Another prestigious Italian automobile manufacturer was Lancia, and their 1961 Flaminia was stunning and powerful. Produced from 1957 to 1970, the Flaminia was a coachbuilt cars that had a classic look, making them ideal to use for official state occasions and events.
The Flaminia was a two-door, four-headlight model that had a decreased wheelbase, which meant there was only space for two seats.
1962 Bentley S2 Continental
Bentley Motors is a world-known, long-standing luxury cars manufacturer, and its 1962 S2 Continental model was an absolute beauty. Produced between 1959 and 1962, the S2 featured an extremely powerful Rolls-Royce/Bentley L Series V8 engine that allowed for improved air conditioning.
A brand-new steering wheel and dashboard were also introduced to the high-performance S2 Continental series, which became a Bentley favorite among high-end car collectors.
1964 Pontiac Tempest LeMans GTO
The legendary 1964 Pontiac Tempest was the first commercially available muscle car, marketed toward younger generations that wanted a vehicle to "look cool in". Its 215 cu inch six-cylinder engine made it roar like a beast, which was obviously a huge hit among young people.
For those who decided to upgrade their Pontiac Tempest LeMans to the GTO option, they got high-performance 389 CID V8 engines, special GTO nameplates, dual exhausts, dual hood scoops and dash panel inserts.
1964 Sunbeam Tiger
In 1964, the Rootes Group, a British automobile manufacturer, released the Sunbeam Tiger. The Tiger was a high-performance, V8 engine version of their Sunbeam Alpine roadster, and it was partly designed by famous American car designer and racer, Carroll Shelby.
The Sunbeam Tiger was produced from 1964 to 1967, with two major versions: the Mark I, which had a 260 cu in V8 engine, and the Mark II, which featured a larger, 289 cu in engine. Two modified versions of the Sunbeam Tiger Mark I were designed to compete in the 1964 24 Hours of LeMans race, but neither finished the race. Once the Rootes Group was purchased by Chrysler in 1967, production of the Tiger ended soon after.
1969 Rambler SC/Rambler
The unique 1969 Rambler was designed by American Motors, and was an affordable, $3,000 muscle car that featured a 390 cu inch V8 engine with a manual four-speed gearbox that made driving it an absolute pleasure. The all-American Rambler had a stiff suspension, dual exhausts, a heavy-duty clutch, great cooling system, quick and easy steering, cool-air induction and Goodyear Polyglas tires.
As for the aesthetics, the 1969 Rambler had chrome hood tiedowns, teardrop=shaped rearview mirrors, a woodgrain steering wheel, reclining front seats, special body paint, and a gorgeous, all-vinyl upholstery. The car was a beautiful piece of machinery, to say the least.