No matter how many new cars hit the road every year, nothing can beat the classics. These true and tried models have stood the test of time and wowed the senses of car enthusiasts for decades. They’re oldies but goodies who still set the roads on fire today. Let’s go through some of the most awesome and beautiful classic cars together.
1965 Ferrari 275 GTS
This is perhaps the finest unrestored example in existence.
Porsche 911T “277”
One of the iconic Porsches that would have purists up in arms.
The Jaguar D-Type has a very special place in motoring history. After winning three times in a row at Le Mans, it became an instant classic.
1965 Shelby Cobra
Not many classic cars are as instantly recognizable as the ‘65 Shelby Cobra Roadster, with its distinct circular headlights, convertible top, and elegantly sculpted design.
1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible
The Roadmaster was Buick’s icon car with that big chrome grille, the fender portholes, and a powerful 8-cylinder engine.
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1950 Olds Mobile
The 1950-1953 Oldsmobile with its Rocket engine was more popular than sales suggest.
Iso Grifo – Italian Muscle
A limited production grand tourer automobile manufactured between 1965-74.
Pontiac Firebird – A Timeless Muscle Car
Some of the coolest cars that you’ll see around the block.
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is the car of dreams. It is the one to truly earn its Sting Ray name as a genuine one-year only, split window car.
A large luxury car built by Mercedes-Benz from 1930 to 1943.