Classic Cars

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

Following the BMW M3 Coupe, and based on the four-seater BMW 3-Series Convertible, the new BMW M3 Convertible was launched in 1994. BMW M3 Convertible was fitted with a power-operated hood as standard. It also featured innovative safety technology.

Toyota Camry 1st gen (1982-1986)
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Toyota Camry 1st gen (1982-1986)

The first generation Toyota Camry was introduced in Japan in 1982. The new flagship model arrived to Europe and North America a year later. In United States, Toyota Camry was introduced as a front-wheel drive vehicle available in either four-door sedan or five-door hatchback configuration.

Alfa Romeo 164 (1987-1997)
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Alfa Romeo 164 (1987-1997)

Alfa Romeo 164 was offered with a range of powerful petrol engines. The 2.0-litre twin spark engine produced 148 bhp, while the 3.0-litre V6 delivered 192 bhp. A 2.5-litre turbodiesel turbo (117 bhp) was also available.

Saab 9000 (1984-1998)
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Saab 9000 (1984-1998)

Saab entered further into the premium car segment when it launched the spacious Saab 9000 model in 1984. The versatile Saab 9000 hatchback provided a wagon-like load carrying capability and was rated as a large car in USA. A 4-door sedan variant, the Saab 9000 CD, followed in 1988.

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Volvo 780 (1985-1990)
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Volvo 780 (1985-1990)

In March 1985, Volvo Car Corporation showed the result of yet another cooperation in the field of luxury between Sweden and Italy, the Volvo 780, designed and built by Bertone in Turin. The event took place on the Volvo Cars stand at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Volkswagen Scirocco mk2 (1981-1992)
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Volkswagen Scirocco mk2 (1981-1992)

The second generation Volkswagen Scirocco (EA 491) was based on the engineering platform of the Volkswagen Golf. Thanks to the car’s length, which was extended from 3.85 to 4.05 meters, the overall softer lines of the Volkswagen Scirocco had a very elegant effect and also offered more space for people and luggage.

Lamborghini LM002 (1986-1992)
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Lamborghini LM002 (1986-1992)

After several prototypes had been built, Lamborghini presented the Lamboghini LM002 series model at the Brussels Auto Show in 1986. This powerful off-road vehicle borrowed its engine from the Lamborghini Countach. The 5.2-litre V12-engine produced 444 hp. Lamborghini LM002 could accelerate from zero to hundred km/h in 7.9 seconds. Top speed was 210 km/h.

Range Rover P38 (1994-2001)
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Range Rover P38 (1994-2001)

The second generation Range Rover, often known as the Range Rover P38 (because it was developed in building 38A in the Solihull factory), dialled up luxury, on-road ability and off-road versatility. Range Rover P38, was a clean sheet design, but it soon became clear to the design team that they radically changed the style at their peril.

Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II (1990)
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Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II (1990)

Following the first Evolution model from the previous year, Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution II made its premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 1990. The engine’s output had been raised in comparison to the first Evolution model from the previous year, the Evo II now generating 173 kW (235 hp)

Opel Calibra (1989-1997)
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Opel Calibra (1989-1997)

Opel Calibra premiered at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA) in 1989. Opel Calibra united exciting design with optimized aerodynamics and uncompromised everyday practicality. The wide-opening tailgate gave easy access to a versatile, 980-liter luggage compartment.