1967 Maserati Sebring: Sleek Performer
The Maserati Sebring embodied opulence, elegance, and dynamism. This vehicle was meticulously crafted as a grand touring masterpiece, catering to the desire for leisurely journeys along picturesque roads while delivering potent performance and precise handling for conquering even the most demanding terrains.
1967 Mercedes-Benz 200D: German Allure
The 200D, a marvel of automotive ingenuity, graced the roads with an elegance that demanded attention. From the moment it glided past, its magnetic presence spellbound onlookers. Its sleek lines and polished exterior exuded an aura of sophistication, capturing the essence of luxury on wheels.
1967 Lamborghini 400 GT: A Glimpse Into the Golden Age of Sports Vehicles
Steeped in elegance and performance, the Lamborghini 400 GT emerged as a symbol of automotive artistry and engineering prowess. With its distinctive design and powerful capabilities, it enchanted enthusiasts and drivers alike, leaving an indelible mark on the world of luxury automobiles.
1967 Maserati Ghibli: A “Storm” Car
In 1967, Maserati unveiled the initial version of the Ghibli. At that time, it was not a sedan, but a stunning coupe belonging to the GT class. The car boasted spaciousness inside and exceptional performance on the road
1967 Mercedes 280SE convertible: Paul Bracq’s masterpiece
The 280SE was a classic convertible from Mercedes-Benz, which could not be confused even a kilometer away. Stately, elite, refined. Few vehicles of that time could declare the status of their owner better than this convertible.
1967 Chevrolet Camaro: The muscular monster
A pronounced sporty silhouette with a long hood, a short trunk, and a cabin shifted back. Whether "Companion" or "Mustang-eating monster," the Camaro was one of the fastest, most stylish, and most muscular vehicles of the 60s.
1967 Sunbeam Alpine: The king of the roads
The name Sunbeam Alpine may not be super popular in the automotive industry. Still, we saw this sports roadster in many famous movies, where stars like Sean Connery, Elizabeth Taylor, and even Arnold Schwarzenegger drove it!
1967 Oldsmobile Toronado: American front-wheel-drive
Emerged as a full-size luxury car and directly competing with the Ford Thunderbird, the Oldsmobile Toronado stayed in history as the first front-wheel-drive vehicle made in the United States since the 1937 Cord 812 Automobile.
1967 Dodge Coronet: History of the legend
The iconic Coronet, which was one of the best Dodge models, was so popular in the USA that the company released as many as 8 generations of this model between 1949 and 1980. The machine had serious updates several times, which made it even more popular.
1967 Dodge Charger – а gem of Мuscle cars
The 1967 Dodge Charger is a prominent example of the Chrysler empire, produced in the heyday of the muscle car era - from the mid-60s to the early 70s.
1967 Buick Riviera – luxury for extraordinary people
1967 Riviera is the pinnacle of the Buick family in the personal luxury coupe class. Extravagant style and a huge power reserve have made it the most sought-after luxury car of the 60s, thanks to the high praise of experts and automotive journalists.