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1960s Classic Cars

In the 1960s, the United States battled with overseas manufacturers for market share, and models introduced in this era ranged from compact cars to muscle cars. Learn about hundreds of cars from the 1960s.

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1959-1968 Rolls-Royce Phantom V

The 1959-1968 Rolls-Royce Phantom V was lofty and dignified, yet capable of 100-plus mph. Considered the best of the best, the Phantom V offered superb luxury and excellent performance. Get details about the engine on this collectible car.

1961-1965 Jaguar Mark X

The 1961-1965 Jaguar Mark X is the largest Jaguar sedan ever yet was still quick and easy to handle. Discover more about the roomy 1961-1965 Jaguar Mark X and learn about this stylish car's pros, cons, specifications, production facts and more.

1963-1969 Jaguar S-Type/420

The 1963-1969 Jaguar S-Type/420 is considered the predecessor of the impressive XJ6 series. Check out the sterling 1963-1969 Jaguar S-Type/420 and learn about this stylish car's pluses, minuses, specifications, production facts, engine types and more.

1959-1960 Pontiac Bonneville Hardtops & Convertible

The 1959-1960 Pontiac Bonneville Hardtops & Convertible were big, smooth, and impressive. It was also quite affordable and handled surprisingly well. Get details about the performance of this collectible car.

1960-1963 Imperial Crown

The 1960-1963 Imperial Crowns were the last styled by Virgil Exner. Chrysler's wedgehead 413 was used all years and there were few mechanical or chassis changes from 1957-1959. Learn more about these high luxury collectibles cars.

1961-1967 Lincoln Continental by Lehmann-Peterson

The 1961-1967 Lincoln Continental by Lehmann-Peterson was designed for heads of state and was custom-built by the Chicago coach-building firm. Learn more about the 1961-1967 Lincoln Continental including the productions facts and specifications.

1959-1962 Lancia Flaminia Coupe & Spyder

Intended to replace the Aurelia, the 1959-1964 Lancia Flaminia Coupe and Spyder was itself later overshadowed by the Fulvia and Flavia series. Learn about the 1959-1964 Lancia Flaminia Coupe and Spyder, including its successes and failures.

1961-1963 Lincoln Continental

The 1961-1963 Lincoln Continental is considered among the most handsome large American cars ever produced but it's also known for its quality. Learn about the 1961-1963 Lincoln Continental including production facts, specifications and more.

1968-1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III

Designed to compete with the Cadillac Eldorado the 1968-1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III always trailed in sales but not by much so it's considered a success. Learn about the 1968-1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III including production facts and more.

1967-1974 Iso S4 Fidia

The 1967-1974 Iso S4 Fidia was surprisingly quick for its size topping out at over 130 mph. Discover the impressive 1967-1974 Iso S4 Fidia and learn more about this speedy auto's pluses, minuses, specifications, production facts and more.

1960-1969 Jaguar Mark II

The 1960-1969 Jaguar Mark II features the powerful XK twin cam six in a classic British exterior. Check out the stylish 1960-1969 Jaguar Mark II and learn about this attractive auto's pluses, minuses, specifications, production facts and more.

1964-1970 Imperial Crown

The 1964-1970 Imperial Crown sported a crisp conservative look not seen in this line before. Latter Imperials were redesigned around a unit body/chassis and a shorter wheelbase similar to then-current Chryslers. Read more about this classic car.

1960-1963 Imperial LeBaron

The 1960-1963 Imperial LeBaron was an incredibly luxurious alternative to standard Imperials. Check out the hard-to-find 1960-1963 Imperial LeBaron and learn about the pros, cons, production facts, specifications and more.

1964-1970 Imperial LeBaron

The 1964-1970 Imperial LeBaron was loaded with high-grade accessories and power assists. Learn more about the lavish 1964-1970 Imperial LeBaron and check out this luxury car's pluses, minuses, specifications, production facts, engine type and more.

1962-1963 Ford Thunderbird Sports Roadster

The rarity and unique good looks of the 1962-1963 Ford Thunderbird Sports Roadster make it a prime collectible. A fiberglass tonneau cover fit over the rear seat area to give the appearance of a two-seater. Learn more about this collectible car.

1962-1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL

The 1962-1964 Ford Galaxie 500XL was the first of the big performance Fords with bucket seats console and posh interior trim. The 500 was de-emphasized as a performance car after Ford's winningest NASCAR year ever 1965. Read more about this classic car.

1963-1970 Ford (GB) Lotus-Cortina

The 1963-1970 Ford (GB) Lotus-Cortina handled great and had high appreciation potential. It was based on Ford of England's mass-market Cortina sedan created by Colin Chapman for racing and rallying duty. Learn more about this classic car.

1965-1966 Ford Galaxie 500XL

The 1965-1966 Ford Galaxie 500XL featured Ford's first-ever coil-spring rear suspension and it was handsome to boot! Despite two-ton heft these Fords could be quite fast and were rewarding to drive in most any form. Read more about this collectible car.

1961-1970 Innocenti Spider/Coupe

The 1961-1970 Innocenti Spider/Coupe was the trendy result of pairing British Motor Corporation with Italy's Innocenti. See the rare 1961-1970 Innocenti Spider/Coupe and learn about this chic car's pros, cons, specifications, engine type and more.

1963-1970 Iso Rivolta

The 1963-1970 Iso Rivolta was an Italo-American hybrid coupe powered by the Chevrolet 327 V-8. Check out more about the attractive 1963-1970 Iso Rivolta and learn about this hybrid's pros cons specifications production facts engine type and more.

1964-1966 Gordon-Keeble GK1 & GKIT

The Gordon-Keeble GK1 & GKIT combined Chevrolet power with British engineering. Considered as desirable as a Ferrari at the time it lacked the cachet of a famous name. Learn more about the 1964-1966 Gordon-Keeble GK1 & GKIT.

1967-1973 Fiat Dino Spyder & Coupe

The 1967-1973 Fiat Dino Spyder & Coupe featured high performance and a lower cost that Ferraris. Later models are preferred for their bigger engine, better suspension and five-speed ZF gearbox. Read more about these classic cars.

1961-1968 Fiat 2300S

The 1961-1968 Fiat 2300S had Ghia styling and fine performance but it was not plentiful in the U.S. It began life as a one-off design study that was then adopted by Fiat as a regular model. Read more about this collectible car.

1965-1974 Fiat 850 Coupe & Spider

The 1965-1974 Fiat 850 Coupe & Spyder are notable as the last of Fiat's rear-engine sports models. Both vehicles were quite noisy and cramped but great fun to drive with top speeds 85-90mph. Read more about these collectible cars.

1962-1975 Lancia Flavia Coupe/Convertible/Zagato/2000

The 1962-1975 Lancia Flavia Coupe Convertible Zagato and 2000 was the first Italian car with front-wheel drive but its distinctive Pininfarina styling was noteworthy too. Learn more about the Lancia Flavia Coupe Convertible Zagato and 2000.

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