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Ford Capri Mk 1
Ford Capri Mk 1

Few cars have quite a reputation and following as the Ford Capri. Penned by American designer Philip T. Clark, the Capri was meant to be the European market equivalent to the Mustang; a fastback coupe. Mechanically based on the Ford Cortina at the time, the Mark 1 Capri went on sale in December 1968 ...

Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Typ 14
Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Typ 14

Introduced in 1955 and designated as the Typ 14, the Karmann Ghia was Volkswagen’s attempt at a sports car. Volkswagen designed and engineered the Karmann Ghia around the contemporary underpinnings from the Type 1 Beetle and clothed it in a handsome body that was designed by Luigi Secre of Ghi ...

Plymouth Special Deluxe
Plymouth Special Deluxe

The Plymouth Deluxe was produced from 1946 to 1950 in a variety of body styles that included 2 and 4 door sedan, 2 door coupe, 2 door convertible and 4 door station wagon. This was one of the first Post-War Plymouths to come, and was offered in two trim styles, Deluxe and Special Deluxe. The first c ...

Ford Y
Ford Y

The Ford Model Y was produced by Ford Britain, Ford SAF and Ford Germany from 1932 to 1937. It was the first Ford specifically designed for markets outside the United States, replacing the Model A in Europe.   It was in production in England, where it is sometimes remembered as the " ...

Citroen C2 Cabriolet
Citroen C2 Cabriolet

The Citroen C2 - launched at the Paris Salon in 1921, was originally called the Type C, but was updated to the C2 in 1924 which was in turn superseded by the slightly longer C3 in 1925. The Type C was, and still is, also well known as the 5CV due to its French fiscal rating of its engine for taxatio ...