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- 1971 Maserati Ghibli SS 4.9 - For sure one of the finest designs ever created for a motorcar. Thank the genius of Giorgetto Giugiaro. This car has a bright future ahead. On offer at $325,000... More.
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BMW M and Mercedes-AMG have been locked in a battle of performance supremacy for decades. Each new model ups the ante higher still. But to some enthusiasts, that doesn’t necessarily mean the absolute fastest car wins. The E60 version of the BMW M5 is a case in point. The E39 M5 that preceded the E60 packed a 400-horsepower punch from a 5-liter V8, blasting out a sound that mixed muscle car with road racer. Its successor, the 2006 M5, threw another 100 horses into the mix from a maniacal 5-liter V10 designed expressly for this car....More.
1961-1964 Cadillac Series 62: Bridging Generations
A Cadillac print ad from 1964 touted the value of design continuity on its cars’ resale value. The photo showcased the ’64 model, with the 1960-1963 versions in the background. This was steadiness. This was predictability. Cadillac customers wanted that.
Lincoln, meanwhile, was essentially a bit player in the field, barely selling 25,000 cars a year in 1960 – a little more than a sixth of Cadillac’s volume. Even though the 1961 Lincoln Continental ushered in a new luxury car design paradigm with its clean slab-sided shape, sales remained barely above 30,000....More.
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The Jaguar E-Type might have revolutionized sports car design in 1961, but that didn’t stop sports car enthusiasts from embracing the Austin-Healey 3000, which was by then a decade-old design. Austin was a full-line carmaker that had merged with Morris in the early 1950s, and in the 1960s both were absorbed into the mess that was British Leyland....More.