1973 Lamborghini Jarama: A Supercar Ahead of Its Time
The Lamborghini Jarama was more than just a car, it was a statement. A bold, powerful machine that made heads turn and jaws drop, it was a true icon of its time. From its sleek, aerodynamic design to its thunderous V12 engine, this groundbreaking sports vehicle was a work of art in motion.
1973 Opel GT: The final one from the renowned series
Opel GT appeared in the automotive arena to offer a stylish, sporty driving experience at an affordable price. Fortunately, it was well-received by the public for its striking design, which was ahead of its time, and its nimble handling and performance made a sports driving lover's darling.
1973 Maserati Bora: Like a storm
Mediterranean wind or sports vehicle? The iconic sports model Bora from the Italian Maserati could be called a hurricane on wheels. This central-engined supercar won over even the spoiled domestic powerful muscle cars of the American market and became a landmark for the Italian brand.
1973 Maserati Indy: Italian sports coupe
The first Maserati Indy appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in 1969 as a tribute to the two remarkable victories of the racing Maserati 8CTF, obtained in 1939 and 1940 at the Indianapolis circuit. This sports coupe was designed by Vignale to bridge the gap between Ghibli and Mexico models.
1973 Chevrolet Camaro: The devourer of Mustang
The very first Camaro appeared in 1966 as GM's response to a rising star, Mustang. Even though the name was translated from French as a "comrade", marketers announced to the press that the word described the little beast that devours mustangs.
1973 Jaguar E-Types 2+2: The swansong of the legendary family
An ugly duckling, an E-Type swan song, or an aging rock star. This is what the Jaguar E-Type Series was called in the early 70s, as the S3 lost its gloss and appeal compared to the very first car of this family.
1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1: Sporty Stylish
Mach 1 featured a luxurious interior and outstanding sportiness. The wood interior, high-backed seats, extra noise cancellation, remote sports mirrors, and other features made it the most sought-after sports model in the so-called "pony car" market.
1973 Chevrolet Corvette: American legend
At the American Motorama show in 1953, visitors were interested in an unusual vehicle, which later became the first American sports car. Its name was Chevrolet Corvette.
1973 Dodge Charger
The Charger had become one of the most popular vehicles of the 1960s thanks to its svelte, swoopy sheet metal atop midsize B-body underpinnings, as well as a range of trim levels and appealing engine choices, and Dodge was not ready to let it go until it had to.
1973 Porsche 914: Two allies’ failure
The brightest names of the European automotive industry - Volkswagen and Porsche share a long and quite successful history of cooperation. However, there was one dark episode in their joint history, which seriously spoiled the relationship between the two companies. And its name was Porsche 914.