nissan launched the coupe version, known as the GTS. In August 1987, after a minor change, the GTS-R appeared. Nissan Skyline 2000GTS-R was sold as a limited edition with just 800 cars built. These cars were needed for the homologation for Group A Touring Car racing.