Classic Cars

BMW 3 Series (E30) (1982-1990)
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BMW 3 Series (E30) (1982-1990)

The second generation BMW 3 Series was presented in 1982 presenting new design, optimised aerodynamics, more space and comfort, extra power and additional body and engine variants. The new car’s lines were significantly tauter and smoother than those of its predecessor, and its drag coefficient had been reduced by almost 15 per cent.

Ford Transit 1st gen (1965-1978)
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Ford Transit 1st gen (1965-1978)

The first ever Transit came down the line at the company’s Langley commercial vehicle plant in Berkshire, England on August 9. in 1965. It was already packed with innovations like a printed circuit in the instrument panel, an optional steering lock, a side loading door and seatbelt attachment points.

Lamborghini Jalpa (1981-1988)
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Lamborghini Jalpa (1981-1988)

The Mimram brothers took over the Lamborghini company in July 1980, and established the Nuova Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini. The new owners started production of the Lamborghini LM002 off-road vehicle and also replaced the Lamborghini Silhouette with the Lamborghini Jalpa.

Lamborghini Silhouette P300 (1976-1979)
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Lamborghini Silhouette P300 (1976-1979)

amborghini Silhouette was presented at the 1976 Geneva Auto Show as an evolution of the Urraco. Lamborghini Silhouette was a two-door, two-seat, mid-engined, rear-wheel drive sports car. With the Targa roof, the Silhouette proposed an alternative open version with the intention of winning over the difficult United States market.

BMW M3 Sedan (E36) (1994-1999)
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BMW M3 Sedan (E36) (1994-1999)

In 1994, BMW M3 debuted as a four-door sedan. This car enabled BMW to meet the desires of a large number of customers for a compact, luxury saloon with the genes of a high-performance sports car. The four-door BMW M3 Sedan car was undoubtedly the most successful combination of sportiness and everyday road use that had been sold up to that point under the M3 badge.

Opel Vectra A (1988-1995)
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Opel Vectra A (1988-1995)

Opel Vectra arrived in 1988 to replace the successful Ascona, which was introduced in 1970 and had evolved through three model generations. Everything about Vectra was new. Only Ascona’s front-wheel drive layout and size was carried over, while space was dramatically increased.

Vauxhall Astra GTE mk1 (1983-84)
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Vauxhall Astra GTE mk1 (1983-84)

The Vauxhall Astra GTE mk1 marked Vauxhall’s first foray in to the relatively new ‘hot hatch’ segment, which had been dominated by the Golf GTI since the late Seventies. Based on the 1980 Astra Mk1, Vauxhall Astra GTE was powered by fuel injected, naturally aspirated 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine producing 115 bhp.

Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (1967)
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Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (1967)

The first Chevrolet Camaro Z28 was introduced in 1967. Camaro Z28 featured a smaller and lighter V8 for improved weight balance, as well as quick-ratio steering and a heavy-duty suspension for track use. In keeping with its road-racing focus, the 1967 Camaro Z28 was not available with an automatic transmission or air conditioning.

Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (1969)
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Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (1969)

Nissan Skyline C10 was launched in July 1968. The most powerful model was the GT-R version, known as the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R. It made its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in the autumn, and was launched in February 1969.

Dodge Viper GTS Coupe (1996-2002)
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Dodge Viper GTS Coupe (1996-2002)

The Dodge Viper GTS was seen as catering to a broader customer base than the RT/10. While the Roadster was designed for the aggressive, wind-in-the-hair driver, Dodge Viper GTS Coupe provided the same capacity to exhilarate the senses, but in a more refined manner.