1972 Buick Riviera: Elegant classic
Buick Riviera was a luxurious hardtop coupe with a powerful engine. Riviera, like the Cadillac Eldorado, was one of the benchmarks in its class.
1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo – a personal luxury car from the 70s
Every connoisseur of the American auto industry is well aware of the two-door coupe - Chevrolet Monte Carlo. This legendary car began its history in 1970 and lasted till 2007. For all the years of production, 6 generations were released, which were constantly updated and modernized.
1972 Dodge Challenger – late, but definitely not the last
The Dodge Challenger was the last to enter the power race in 1970, but that didn't stop the machine from making a name for itself. Debuting with engines ranging from the straight-six to the mighty 440 Six Barrel and the divine 426 Hemi, it has become a power and speed lover's dream. Other pony cars could only dream of it.
1972 Chevrolet Camaro: The American Pony Car
When the 1970 Camaro Z/28 made its premiere at the Chicago Auto Show in February of that year, the audience went crazy. With good reason: the new automobile looked gorgeous, with clean bodylines, a long front end, and a short rear deck. That split-bumper front end was particularly threatening when selected with the Rally Sport option. The car was such a hit that it was featured in various movies along the way. From the 1976 American comedy gumball Rally to the 2011 Super 8, this magnificent car has surely made its way in front of the camera