Dodge Charger

1966 Dodge Charger Exterior The fastback body style reminiscent of the Marlin and the Barracuda was signed by Carl Cameron First Chrysler product to feature hidden headlights since the 1942 De Soto It became the first American car to be fitted from the factory with a spoiler when, in late 1966, Dodge equipped the Charger…

Dodge Dart GTS

1968 Dodge Dart GTS Exterior Features the Scat Pack, distinguishable by the two red stripes along the width of the car at the rear Is part of the fourth-generation Dart which brought cleaner, more sharp-cornered, styling The most compact muscle car in Dodge’s yard, sharing the same wheelbase with the Plymouth Valiant The fourth-generation Dodge…

Lamborghini Urraco

Lamborghini Urraco Exterior The original Urraco prototype had teardrop-shaped quad headlights Early Urracos came partially assembled from Bertone The Urraco was meant to be the company’s savior but delays in production saw many interested customers drop their down payments While most Urracos came with louvered engine lids, some came with a hood akin to that…

Chevrolet Chevelle SS

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Exterior The 1966 restyling effort made the Chevelle a much sleeker car although the ’Coke Bottle’ design was retained A facelift was applied for the 1967 model year that included a re-modeled front grille that now followed the line of the protruding front fenders The Chevelle, with all its design tweaks,…

Ford Thunderbird E-Code

1957 Ford Thunderbird E-Code Exterior It featured a brand-new front bumper suiting the equally new grille The rear overhang was lengthened to fit the spare wheel which was no longer attached to the back like on 1956 models Larger fins accentuated the lines of the rear fenders Introduced in October 1956, the 1957 Thunderbird sported…

Chevrolet El Camino SS

1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS Exterior The front end is practically identical to that of a 1970 Chevelle SS pack adds stripes on the body, a number of SS badges and different hubcaps The El Camino has the same wheelbase as the Chevelle Sedan and the Chevelle wagon The Chevrolet Chevelle went from being a…

Chevrolet Impala

1961 Chevrolet Impala Exterior The 1961 Impala was a major departure, from the previous generation design-wise. For one, the teardrop taillights that sat on either side of the V-shaped rear end were gone and the traditional setup of six taillights, three on either side, returned. What is more, the car now had a more compact…

Jaguar XK 150 S 3.8 Drophead Coupe

1960 Jaguar XK 150 S 3.8 Drophead Coupe Exterior The design of the XK 150 is an evolution of the original Lyons-conceived XK 120 in tune with the times. The hood line was lifted while the hood itself and the grille up front were widened. Also, the swooping line of the front fender is no…

Dodge Challenger

1972 Dodge Challenger Exterior The Challenger evolved with the times and, by 1972, the muscle car mania had passed and it showed. Dodge’s more compact muscle car received new headlights, taillights, bumpers and a few other exterior details for 1972. What’s more, many of the available options from the ordering forms were removed. The car…

Porsche 911 007

1965 Porsche 911 007 Exterior The Porsche 911 debuted in 1963 although the first cars meant for the U.S. market only reached North-American soil in early 1965. It featured a very simple line with a slanted rear end, the car being less rounded than the 356 it replaced. It still had dual headlights but, otherwise,…