Other 1970s Classic Car Manufacturers

The Opel 1900, Cadillac Fleetwood Eldorado and Alfra Romeo are just a few cars in our Other Classic & Collectible Car Manufacturers Channel the 1970s models. View car photos, read histories and more.

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1975-1986 Rolls-Royce Camargue

In its day the 1975-1986 Rolls-Royce Camargue was the costliest "Roller" in history. By the end of its run it sported amenities like climate control, cell phone and a compact disc player. Get style engine and pricing details on this collectible car.


1970-1978 AMC Gremlin

American Motors was determined to be the first U.S. manufacturer to bring the subcompact car to the market -- and it did with the 1970 AMC Gremlin. See pictures and learn more about the 1970-1978 AMC Gremlin.

1973-1977 Chevrolet Chevelle

The 1973-1977 Chevrolet Chevelle provided full-size amenities in a mid-size car, at a mid-size price. Like many new Chevrolet models of the era, these Chevelles were also exceptional drivers' cars. Learn more about the 1973-1977 Chevelle.

1970-1977 Triumph Stag

The 1970-1977 Triumph Stag found a surprising niche as a collectible car. Part of the collectability factor comes from the uniqueness of this particular car. Find out more about this British luxury convertible and see pictures of it.

1969-1973 Imperial

The 1969-1973 Chrysler Imperial was known for its fuselage theme because the cars called up images of aircraft. The car was meant to give buyers a sense of class and luxury. The Chrysler Imperial did just that. Read about 1969-1973 Imperials in this article.

1967-1974 Saab Sonetts

The 1967-1974 Saab Sonetts were a sporty something new for the Swedish automaker. The Saab Sonett helped Saab become one of the most popular producers of sports cars in the world. Learn more about the 1967-1974 Saab Sonetts and see pictures here.

1972-1976 Jensen-Healey and Jensen GT

Jensen-Healey and Jensen GT cars had a short and troubled run. Customers could not justify the high price for a car with added weight that greatly reduced acceleration. Find history and specifications for the 1972-1976 Jensen-Healey and Jensen GT.

The 1971-1975 Opel 1900/Manta Coupe/Rallye/Luxus offered terrific handling plus an ultra-strong engine. The car is not to be confused with the later Isuzu-built "Opels" from Japan. Learn more about these cars in this article.

1975-1986 Rolls-Royce Camargue

In its day the 1975-1986 Rolls-Royce Camargue was the costliest "Roller" in history. By the end of its run it sported amenities like climate control, cell phone and a compact disc player. Get style engine and pricing details on this collectible car.

1979-1982 Honda Prelude

The 1979-1982 Honda Prelude was a sports car that was easy to own and fun to drive. A solid Prelude will appreciate but a car needing restoration will never return your investment. Find out more about this practical and collectible car.

The 1968-1976 BMW 2002 is considered by some to be the best BMW ever built. It was the well-loved and highly successful version of BMW's smaller sedan. To many BMW fans the 2002 is the best car ever to come from Germany. Learn about this classic car.