1972 Mercedes 280 SE Convertible: Unparalleled Classic
The Mercedes 280 SE Convertible was a rare blend of elegance and power that captured the hearts of enthusiasts around the world. This iconic vehicle exuded a timeless charm that still endures today, thanks to its distinctive features and unparalleled craftsmanship.
1972 Jensen Interceptor: British grand tourer
Jensen Interceptor was a stylish and distinctive automobile in its time, with a comfortable interior, powerful engine, and good handling. Praised for its performance and handling it was regarded as one of the best GT cars of its era.
1972 Maserati Bora: Fast and Furious
Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Maserati Bora was a luxury sports coupe produced by an Italian car manufacturer from 1971 to 1978. Available in both coupe and convertible (Spyder) versions it was known for its sleek design, powerful engine, and excellent handling.
1972 Lotus Europa Special: Revolutionizing Automotive Design
In 1966, a significant development emerged in the automotive industry with the introduction of the Lotus Europa, a pioneering mid-engine rear-wheel drive layout. This breakthrough was made possible through a collaborative effort between two renowned companies, the French Renault and the British Lotus. Their close cooperation resulted in the creation of the first model, marking a significant milestone in automotive engineering.
1972 Maserati Ghibli: Unleashing the Power of Italian Luxury
The aesthetics of Ghibli were a remarkable reflection of the imaginative and innovative abilities of Maserati's design team. Its smooth and aerodynamic structure, along with its unique front grille and headlights, emitted an aura of refinement and grace that could be easily distinguished.
1972 Maserati Indy 4900: A Classic Beauty with a Roaring Engine
The Indy 4900 was more than just a car, it was a symbol of luxury and refinement, representing the pinnacle of Italian craftsmanship, with every detail meticulously designed to perfection. From the fine leather seats to the polished wood dashboard, this vehicle was a work of art in motion.
1972 Lamborghini Jarama: Revving up the Style and Power
The Lamborghini Jarama was a true marvel of automotive engineering that captured the hearts and imaginations of car enthusiasts worldwide. It was a car that dared to be different, defying convention with its bold and striking design that exuded power and elegance in equal measure.
1972 Mercedes-Benz 350SL: German persistence
In 1972, the iconic "Pagoda" was replaced by the more substantial and "muscular" roadster, known as the 350SL. This new automobile set the brand’s design direction for the next two decades.
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle: Chevy’s ultimate muscle car
Chevelle was an absolute and magnificent legend of the roaring muscle car era that raged in the US in the 60s and 70s. This mighty one was enjoying wide popularity among the reckless youth who liked to emphasize their sporty and careless character.
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