Classic Car Data
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1963 to 1967
The earliest edition of the 911 had a 130 metric horsepower (96 kW; 128 hp) Type 901/01 flat-6 engine, in the "boxer" configuration like the 356, air-cooled and rear-mounted, displaced 1991 cc compared with the 356's four-cylinder, 1582 cc unit.
1978 to 1981
A series of improvements made to the Esprit during its initial run culminated in the S2 (or Series 2) Esprit, which was introduced in 1978.
1985 to 1991
In 1985 the engine was improved again, bored and stroked to 5167 cc and given four valves per cylinder (quattrovalvole in Italian).
1951 to 1953
The Aston Martin DB3 and later DB3S were sports racing cars built in the 1950s.
1979 to 1987
The E24 BMW 6 Series coupé was produced/sold by German automaker Bavarian Motor Works from 1976 to 1988 (1989 in the US) model years.
1926 to 1928
The Austin Twelve was introduced by the Austin Motor Company in 1921.
1935 to 1939
The Alvis Firebird was a British touring car made between 1935 and 1939 by Alvis Ltd in Coventry.
1996 to 2004
n 1996, Lotus launched the Esprit V8.
1977 to 1985
Mercedes-Benz introduced the W123 four-door versions in January, 1976.
1966 to 1980
The 124 Sport Spider is a 2+2 convertible sports car marketed by Fiat from 1966 to 1980 – having debuted at the November 1966 Turin Auto Show.
1966 to 1973
Maserati Ghibli is the name of three different cars produced by Italian manufacturer Maserati: a V8 grand tourer from 1966 to 1973, a V6 twin-turbo coupé from 1992 to 1997, and lastly the Maserati Ghibli (M157) executive saloon from 2013 on.
1975 to 1982
BMW E21 is the body designation for the first BMW 3 Series compact executive car, produced by the German automaker BMW from 1975 to 1983.
1970 to 1976
In the late 1960s, Ford set about developing the third-generation Cortina,the MK3, which would be produced in higher volumes than before, following the recent merger of Ford of Britain and Ford of Germany into the modern-day Ford of Europe.
1957 to 1964
The Messerschmitt KR200, or Kabinenroller (Cabin Scooter), was a three-wheeled bubble car designed by the aircraft engineer Fritz Fend and produced in the factory of the German aircraft manufacturer Messerschmitt from 1955 to 1964.
1971 to 1978
In 1970 the G21 was initially available with either a 1599 cc Ford Kent engine, or a 3-litre Ford V6 engine.
1982 to 1986
Rover SD1 is both the code name and eventual production name given to a series of executive cars built by British Leyland (BL), under the Rover marque.
1961 to 1969
The Austin A60 Cambridge replaced the A55 and had a slightly longer and wider wheelbase which provided space for 3 people to sit in the rear seat.
1936 to 1939
The 12+ was produced between 1936 and 1939, with a total production of 3,750 vehicles (which includes the 14).
1986 to 1989
The 300SL base model was available as standard in a 5-speed manual although very few were sold.
1950 to 1953
The MG T series included the TA, TB, TC, TD, and TF Midget models, a range of body-on-frame convertible sports cars produced in a sequence from 1936 to 1955.
1956 to 1962
The Mark II Zodiac was slightly altered to distinguish it from the lesser variants, having more elaborate tail-end styling and at the front a different grille.
1922 to 1939
The Austin 7 was an economy car produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by the Austin Motor Company.
1969 to 1971
The Aston Martin DB6 is a grand tourer and was produced from September 1965 to January 1971.
1967 to 1975
Iso Fidia (or Iso Rivolta Fidia), initially Iso Rivolta S4, was a four-door sedan from the Italian automobile maker Iso Automoveicoli S.
1967 to 1977
The NSU Ro 80 is a large sedan-type automobile which was produced by the West German firm NSU from 1967 until 1977.
1966 to 1967
The Alvis Three Litre series IV, TF21 was the last car produced by Alvis cars.
1974 to 1980
The fixed-roof MGB GT was introduced in October 1965.
1956 to 1968
The Austin A35 was an upgraded Austin A30 and was produced in Saloon, Estate, Van, and Pick-Up forms.
1967 to 1971
The Mangusta replaced the Vallelunga model, on which its chassis was based.
1936 to 1937
Lagonda is a British luxury car marque established in 1906, which has been owned by Aston Martin since 1947.
1979 to 1984
The AC 3000ME was one of those cars that looked like a potential winner when it was first announced in its 3 litre form.
1973 to 1978
The car switched back to Weber carburetors for the Series 3 in 1973, ostensibly to help the car pass new stricter emissions standards in California but most likely because Aston Martin was unable to make the Bosch fuel injection system work correctly.
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