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Classic Culture

The first flickerings of interest in classic motorcars made after the Second World War began nearly three decades ago. Now, that interest has grown into an all-consuming passion for millions of men and women all over the world. Some use their classics daily, others just on high days. Some preen them like beauty queens in the concours d'elegance, parades of vehicles to the most elegant, best designed or best turned-out of which prizes are awarded. Many owners are driven by nostalgia, a need to own or recreate a piece of their past; others by simple love of old machinery. As modern cars become ever more amorphous and as image-conscious individuals wear their classics like designer suits, as a statement, the classic is no longer the preserve of bearded, middle-aged men. To own an old car has become trendy. For some, the word classic has become debased down the years, seeming to embrace any number of awful machines. To them, classics, derided by many in their prime, are now dignified merely by rarity. In the early 1970s, however, could the pioneers of the classic-car movement have guessed that the then-new Austin Allegro would one day inspire an enthusiastic owners' club?

 



WORKING CLASSICS

The attributes that make a vehicle a classic also bring the best cars to the top in the tough world of work. This applies whether services need them to be out in all weathers rescuing stranded motorists, attending a breakdown or accident, pursuing villains and keeping traffic flowing or simply carting goods around reliably.


Each service has its favorites, each vehicle's special abilities suiting it to its chosen job. The Automobile Association (AA) (1905), finding its motorcycle-and-sidecar outfits no longer efficient, bought Land-Rovers almost from inception in 1948 to aid motorists. Likewise, the Royal Automobile Club (RAC) (1897) used a selection of cars and car-derived vans: Austin Sevens, Morris Minors and then Mini-vans for lighter-duty breakdowns and Bedford CA vans and trucks at the heavier end before they universally adopted the Ford Transit in the 1970s. In the 50s, the RAC ran six Isetta bubblecars in London to reach motorists through the clogged traffic. These tiny two-stroke' towing ability is not recorded!

Policemen and postmen
The police have long used big, powerful and reliable saloons, from the classic, fast, bell-equipped and evil-handling Wolseleys of the 50s to the Rovers and Jaguars of the 70s. Various forces have at times tried to beat the villains at their own game by adopting the same wheels — Jaguar MkIIs in the 50s and Lotus Cortinas in the 60s. The police have also tried out new types of vehicle. In the 60s, forces ran an experimental four-wheel-drive (by Ferguson Formula) Ford Zodiac Mk4, which may have paved the way for the near-universal adoption of the classic, big-hearted Range Rover for motorway patrols.


In the 50s, a Morris Minor van with ugly rubber wings was a familiar sight. Britain's General Post Office (GPO) thought the wings were unbreakable and immune to minor knocks. Alas, they meant the headlamps sat up in separate pods and setting alignment was nigh-on impossible. The GPO then turned to another car-derived van, the Bedford version of the first Vauxhall Viva, the HA of 1963. In France, the entire postal service was served by a pair of rugged, front-wheel-drive hold-alls, the Citroen 2CV and Renault 4 vans.


Civilian workers

For "civilian" use, car-derived vans have long been another way for makers to sell to motorists unfamiliar with the size and vision difficulties of the large-panel vans like them. Since the 1920s, paneled-in versions of most popular cars have been available. They are often simply an estate version with the windows filled in and the back seat missing. Before Purchase Tax applied to commercial vehicles, this was the cheapest way to own an estate car — buy a van and fit side windows!
Ford's Transit of 1968 was the trendsetter whose name became generic for one-tonne (1,016kg) vans. This much-loved, tough and surprisingly fast hauler was a natural to carry everything from parcels to builders' gear. It was a big hit with criminals, too: they could hide in it until the coast was clear and carry a lot of booty. Where there's work to be done, the chances are you'll find there will be a classic that has completed it.

 

 

Classics on Film and TV

Nothing does more for a classic car's kudos than appearing in a classic film or television series. Who could forget the Volvo P1800 in Britain's The Saint series of the 60s or the Alfa Spider in The Graduate (1967) with Dustin Hoffman? Both made these cars world-famous and boosted sales. As dynamic and often beautiful objects, motorcars have always looked good on screen as set decoration or the focus of the action. The catalogue of classic-car moments is huge.


The Americans have long been masters of putting the motorcar on screen, in everything from Herbie The Love Bug (1969) to cult films like Vanishing Point (1971), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) or Duel (1971). For many connoisseurs it is the 1968 film Bullitt starring Steve McQueen that features perhaps the best car chase ever filmed: his Mustang pursues a sinister Dodge Charger at speed through streets of San Francisco to a superb V eight soundtrack. The scene lasts 12 minutes, with McQueen, a good driver, doing much of the stunt work himself. In his 1971 film Le Mans, McQueen did more driving than acting and added to the list of motor-racing films such as The Green Helmet and Grand Prix (1966) and Winning with Paul Newman (1969) that were neither critical nor box-office successes.

