1960 Maserati 3500 GTI: Italian Superstar
The 3500 GTI captivated everyone with its sleek and alluring design. Its elongated shape and captivating curves effortlessly drew attention, while its aerodynamic body blended both style and functionality.
1960 Chevrolet Biscayne: At the Service of the State
Receiving its name at the General Motors Motorama automobile exhibition in 1955, the beautiful Chevrolet Biscayne Concept became serial only in 1958. It replaced the Chevrolet 210 and occupied the “budget car” niche in the company's lineup.
1960 Cadillac Fleetwood: American Luxury
The Fleetwood was Cadillac's iconic model known for its high level of luxury, spacious interior, and smooth ride. It was considered one of the premier luxury cars of its time and was insanely popular among Cadillac fans that included rich and famous folks around the globe. Its design and features made it one of the most recognizable and iconic automobiles of its era.
1960 AC Ace Bristol: Elegant and fast
Bristol was widely regarded as a highly esteemed and sophisticated predecessor to the iconic Shelby Cobra. The remarkable sports roadster, powered by Bristol, made a profound impression on the renowned racer Carroll Shelby. In fact, he drew inspiration from it to create his magnificent Cobra.
1960 Porsche 356B: The Phenomenon
The sporty Porsche 356 was produced by the notorious German automaker from 1948 to 1965. It went through several revisions during its production, resulting in the 356, 356A, and 356B versions. Particularly, the last one received an improved suspension system, which provided a smoother ride and better handling.
1960 Jaguar XK150: The Elegant Classic
It was the most luxurious car ever produced by Jaguar with the XK index. The rounded radiator grille and the high line of the wings made it, unlike the cars of its time. This roadster became the epitome of British elegance, sporting spirit, and success.
1960 Pontiac Catalina: “Wide Track Tiger”
Built on the B-body platform, the Catalina became a separate full-size model in 1959, replacing the junior Chieftain series. Before that (1950-1958), all Pontiac cars with a hardtop body were known as Catalina.
1960 Bentley S2 Continental: The symbol of status
The powerful engine, luxurious amenities, and sleek design made the Continental a popular choice among wealthy individuals striving to emphasize their social status. A more streamlined body and a shorter wheelbase were the distinctive features of the "Continental" styling of the famous S2 series popular in the 60s.
1960 Aston Martin DB4: The British Icon
For more than 50 years, the Aston Martin DB4 was rightfully considered one of the most beautiful cars and a real icon of pop culture. Elegant design, rich history, and excellent driving performance have made this incredible car a legend in the automotive industry.
1960 Austin-Healey 3000: Unmatched Power and Style
Austin-Healey 3000 blended power, agility, and style into a seamless package that left a lasting impression on all who had the pleasure of driving or riding in one. It was an automobile that exuded confidence and power, with a bold, muscular stance that commanded attention.
1960 Austin Vanden Plas: Forgotten, yet gorgeous
It was a vast big-front car reminiscent of an old aristocratic lady in a Victorian dress. Its conservative design and magnificence caught the attention of then-Princess Elizabeth, who purchased several Vanden Plas for her royal garage.
1960 Fiat 600 D: Italian baby
This was the Italian company’s first rear-engined model, replacing the small 500 Topolino in 1955. Both of these cars were designed by Dante Giacosa, and each time he was faced with the task of rationalizing the design to make the car small but roomy.
1960 Plymouth Savoy: American middle-class darling
The Americans immediately liked the Plymouth Savoy: the car quickly became popular with middle-income people, who were attracted not only by price but also by its good technical characteristics.
1960 Ford Thunderbird: Тhe thunderstrike of the American auto industry
For half a century, under the Thunderbird brand, Ford produced large rear-wheel-drive sedans, coupes, and roadsters positioning them as prestigious vehicles for wealthy owners, who preferred to drive themselves.
1960 Dodge Dart: The success story of America’s favorite compact sedan
For the Dodge brand, the Dart was a real success story. Launched in 1960, the brand's most compact model remained one of the most successful compacts ever to appear on the American automobile market.