Do you love the 1930s Citroen Traction Avant or 1950s and 1960s Bentleys? Learn about these and cars like the Lagonda, the Nova, the Thunderbird and classic Jaguars.
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Britain's high-performance Jensen Interceptor never got much attention in the U.S., though every one of these Italian-styled tourers carried a Chrysler V-8 engine and TorqueFlite automatic transmission. Read about the 1966-1991 Jensen Interceptor.
The Chrysler Chronos was born of a design competition and based on a 1953 classic. It served as Chrysler's bold 1998 flagship concept and featured a smooth 350-horsepower and a 6.0-liter overhead-cam V-10. See photos and learn about this concept car.
A chance meeting between William Lyons, founder of Jaguar, and a neighbor led to the creation of a classic. Cars like the 1937 SS Jaguar 100 gave Jaguar a reputation for producing beautifully styled sports cars. Follow the Jaguar story from the start.
The 1962-1996 Buick V-6 was originally built to save money over the production cost of the V-8. The V-6 was durable and adaptable which helped this engine last longer than all other engines of this era. Learn more about the efficient 1962-1996 Buick V-6.
The arrival of the Jeep Wagoneer in the fall of 1962 was tremendously important for Jeep. In fact its arrival was a defining event for an entire class of vehicles that would spring up over the next 40 years. Check out this revolutionary vehicle.