The Maserati Quattroporte, Rover 2000 and Jensen FF are just a few featured in our 1960s Other Manufactures Channel. See car pictures and read histories on models from the '60s.
The 1956-1968 Renault Dauphine enjoyed a long successful run. The original name of this car was to be "Corvette" but Chevrolet beat Renault to the punch. Get valuable design and engineering details for Renault's appealing sedan.
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.
The 1963-1975 Vanden Plas Princess 1100/1300 was a great success as a British model, but bombed in the U.S due to meager performance and an unreliable suspension. Learn more about this collectible car.
The 1959-1964 Vanden Plas Princess 3 Litre was a powerful, upscale, elegant British sports car. Power came from a sturdy 3.0-liter overhead-valve straight six engine. Explore the features of this great collectible car.
The 1964-1968 Vanden Plas Princess 4 Litre R featured a Rolls-Royce engine in an elegant body. The 175 horsepower light-alloy F-head six-cylinder engine propelled the Plas Princess 4 Litre R to a top speed of 106-mph. Find out why this model makes a good collectible car.
The 1963-1973 Rover 2000/2000TC was engineering at its best for this time. In basic form, this Rover was capable of reaching speeds that exceeded 100-mph. Get details about the engine, styling, and value of this collectible car.
The 1959-1973 Rover P5/P5B Series was the second-generation postwar design from British Rover Company. These four-door sedans featuring semi-unitized construction. Read about the styling on this collectible car.
The 1958-1965 Volvo PV544 is known for its lasting reliability, powerful engine and one-of-a-kind styling. This was also the first Volvo to sell significant numbers in America. Explore this classic collectible car.
The powerful and fast 1958-1967 Saab 750GT/850GT was the early Saab sedan in its hottest form. Styling was marked by the aerodynamic "humpback" look. Power was provided by an ohv 2-stroke 3. Get details about the engine of this collectible car.
The collectible 1962-1966 Jensen CV8 features the distinctive fiberglass-body production of Richard and Allen Jensen. Discover more about this Anglo-American hybrid's pluses, minuses, production facts, specifications, engine types and more.
Built on a unique and daring concept the 1966-1971 Jensen FF was the world's first four-wheel-drive supercar. Discover much more about this trail-blazing auto's positives, negatives, production facts, specifications, engine types and more.
The top speed of the aptly-named 1961-1964 Lagonda Rapide nearly approached 130 miles per hour! Learn about this high-performance classic car and discover the positives, negatives, production facts, specifications, engine types and more.
The 1963-1969 Maserati Quattroporte combined high performance with the convenience of a 4-door sedan -- a rarity in GTs -- making this an unusual collectible car. Learn about the 1963-1969 Maserati Quattroporte including specifications and engine types.
The 1967-1972 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 was so fast that owners actually removed identifying factors of the car so as to avoid suspicion by the law. Learn more about the 1967-1972 Mercedes-Benz 300SEL 6.3 including the production facts and engine type.
The 1963-1966 NSU Wankel Spider is a rare car that has a ton of curiosity value and plenty of historical interest. Learn more about this interesting car and discover the auto's positives, negatives, production facts, specifications, engine typeand more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 1965-1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupe and Zagato featured a powerful engine that helped it earn recognition in rallies and its cool styling drew stares. Learn more about the 1965-1976 Lancia Fulvia Coupe and Zagato including pluses, minuses and more.