The 1959-1971 Mercedes-Benz Coupe and Cabriolet went through five single-overhead-cam engines as they evolved. As per Mercedes’ practice, they were announced about a year behind their new-design "S-class" sedan parent.
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From 1963-68 many Mercury models had Breezeways which were retractable rear windows. This feature provided a new level of interior comfort as well as distinctive styling. Find facts and photos about these practical novel cars in this article.
The 1966 Ford Fairlane 427 was built to rival its competition. Ford developed an all-new 221-cubic-inch V-8 and a bored-out 260-cid engine for the Fairlane. The Fairlane was also used in NASCAR racing during the 60s. Learn more about the Ford Fairlane 427.