1970 Mustang Mach 1: Reviving the Legend
With its aggressive styling, massive engine, and lightning-fast speed, the Mustang Mach 1 became a symbol of power, freedom, and rebellion. It embodied the spirit of a generation and captured the hearts of car enthusiasts around the world representing an incredible feat of engineering and design that redefined what a muscle car could be.
1970 Maserati Indy 4900: Luxurious and sporty Italian
The Maserati Indy was considered a remarkable sports coupe for its elegant styling, powerful engine, and high-performance capabilities. Available in a 2+2 coupe and convertible version the automobile was notable for its advanced technology and handling capabilities, making it a popular choice among auto enthusiasts.
1970 Jaguar E-Type: The exceptional one
Known as the XK-E, E-Type was introduced in 1961, eventually becoming Jaguar's highly iconic and one of the most desirable models. Praised for its beautiful design, impressive performance, and relative affordability it even won the heart of the scrupulous Enzo Ferrari who called it "the most beautiful car ever made". It was in production for over a decade and is still considered a classic and great collectible automobile today.
1970 Maserati Ghibli: A Legend Revisited in All Its Glory
Ghibli's impressive aesthetics were a testament to the creativity and innovation of Maserati's design team. Its sleek and aerodynamic body, combined with its distinctive front grille and headlights, exuded an air of sophistication and elegance that is instantly recognizable.
1970 Lotus Elan: Exceptional handling
The 1970 Lotus Elan was a two-seater sports car produced by the British automaker Lotus Cars.
1970 Opel GT: A revolutionary car
Opel GT was a concept automobile that first appeared as an experimental design, then suddenly became a serial one, in the end turning into a unique record vehicle that opened a new page in the history of the German automaker.
1970 Oldsmobile F85/Cutlass: The mighty one
While General Motors was developing its "compact" cars starting with the Chevrolet Corvair it began to work also on larger cars, the so-called "senior compacts", at the Buick, Oldsmobile, and Pontiac divisions. Thus the five-meter Cutlass appeared, which belonged to middle-class vehicles according to the American classification of those years.
1970 Porsche 911: The victorious RWD
The victorious history of the Porsche 911 began in 1963 when the car was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This rear-wheel drive sports car was a revelation, however, none dared to think it would become an icon, lasting for more than a half-decade.
1970 Lamborghini Jarama: Mix of elegance and power
The Lamborghini Jarama is a little-known and last 12-cylinder front-engined Gran Turismo put into production under the personal direction of Ferruccio Lamborghini. Against the backdrop of Lamborghini's other extravagant models like Miura, the conceptual Marzal, and Espada, it looked like “just a car.”
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle: The epitome of the real muscle car
The legendary muscle car, perhaps the best model of the Chevrolet empire, was on the assembly line from 1964 to 1977, originally created as a competitor to the Ford Fairlane.
1970 Cadillac DeVille Convertible: A Luxury To Own, A Pride To Drive
Sitting behind the wheel of a 1970 Cadillac DeVille convertible was the most wonderful way to enjoy the lively seventies. The world standard automobile included eleven models in three series. The broad sweeping lines' remarkable elegance articulated eloquence and flair with a calm dignity that was the trademark of every Cadillac.