1974 Lamborghini Jarama: Unleashing the Wild Bull
The Lamborghini Jarama was a magnificent supercar of the 1970s that embodied the best of Italian engineering and design. The vehicle's distinctive features made it an instant classic and earned it a place in the hearts of the brand’s fans worldwide.
1974 Maserati Bora: A Masterpiece of Italian Engineering and Design
Designed by legendary car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Maserati Bora was a radical departure from the curvy designs of the 1960s. Instead, it featured clean, angular lines that emphasized its sporty nature. The car's signature feature was its low, sloping nose, which was designed to reduce drag and increase stability at high speeds.
1974 Triumph TR6: Like a flying bullet
The classic of the British car industry, the two-seater roadster Triumph TR 6 was in crazy demand in the 60s and 70s, especially among stylish and high-speed driving lovers. The roadster was created for real men striving to fly along the roads like a bullet. This Briton, with a German design from Karmann studio, became the Triumph company's most popular model.
1974 Datsun 260Z։ The one and only
The automotive history of the Land of the Rising Sun had a lot of exciting specimens in its asset, which connoisseurs were chasing all over the world. One of these was the classic Datsun 280Z coupe.
1974 Porsche 911: Seven Generations Of Triumph
Throughout its career, this rear-wheel drive athlete experienced ups and downs. However, today the Stuttgart brand is unthinkable without its rear-engine talisman. The 911 celebrates its 60th anniversary in great shape: comfortable, driving, and more versatile than ever.
1974 Jensen Interceptor: The gentlemen’s club in a wheels
The history of the Jensen Interceptor goes back to the 50s when Alan and Richard Jensen brothers released their first car. This model was highly unsuccessful and was very quickly removed from production. But the idea of creating luxurious and fast class 2+2 coupes remained. Almost 13 years passed before the plans were destined to be fulfilled.
1974 Volkswagen bus – the legendary hippie mobile of the 70s
The Volkswagen bus, or rather Transporter, is one of the first civilian minibusses produced by German Volkswagen since 1950. At the end of the 60s and the beginning of the 70s, it became the image of an entire era and a spirit of the hippie movement.