1967 DeTomaso Mangusta (Ghia)

Most people are familiar with the DeTomaso Pantera, a car that could possibly be confused with the Lamborghini Countach, from the rear. However, many don't know of the car that came before the Pantera, the...

1962 Studebaker Avanti

The Avanti was produced under the Studebaker name for only two years, '62 and '63. They were made in South Bend, IN, and not coincidentally, the first private owner of this car was Rodger Ward, winner of the...
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1951 Buick XP 300

Although GM was busy building a crazy concept that would later serve as a mainstay name, Buick launched its own jet-inspired vehicle, the XP-300. This car also had a turbine-like rear, but the stacked oval...

1977 Lancia Scorpion

The Lancia Scorpion is actually an imposter. An imitation, if you will. You see, in Europe, this car was called the Beta Montecarlo and had 120 horsepower. Due to regulations, when the car came to America, the...
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1969 Marcos 3.0 GT

In one of the most interesting stories of any car on this list, the original monocoque chassis for Marcos vehicles was made of high-grade plywood. This being a result of the Marcos founders, Jem Marsh and...
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1971 Stutz Blackhawk

Seventy-one was the first production year and generation of the Blackhawk. The hand-built car was marketed as pure luxury and was initially listed at $22,500. That'd be approximately $130,000 these days. The...

1970 Pontiac Catalina

This is one of those cars that I don’t immediately think of, but in fact they are a worthy participant on this page! It is the 1970 Pontiac Catalina!!! According to collectormotors.com, the fifth generation...

1969 Mercury Marauder X-100

And now, for something a little different. This is not something you will see every day and what a ride it is! This is a 1969 Mercury Marauder X-100, ladies and gentlemen!!! The authoritative Wikipedia.com,...
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1972 Buick LeSabre Custom Convertible

What a beautiful and stylish ride! You’re looking at a 1972 Buick LeSabre Custom Convertible!!! Hagerty.com, the classic car insurance provider says that LeSabre Convertibles from 1971 and 1972 are the...