Cops, robbers and spies
In British films, the crime genre has long been a fertile hunting ground for classic-spotters. Robbery (1967, based on the Great Train Robbery) has a hair-raising pursuit with a police S-Type Jaguar and felons in a silver Jaguar MkII. In The Italian Job (1969), a tongue-in-cheek take of an audacious gold robbery starring Michael Caine and Noel Coward, cars outshone actors. The getaway cars are three Mini Coopers that make a cheeky escape along Turin rooftops and drains. Other motorized stars include a Lamborghini Miura, a pair of E-Types and an Aston Martin DB4 convertible. Jaguars provide aura in gangland classics like Performance and Get Carter (both 1971), while Villain (1971), starring Richard Burton, features a payroll heist: look out for the Jaguar S-Type, Ford Zodiac and Vanden Plas three-litre, all wrecked. And look out for the Lamborghini Islero and the Rover 3.5 The Man Who Haunted Himself, also of 1970.


James Bond films feature cars heavily as part of 007's equipment. The gadget-laden Aston DBS caused a sensation when it appeared in Goldfmger in 1964 with its ejector seat, machine guns and radar. Toyota built a special convertible 2000GT for You Only Live Twice (1967) but it had no real gadgets. In On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) new Bond George Lazenby drove a stock Aston DBS and a Mercury Cougar in an ice-racing sequence.

 

 

Choosing & Owning A Classic

Saloon or estate, two doors or four, open or closed – only you know which type of classic will suit your needs and pocket but, generally speaking, options like power steering, overdrive and air conditioning are always worth searching out if you want the most usable classic in modern conditions. Be prepared in most cases for higher maintenance costs or a lot more unreliability than with a modern car.

Bodywork bother
Rust is the biggest enemy of the older car. Before the 1980s most ordinary – and indeed many expensive – motorcars were only given token rust-proofing, so if you live in a damp climate corrosion will be much more of a problem. Unitary or monocoque construction was coming in across the board by the 60s on, mass-produced cars, and any rust in the sills, floor or inner wing areas with this type of bodywork will seriously compromise the car's strength and rigidity.


Cars with separate chassis are generally less of a worry because the bodywork is not self- supporting. That doesn't mean the chassis won't rust eventually, and removing bodywork for s not for the taint-hearted. Aluminum panels — as found on high-caliber classics like Aston Martins - don't rust in same way but do suffer from electrolytic action between the aluminum and the steel frame of the car.

Aluminum is also more susceptible to damage. Glass-fiber bodywork doesn't rust, of course, and in most cases — apart from the Lotus Elite — features a separate steel chassis, too. However, the passage of time can cause the get coat to craze, which is a specialist job to rectify. Taking paintwork more generally, look signs of over-spray on door rubbers and window surrounds, indicating a hasty respray. Bright work — badges, bumpers, grilles, etc — is notoriously costly to refurbish and many pieces are difficult to find for more unusual models.


Mechanical matters

Mechanically, older cars tend to be simpler, although by the end of the 60s fuel injection and complex air suspension was putting many of the more expensive cars beyond the abilities of the home mechanic. Generally, with the engine, you should be looking for signs of excessive smoke from the exhaust and of overheating with water-cooled engines, particularly if they are of exotic aluminum construction as with many Alfa Romeo and Lancia models. Gearboxes should be reasonably quiet, though many 50s and even 60s cars featured "crash" bottom gears which give a rather evocative whine. Automatic gear changes won't be as smooth as on a modern luxury car but, even so, changes shouldn't be rough, either. Woolly steering and soggy brakes characterize many big saloons of the classic era, but many sportscars of the 50s and 60s have handling that is rewarding.


Looking inside
Although scruffy interior trim won't stop you driving a classic, a car's interior condition is vital to its feel and ambience. A Jaguar, for instance, with damp carpets, peeling wood veneer and cracked or split leather seats loses much of its appeal. Retrims are expensive and obscure interior parts difficult to source. The generally far more basic interiors of sportscars are easier to refurbish and, again, for the popular British marques everything is usually available. Hoods are expensive to replace on sportscars — look out for tears — while a hard top is definitely worth paying extra for if you intend using an open classic all year. If you are determined to buy a classic car, do your homework. Join the relevant club, get to know the pitfalls of the model you are after, then go out and look at as many as you can before making a decision.

