Historic and Unique Automobiles

Auburn, Indiana-based Duesenberg made luxury cars from 1913 to 1937. The 1932 supercharged Model J of their popular roadsters could reach 135 mph. Its speed made it legendary, and it's today considered an automobile technological marvel.

Four-speed manual transmission, heavy-duty brakes, and suspension were initially offered on the 1957 Chevrolet Corvette. After six generations, the Corvette is one of the most famous sports vehicles in the world. Each generation has a range of vehicles with varied features, making Corvette a broad brand.

The Enzo Ferrari is a 12-cylinder mid-engine berlinetta named after the company's founder. One of the most powerful naturally aspirated production cars, the Ferrari Enzo was built in 2002 employing Formula One technology. The car placed third on Sports Car International's "Top Sports Cars of the 2000s."

Aston Martin debuted the D89 grand tourer in 2004. The name came from David Brown, a longtime Aston Martin owner, and it was the first new automobile constructed at Gaydon. The automobile is popular with car aficionados.

Mid-engine sports car Lamborghini Countach was produced from 1974 until 1989. An angular wedge-shaped design was quickly popular and used by many sports cars for decades. Experts consider the Countach a legendary sports vehicle.

Rolls-Royce replaced the Silver Ghost with the Phantom. The Rolls-Royce Phantom had a better engine than the Silver Ghost and was built in the US and UK at different times. The Rolls-Royce phantom has cutting-edge technology and jaw-dropping features.

Porsche AG makes the Porsche 911, a legendary sports automobile. Since 1963, the car has developed yet retained its essential design. Private teams and Porsche have modified the 911 for racing and rallying.

In 1932, Ford began producing the Model B, an enhanced Model A and predecessor to 1935's Model 48. Model Bs had four-cylinder and V8 flathead engines. The later model was the first commercially successful V8-powered automobile.

Mid-sized Chevrolet Chevelles were produced from 1964 to 1977. GM's Chevelle family car, coupe, and convertible models were successful. SuperSport was a 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle performance option.

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