1971 Maserati Indy 4900: A Classic That Continues to Inspire
The Maserati Indy 4900 was more than just a car - it was a masterpiece of engineering and design, crafted for those who demand nothing less than the very best. With its sleek lines, powerful engine, and unparalleled performance, this automobile was a true icon of automotive excellence.
1971 Plymouth Satellite: The unforgettable one
The Plymouth Satellite, along with the Barracuda, RoadRunner, and GTX, was one of the most popular American muscle cars of the early 1970s. The automobile was Chrysler's answer to the appearance of such a powerful “comrade” as the Pontiac GTO
1971 Maserati Bora: Italian hurricane
Maserati Bora could be safely called the most beautiful sports car of the 70s created by the famous maestro Giorgetto Giugiaro. It boldly stood apart among mid-engined roadsters of the 70s, survived the hardships of the fuel crisis, and saved the company from bankruptcy.
1971 Maserati Ghibli: Italian supercar
The Maserati Ghibli was created as a classic GT. It was luxurious and stylish, offering unrivaled travel comfort over any distance, fast and powerful with a true racing car "blood" inside.
1971 Rolls-Royce Corniche: Timeless retro
Corniche became the first "post-crisis" premiere of Rolls-Royce, which was supposed to save the company. The new car came out elegant and stylish, and the name "cornish" meant "road along the cliff" or, more simply, serpentine.
1971 Chevrolet El Camino – to the city and the farm
Express coupe, open station wagon, or sedan pickup? No, this is a stunning Chevrolet El Camino! This original model became an intermediate link between a pickup truck and a sports coupe, and the name was given accordingly - "the way" if translated from Spanish.