1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Famous Cars
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 a Famous Cars fastback is an American-made sports car which was brought into market in 1967. It was assembled in Los Angeles, California in 1967 and the later version of 1968 was assembled in Ionia, Michigan. Body-type of this vehicle was a two-door fastback in 1967 version, while 1968 version was having two-door convertible style. It was launched in two different transmission types; 3-speed automatic and 4-speed manual.
1981 DeLorean DMC 12
DeLorean DMC 12 was introduced for general public in 1981 and continued its sale till 1982 with the same model. It was a notable American sports car which was the effort of DeLorean Motor Company. It was assembled in the Houston, Texas unit of the company. It was introduced with 2-door Coupe body-style. It was launched with 5-speed (manual) and 3-speed (automatic) transmissions. Originally 1981 DeLorean DMC 12 was assembled in Dunmurry, Ireland.
1963 Volkswagen Beetle
1963 Volkswagen Beetle is on the 3rd position in the list of top 10 famous cars of all times. It was a German-based company’s production. The car was officially named as Volkswagen Type 1 or Volkswagen Bug by the company. It was brought to United States in June 1963 and was sold through Kelly Motor Company. It was introduced with two different body styles i.e. 2-door convertible and 2-door saloon.
1969 Dodge Charger
Dodge Charger was originally introduced by Dodge as a mid-size automobile in 1966. The company introduced enhanced versions in the coming years and 1969 Dodge Charger got more popularity from other versions. There were a number of modifications in the 1969 model. There was a new grille in this model which was included with a center divider. It was introduced with Special Edition (SE) tag.
1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is actually the third version or third generation of Pontiac Firebird vehicle, which was originally made and introduced in United States in 1967. The manufacturer of this world famous brand is General Motors. It was introduced with 2-door convertible and 3-door hatchback coupe body style. The wheelbase of this 1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was 101 inches. [smartads]
1962 Volvo P1800
The project of preparing 1962 Volvo P1800 was originally started in 1957 with the aim of designing a luxurious sports car. HelmerPetterson, an engineering consultant with the company, was the person who designed this car. It was introduced with 2-door coupe as well as 3-door sports estate body style. The engine of Volvo 1800 was equipped with dual SU carburetors and the name of this engine was B18. It was able of producing 100 hpspeed.
1955 Chevrolet 6700-Series Bus
1955 Chevrolet 6700-Series Bus is truly the most famous bus series ever made by Chevrolet. The popularity of this bus reached to its peak with the inclusion of this bus in a well-popular movie “The Partridge Family”. This could be the best 8-seater family bus which was widely in use three to five decades ago for family trips. It was a commercial ¾ ton truck which was introduced with forward control delivery chassis.
1972 Ferrari 365 GTS/4
1972 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 or GTB/4 is also widely known with unofficial name i.e. Ferrari Daytona. The production of this Ferrari model was started in 1968 and it continued its sale till 1973. First introduction of Ferrari Daytona was made in 1968 at the Paris Auto Salon. The later version was replaced with Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer, which was introduced in 1973. It was among most wanted sports cars of its era.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Chevrolet Chevelle SS vehicles were named as the most wanted or famous sports cars in the market in 1970s. It was the second generation of the original 1963’s version. It was revised as a more squared-up stance. The interior of this vehicle model was also redesigned. This model was brought in sport sedan, sport coupe, four-door sedan, convertible, pickup and a couple wagons body styles. The SS options were only available or limited to the 2-door Malibu version.
1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance
1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance is an outstanding vehicle produced by Miller-Meteor (the notable car manufacturers of their time who combined to merge into one firm). It was the first production of Miller-Meteor after merging into one firm. The ambulance reached to its peak (in terms of public popularity) shortly after it appeared in the super-hit movie “Ghostbusters Ecto-1”.