 

 

Future Classics

New "classics" appear all the time. These cars that, because of sheer appeal, excellence or exclusivity, is instantly memorable and desirable from first sightings at a motor show. Others, cult darlings such as the Golf GTI, have become the definitive cars of their era and have never truly fallen out of fashion with enthusiasts. Others again, such as the Mini, VW Beetle or 2CV, still in or recently out of production, are simply the modern versions of acknowledged classic designs. They don't have to be supercars to qualify, although some of the most obvious contenders clearly are: any new Ferrari or Lamborghini is so eagerly awaited that its status upon arrival is guaranteed. In these cases, simply belonging to the right marquee is enough to confer immortal desirability.


Porsche 911s all qualify as future classics because of their unique blend of robustness and drivability, even if the dashboard design is as confusing as ever. The wide-bottomed 928 will forever hover on the fringes of true classicdom, although some of the early 944 Turbos will be allowed into the hallowed club, and the Speedster-inspired Boxster is clearly on the VIP list from the word go. It's all a question of attitude.


Dodge's awesome eight-litre V-ten Viper has already made a name for itself as the AC Cobra of the 1990s, but its compatriot the Corvette has never been the same since it was emasculated after 1970. Nearly all TVRs occupy the same specialist slot - they are beefy, brutal, British and rear-drive, with that gorgeous V-eight woofle. The Ford Escort RS Cosworth and Sierra Cosworth, both astonishingly fine road cars, have won themselves a place in the hearts of the sort of people who worshipped anything that followed the rally-winning RS Escorts out of Ford's Advanced Vehicle Operation at Boreham, Hertfordshire, in the 1970s. Buying yourself a Lancia Delta Integrate gives the same full-on driving appeal with even more exclusivity. The first-shape BMW M3 of the late 80s falls into much the same bracket - a rock-hard driving machine - and effectively upgrades the reputation carved out by the 2002 Turbo in 1973, but those in the know say the later cars lack the raw appeal. As ever, the first versions are the purest.


Today's little classics
With cheeky good looks and world's-best handling. Lotus's new Elise, which sadly may not survive a difficult birth, is obviously the Elan of modern times. But for the nearest thing to a real Elan, look no further than Mazda's MX-5, or Miata. Like the original, it's a 1600cc twin-cam rear-driver with sublime handling -it even looks similar - yet nothing falls off it. MGF's, while uninspiring in looks, handles so well that people will always want them; it's also descended from the very first classic sportscar of all.
All Minis will be classics, however feebly powered; its trademark shape, unchanged since it shot to fame in the 60s by winning Monte Carlo rallies, will see to that. And so will that "Mini Cooper for the 90s" - the Peugeot 205 GTI, the best example of that 80s phenomenon, the hot hatch. The choice is huge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classic Cars Model Based on Car Year and Car Manufacturer

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
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
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 STRATOS 1973-1975
LANCIA FULVIA 1.6 HF 1968-1969
LANCIA AURELIA B20 GT 1950-1958
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
LOTUS Model Car YEAR
LOTUS ELAN 1989-1994
LOTUS 7 1957-1970
LOTUS ELITE 1959-1963
   
   
MASERATI Model Car YEAR
MASERATI BORA AND MERAK 1971-1980
MASERATI GHIBLI 1967-1973
MASERATI KHAMSIN 1972
   
MAZDA Model Car YEAR
   
   
   
MERCEDES-BENZ Model Car YEAR
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
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PONTIAC FIREBIRD TURBO T/A 1980
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PONTIAC CAN AM 1977
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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
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PONTIAC LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC TEMPEST LE MANS 1964
PONTIAC VENTURA 1961
PONTIAC-BONNEVILLE 1960
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PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 1957
PONTIAC CHIEFTAN 1949
PONTIAC TORPEDO EIGHT 1941
ROUSH Model Car YEAR
ROUSH MUSTANG 1999
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SALEEN-ALLEN RRR MUSTANG 1998
SALEEN EXPLORER 1998
SALEEN MUSTANG S351 1995
SALEEN MUSTANG SSC 1989
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SHELBY DAKOTA 1989
SHELBY OMNI GLH-S 1986
SHELBY MUSTANG GT500 1969
SHELBY GT 350 1968
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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
WATSON ROADSTER Model Car YEAR
WATSON ROADSTER 1960
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WILLYS JEEP 1941
WILLYS COUPE 1940
WILLYS 65-KNIGHT 1925
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ZIMMER QUICKSILVER 1988

 

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