Top 5 Classic and Vintage Cars

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There is something very special about vintage cars and it has become evident that their classic nurse will never end because it is almost impossible to move from the foundations that this legends put into the auto industry. The measurements used in the present day because of the exceptional works that were done in the past.

Thanks to them, today we can boast of things like elegance, perfection, and quality when it comes to vehicles. All of them are combined in forms and shapes of a classic example of what can be called a stylish car which knows no obstacle and no age. If you’re wondering what the top 5 classic and vintage cars that you can find in the present are, this article is about to expose you to them.

1955 Citroen DS

1955 Citroen DS

The 1955 Citroen DS had to be the first car on the list as it is the pride of French auto designs in the industry. This car was one that shook the world during the Paris motor show and since then it has remained a valuable car in the hearts of many because of the respect it has won. The imaginative designs and models of Citroen has put it as a vehicle that can stand right up to famous brands like Aston Martin, Bentley, Maserati and many other well known brands in the auto industry.

The Citroen DS was designed by Flaminio Bertoni was a car designed with so much innovation at the time as it featured things like fibreglass and aluminium bodywork. Such a smooth new age aesthetic outlook coupled with the implementation of the hydropneumatic suspension work together to present a revolution in elegance and style.

1956 Spritely Austin

1956 Spritely Austin

The Spritely Austin- Healey Sprite is the famous 1956 conservative 2 seater vehicle that emerged from a cooperation between the popular Donald Healey and the chief of the British motor corporation Leonard Lord. The sprite is a vehicle that was designed to be the world’s first must delivered sports car that will utilise a huge number of existing segments as could ever be possible. The back axle front suspension as well as the gearbox were from the Austin A35, the rock and the pinion steering were from the morris minor, also 948cc A-series car with twin SU carburettors to offer strength and power at the end. The end result was the frog high-profile and it was a practical solution to the plant version and epic and remarkable look that is famous even in the 21st century.

1967 Corvette L88

1967 Corvette L88

The 1967 Corvette L88, muscular auto is a very classy choice. One reason why it is all the more wanted is the fact that only 20 of these vehicle were made in 1967. This classic was rewarded with Bloomington gold certification, the highest accreditation in the covert hobby with only one 1967 corvette L88 created in Sunfire yellow.

According to the words of Steve Hendricks who is in charge of rebuilding works, the suspension and stream of the model is still maintained along with its original control brakes and master cylinder, M22 transmission and L8 its motto with the first frame are all put together to round it up. He also mentioned that the first tank sticker is still available on the vehicle.

1955 Ferrari 500

1955 Ferrari 500
Ferrari 500 Mondial
Photo: James Lipman / jameslipman.com

The last vehicle but not the least important on our collection today is the 1955 Ferrari Mondial series ii. The mentioned model was sold back to Ferrari in 1995. It was one of the three models that Ferrari purchased, and the industrial facility offers free transportation to its vehicle all the way to the inaugural grand prix of Venezuela.

One very unique stamp on the 500 Mondial is the first cylinder motor that is akin to that of the 553 thousand Prix vehicle. A gearbox that has 5 speed crash with no synchromesh combined with a 107bhp in a 2 litre unit coupled with the use of to Weber carburettors is meant specially for the 500 Mondial.

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