American Legends: 1966 Ford Thunderbird
If the entire history of the American automobile industry had to be reduced to one, but the most important, the most principled confrontation, then it would certainly be the age-old dispute between Ford and Chevrolet. As a result of the rivalry between these two giants, the legendary Thunderbird was born.
1966 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu: America’s Muscle “dream”
The Chevelle was the epitome of the "muscle" concept popular in the 60s - "big motor in a small car" and its popularity was not just deserved, but completely predetermined.
1966 Mercedes-Benz 230SL – the unrivaled lightness of perfection
The legendary Mercedes-Benz 230SL model was an outstanding example of the global automotive industry. Brand’s fans remembered it as a unique representative of the cult brand's series of unrivaled light sports cars.
1966 Ford Mustang: a symbol of the American auto industry
Everyone has heard of the Ford Mustang. No wonder! Few models among production vehicles can boast the same worldwide fame that the Ford Mustang does. The iconic first model appeared on April 17, 1964, at the New York World Fair and dramatically changed the US auto industry, making so-called Pony Cars popular.
1966 Ford Mustang Fastback
The SR-71 Blackbird spy aircraft entered service in 1966, the last episode of the Dick Van Dyke Show aired, and Ford released the original Mustang Fastback for the last time before the 1967 model year switch, which included a significantly redesigned version. Despite the fact that the Mustang had a wonderful year in sales, the beloved Fastback had a 50% drop in sales from the previous model year. In 1966, only 35,000 Mustang Fastbacks were built, making this vehicle very desirable among Mustang enthusiasts.