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  • !style="background:darkorange" align="center" valign="middle" | Industrial vehicles ...d 8 cylinder inline power plants based on the P2 unit that established the classic architecture of Alfa engines, with light alloy construction, [[hemi|hemisph
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  • Vehicles that can be considered [[automobiles]] may have been demonstrated as early ''Also see'' [[History of steam road vehicles]]
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  • ...lt at [[Pinewood Studios]]. Forster aimed to make the film more modern yet classic: antique planes were used for a dogfight sequence, while [[Dennis Gassner]] ...voice-activated briefcase), as well as their traditional [[die-cast toy]] vehicles. They will also release 7-inch figures of characters from the previous film
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  • ...expand business and began to private label other products and assemble new vehicles. Similar to [[Ducati]], Malaguti diversified into washing machines, [[exerc ...trol on the assembly lines ensure long life, reliability and safety to our vehicles, now more than ever appreciated and admired for their innovative design and
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  • A few larger four- and six-cylinder vehicles were individually built to order; almost all were prototypes. ...color=>The engine looks very familiar, and why not? It is one third of the classic 250GT V12
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  • ...ith 799 units sold. Powered by a 327ci V8 Chevrolet Corvette engine with a classic de Dion rear suspension design with pressed-steel monocoque bodywork over p ...ime, some of them claiming to be original cars, or even the "Le Mans Car". Classic Car consultants talk about six or more chassis. One of these replicas were
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  • ...tive Editions for the North American market). Widely regarded as a design classic, it remained in production for almost three decades with only minor aesthet [[Category:Alfa Romeo vehicles|Spider Veloce]]
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  • ...same drawing board, although with slightly different proportions, another classic 70s design was created - the Volkswagen Golf. [[Category:Alfa Romeo vehicles|Sprint]]
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  • ...assenger cars were [[rear-wheel drive]] — the bigger models followed the classic [[FR layout]] (front engine powering the rear axle), while small cars were ...ess crucial nameplate, for which it was an entry into a whole new class of vehicles.
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  • ...ively introduced to younger audience with its appearance in the 90's world classic racing game [[Sega Rally Championship]] and has since popped up in various [[Category:Lancia vehicles|Stratos]]
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  • ...with more power or performance than is typical for cars in general. Often vehicles in the [[muscle car]], performance sedan/saloon or [[grand tourer]] (GT) ca ...r in sports cars than in the mainstream and is declared by some to be the "classic" layout for sports cars. The lighter rear-end and rear drive increases the
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  • ...the iconic [[Maserati 3500|3500 GT]], it was also the first in a series of classic Maseratis to be given the name of a wind. It was offered both in Coupe and [[Category:Maserati vehicles|Mexico]]
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  • There are two classic types of V8s which differ by crankshaft: ...nd [[1970]] by Ford licensees around the world, mostly powering commercial vehicles.
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  • ...ans]] including the ALMS) disallowed the MC12 to compete in the "Endurance Classic". [[Category:Maserati vehicles|MC12]]
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  • ...ign]], whose founder and head Giorgetto Giugiaro penned, among others, the classic Ghibli, Bora and Merak. [[Category:Maserati vehicles|3200 GT]]
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  • ...ts Car International]]'' magazine. Similarly, ''[[Motor Trend|Motor Trend Classic]]'' named the 365 GTB/4 and GTS/4 as number two in their list of the ten "G {{Ferrari vehicles}}
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  • ...as the top sports car of all time. Similarly, ''[[Motor Trend|Motor Trend Classic]]'' named the 250 GTO as number one in their list of the "Greatest Ferraris ...and the stock market became a questionable investment, the market value of classic cars, especially Ferraris, went geometric - and as the much-touted great ex
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  • ...1950s and early 1960s. It was the company's most successful early line of vehicles, produced for over a decade from 1953 to 1964 and spawning countless varian ''[[Motor Trend|Motor Trend Classic]]'' named the 250 GT Series I Cabriolet and Coupe as number nine in their l
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  • ''[[Motor Trend|Motor Trend Classic]]'' named the 166MM Barchetta as number six in their list of the ten "Great [[Category:Ferrari vehicles|166]]
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  • |Shown by Markowski during the XV Palm Beach Cavallino Classic at The Breakers, Palm Beach/FL {{Early Ferrari vehicles}}
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