1964 Maserati Sebring: A Race-Bred Grand Tourer
Sebring stood apart from the rest of the pack because of its elegant and refined exterior design that exuded Italian glamor.
1964 Maserati 3500 GTI: The Striking One
With its unveiling in the early 1960s, the Maserati 3500 GTI sent shockwaves through the automotive realm, capturing the imagination of enthusiasts and critics alike. Beyond being just a means of transportation, the 3500 GTI transcended the boundaries of mere machinery, becoming an embodiment of the extravagant and glamorous Italian lifestyle that captivated the world
1964 Lincoln Continental: The Great American
The fourth Generation Continental appeared to save the Lincoln company from bankruptcy. It was indeed a great vehicle, a worthy rival for luxurious Cadillacs. Equipped with a vast 7-liter V8, it received a 2-year warranty (unprecedented for American automobiles), the California walnut veneer trim, and, of course, the high-end technology that made the automobile the wealthiest darling.
1964 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III: The Royal one
The press did not skimp on the Silver Cloud's praise, calling it "the most beautiful car ever built." It was a conservatively beautiful automobile that became the basis of the style of the post-war Rolls-Royce models and one of the brand's classics. It immediately attracted attention with its harmony and graceful streamlined lines.
1964 Mercedes-Benz 230 SL: German quality
Early SL cars had not yet gone out of fashion, as in the early 1960s, automotive design began to change dramatically. Therefore, in the summer of 1963, the Mercedes-Benz 230 SL appeared, nicknamed "Pagoda", because of the shape of its roof, reminiscent of a Chinese pagoda.
1964 Porsche 911: The legendary sports car
The iconic Porsche 911, which is almost 60 years old, is still an exclusive sports car that emphasizes the status of its owner.
1964 Pontiac Catalina: the powerful jewel of Detroit
Catalina was a great example of Pontiac's huge torque cars: it accelerated like lightning from a standstill, and the powerful engine and sporty options made it one of the fastest full-size cars produced in Detroit at the time.
1964 Renault Caravelle – course for the USA
Renault Caravelle with its French roots and Italian design has remained in history not only as a successful model for the youth but also as one of the symbols of the melting of the Cold War ice.