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Aston Martin Dm Convertible - 1961-1963Details click here
For a combination of blazing speed and elegant design, no englishman circa i960 who could pony up the price needed to look to italy: Aston martin had the answer in the db4. In late 1961 a two-door, four-place convertible joined the fastback coupe. This ragtop is exceedingly rare
Aston Martin V8 Sport - 1970Details click here
The 1990 virage was aston martins first new car in 20 years its roots went back to the 1968 db6s straight-six power unit. In 1969 came the dbs v8, which redressed the balance, boosting top speed to 162 mph from the dbs 6s 140 mph a major improvement.
Audi 200 Turbo Quatoo - 1985Details click here
In 1980 audi unveiled the heralded quattro, a turbopowered fourwheel-drive coupe that compiled a tremendous rallying record. A logical extension of this vehicle was the larger audi 200 turbo quattro sedan and station wagon, introduced in 1985. This model was known in the united states as the 5000s or 5000cs turbo quattro until 1989, when the european numbering was adopted.
Audi Quattro Sport Group B - 1984Details click here
In 1982 the turbocharged fourwheel-drive audi quattro coupe became the first german car ever to win the world rally championship, and it repeated in 1984. Understandably then, audi had great expectations for its successor, the quattro sport, but this model failed to measure up.
Austin Big Seven - 1937-1939Details click here
The tiny austin seven was one of the most successful models ever made. Licensed versions were produced in france by rosengart, in germany by bmw, in the united states by american austin and in japan by datsun. Near the end of its run, austin presented a variant: The big seven.
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