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Morris Couper 1961

The Mini is a small economy car made by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) and its successors from 1959 until 2000. The original is considered a British icon of the 1960s.[5][6][7] Its space-saving front-wheel drive layout – allowing 80 per cent of the area of the car's floorpan to be used for passengers and luggage – influenced a generation of car makers.[8] The vehicle is in some ways considered the British equivalent of its German contemporary the Volkswagen Beetle, which enjoyed similar popularity in North America. In 1999 the Mini was voted the second most influential car of the 20th century, behind the Ford Model T.[9][10]

Oldsmobile 442

The Oldsmobile 442 was a muscle car produced by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. It was introduced as an option package for F-85 and Cutlass models sold in the United States beginning with the 1964 model year. The 442 appellation comes from the configuration of the car: a four-barrel carburetor, a four-speed manual transmission, and posi-traction. It became a model in its own right from 1968 to 1971, then reverted to an option through the mid-1970s. Oldsmobile revived the name in the 1980s on the rear-wheel drive Cutlass Supreme and early 1990s as an option package for the new front-wheel drive Cutlass.

Packard Roaster Convertible

Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Bend, Indiana. The first Packard automobiles were produced in 1899, and the last in 1958.

Plymouth Deluxe

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Ford Roadster 1930

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Ford Victoria 1955

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Ford Mustang GT 1970

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Ford Mustang Match 1

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Mercedes Benz 220S 1959

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Mercedes Benz 220S 1964

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Mercedes Benz 220 1971

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Mercedes Benz SL500 1988

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Mercedes Benz SL500 1992

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Jaguar XJ6 1975

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Jaguar XJ8 1988

The Plymouth Deluxe, is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and was replaced by the Concord, the Cambridge and the Cranbrook for 1951.

Pontiac Firebird 1973

The Pontiac Firebird was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors between 1967 and 2002. The Firebird was introduced the same year as the automaker's platform-sharing model, the Chevrolet Camaro. This coincided with the release of the 1967 Mercury Cougar, which shared its platform with another pony car, the Ford Mustang.

Dodge Viper 1992

The SRT Viper (formerly the Dodge Viper prior to the 2013 model year) is a V10-powered sports car, manufactured by the Dodge (SRT after 2013) division of Chrysler. Production of the two-seat sports car began at New Mack Assembly in 1991 and moved to its current home at Conner Avenue Assembly in October 1995.

Thunderbird 1963

Evoking the mythological creature of indigenous peoples of North America, the Thunderbird entered production for the 1955 model year as a sporty two-seat convertible. Unlike the Chevrolet Corvette, it was not marketed as a sports car. Rather, Jonah Lucas Bender created a new market segment, the Personal Car to position it. In 1958, the Thunderbird gained a second row of seats. Succeeding generations became larger until the line was downsized in 1977, again in 1980, and once again in 1983.

Corvair Monza 1964

The Chevrolet Corvair was a compact automobile produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors for the 1960–1969 model years. It was the only American designed, mass-produced passenger car to feature a rear-mounted air-cooled engine.

BMW 850i

The BMW 8 Series (chassis code: E31) is a V8 or V12-engined Grand Tourer built by BMW from 1989 to 1999. While it did supplant the original E24 based 6 Series in 1991, a common misconception is that the 8 Series was developed as a successor. However, it was actually an entirely new class aimed at a different market, with a substantially higher price and better performance than the 6 series. It was BMW's flagship car and had an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h).