Back in 1964, the Jensen C-V8 was one of the fastest four-seat cars in the world, able to reach top speeds of 130 mph. Produced by the English car manufacturer, Jensen Motors, between 1962 and 1966, this C-V8 model had an elegant, classic look.
The impressive vehicle had fiberglass bodywork and aluminum door skins, and of course, the famous big-block engines that all C-V8s used. This car was such a classic that even Sean Connery had a Jensen C-V8 in the during his time as the legendary James Bond.
1964 Rolls-Royce Mulliner Park Ward Phantom V
The 1964 Rolls Royce Mulliner Park Ward Phantom V is not only the vehicle with the longest name in car history, but was also the preferred car by the royal family for many decades. Both the queen and the queen mother had once. However, many years later, another famous, yet less royal British icon would own a Phantom V: The legendary Beatles member, John Lennon.
The regal-looking Phantom V was a large, four-door limousine that was produced by the Rolls-Royce company between 1959 and 1968. This exclusive luxury vehicle had a V8 engine and a Hydra-Matic automatic gearbox made by General Motors. The Phantom V's low gear gave the car a walking speed that was ideal for ceremonies, which is probably why it was the British monarchy's vehicle of choice for so many years.
1962 Willys Jeep CJ-6
The 1962 CJ-6 Jeep was made famous worldwide when it became one of U.S. president Ronald Reagan's favorite rides. When he was back in his ranch in the Santa Ynez mountains of California, Reagan was always on his trusty Jeep. The CJ-6 was a wider version of the previous CJ-5, which allowed for more spacing options, like adding a second row of seats.
This beautiful, sturdy little jeep had side-facing rear bench seats, an 8,000 pound winch, a 134 cubic-inch flathead four-cylinder engine, Dana axles, and a Spicer transfer case.
1964 Porsche 904 GTS
This gorgeous Porsche 904 race car is a very rare model, since only a hundred were ever produced between 1964 and 1965, in Germany. Porsche released this 904 model after withdrawing from 1962's Formula One, in order to race again with a new car for the 1964 season.
The vintage two-seater car is considered to be the first supercar ever built, since it was built for racing but could also be driven as a very indulgent street-car. Porsche produced 106 904 GTS models, which marked the start of a fine series of sports cars that ended with the 917 model.
1960 Cadillac Eldorado
Cadillacs are recognized as one of the world's finest cars, and their 1960 Cadillac Eldorado is nothing short of a legend. The Eldorado line was designed, produced and sold by Cadillac for twelve generations, from 1952 to 2002. With a smooth style, a full-width grille, low tailfins, finned rear drums and an X-frame build made this car into an impressive-looking machine.
This beautiful vintage car has been the favorite of many Hollywood celebrities and known car collectors, and has been featured in several blockbuster films.