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Aston Martin DB6 Supercar Information

Aston Martin Ltd. of Newport Pagnell, England is most well known for their DB4, DB5, and DB6 automobiles. Production of the DB6 was limited to 1,504 cars which includes 1,321 Saloons, 56 Shooting Brakes, 37 Short Chassis Volante and 140 Long Chassis......

Aston Martin DBR1 Alloy Replica Supercar Information

The example shown is a replica. It houses a DB6 four-liter engine coupled to a four-speed manual gearbox. It has forty-more horsepower that the DBR1s three-liter engine. A great deal of attention to detail and the highest level of craftsmanship went......

Aston Martin DBSC Supercar Information

Toward the end of the DB6 production Aston Martin began planning for a new car, which they hoped would be designed by Carrozzeria Touring of Milan, creator of the original DB4. It was to be based on an advanced new chassis and have a new Superleggera......

Aston Martin Short-Chassis Volante Supercar Information

There were only 37 examples of the Short Wheelbase Volantes constructed. The SWB Volantes was introduced at the same time as the DB6, which sat on a larger wheelbase. The SWB Volantes used the DB5s chassis and incorporated features from the DB6, such......

Bizzarrini 5300 GT Supercar Information

After working with Renzo Rivolta at the Italian Iso Company since 1962, Giotto Bizzarrini formed his own company in 1965 to build his 22 Coupes. The racing version of the 5300GT received the Corsa name and the road cars were badged Strada. A short......

Bizzarrini 5300 Spyder S.I Prototipo Supercar Information

Dottore Ingegnere Giotto Bizzarini had successful stints at Alfa Romeo, Iso, Ferrari, and a Lamborghini V12 engine on his resume before setting a company to create cars bearing his own name. Established in Livorno, Prototipo Bizzarini opened for business......

Bizzarrini P 538 Barchetta Supercar Information

Only three Bizzarinis with this spider body were made and this is the only one powered by a Lamborghini V-12. The other two cars were powered by Chevrolet Corvette 5.3-liter V-8 engine that led to the model designation P538.The body is a combination......

Bosley Mark II Interstate Supercar Information

A horticulturist by trade, Richard Bosley was a sports car enthusiast deeply involved in the burgeoning motorsports world during the 1950s and 1960s. In the mid-1950s, Richard Bosley of Mentor, Ohio created the Bosley MK1. He had a passion for automobiles......

CAV GT Supercar Information

The GT40 story is a tale of triumph. It is the embodiment of a dream to create a winner, the thoroughbred of endurance racing cars. Henry Ford II was the man whose vision steered the course of Ford racing car history into as yet unchartered territory.......

Duesenberg Model D Supercar Information

The saying, making a name for yourself allows for progression at ones own pace, define your goals and expectations, and make adjustments along the way. The original Duesenberg Company had built an enviable reputation in racing and in car production.......

Ferrari 206 S Supercar Information

The 206 Dino was built by Enzo Ferrari as a tribute to his son who passed away in 1956 at the age of 24 due to kidney disease. Alfredo Ferrari, more commonly known as Dino, was Enzo Ferraris only son (Alfredo was also Enzos brother and fathers name).......

Ferrari 275 GTB Supercar Information

This 275 GTB seems to be well driven around by its current and preceding owners. It is used for vacation travels, attending automobile events, work commuting and recently to participate in the 2006 Historic Targa Florio.This 1966 Black 2-cam 275......

Ferrari 275 GTB Competition Supercar Information

Ferrari had offered competition specification GT cars to customers since 1950, beginning with the 166 MM Berlinetta and followed by the 250 Series in 1953. The 250 Mille Miglia evolved into the 250 GT Tour de France, and in 1960, Maranello introduced......

Ferrari 275 GTS Supercar Information

Ferrari introduced their new 275 GTS at the Paris Auto Show in October of 1964. By this point in history, Ferrari had a very diverse and symbiotic production line, offering both luxury road cars capable of high-speed road use and grand prix cars plus......

Ferrari 330 GT Supercar Information

This 1966 Ferrari 330GT 22 was offered for sale at the 2007 RM Auctions held in Amelia Island, Florida. The car was offered without reserve and estimated to sell between %2485,000 - %24110,000. The car is powered by a 3967cc single overhead cam V12 engine......

Ferrari 330 GT Navarro Special Supercar Information

Ferrari 330GT 22 Navarro wears a unique body created by Drogo and was commissioned by Italian night club owner Norbert Navarro. It began as a regular-production 1966 330 GT 22 Series II number 7979. It was completed in December 1965 and purchased......

Ferrari 330 GTC Supercar Information

The Ferrari 330 GTC Berlinetta was intended to fill the gap between the four-seater 330GT 22 and the road-going racing-machine, the 275 GTB. The 330 GTC was debuted at the 1966 Geneva Motor Show and was basically as 275GTS with a closed body. The front......

Ferrari 365 P Supercar Information

While some of Ferraris most iconic of automobiles may be front-engined exotics, it is by no means a stretch to think Ferrari and mid-engine supercars. But where and when did it all begin This particular chassis is the answer. The advantages of......

Ferrari 500 Superfast Supercar Information

The 500 Superfast, introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 1964, represented the pinnacle of luxury road-going Ferraris. As such, it was the last of a line that began in 1956 with the 410 Superamerica, and by 1960, had advanced to the 400 Superamerica.......

Ferrari Dino Berlinetta GT Supercar Information

In the mid-1950s, Enzo Ferraris first son, Alfredino Dino, work with engineer Vittorio Jano to develop Grand Prix cars powered by V-6 engines. In 1957, less than a year after Dinos untimely death at the age of 24, the 246 Grand Prix model was introduced.......

Ford GT40 Supercar Information

Nobody knows quite how, but sometime during the mid-June 1967, this MKII-B GT40, which had started life as P1031, a 7-liter MKII GT40 built at Ford Advanced Vehicles in Slough, England, mysteriously changed identity and became P1047. A Ford insider......

Ford Mustang GT350 Supercar Information

First of 55 cars factory superchargedFirst and only car with a factory installed S stripeFirst car not Wimbledon White with Blue stripesFirst car produced specifically for the buyer Carroll Shelbys banker who......

Ford Mustang GT350-R Supercar Information

Chassis number 6S254 was the second Mustang GT350R constructed on the 1966 Mustang platform. It has been transformed into the R-model configuration to include a competition-type top-loader four-speed manual gearbox and a roll cage, oil cooler, side......

Ford Mustang Hertz GT350 Supercar Information

The examples shown here is equipped with the manual gearbox and over-rider rear traction bar. It was sold to the Hertz Car Company on March 7th, 1966 for a price of %243,786.76. It carries chassis number SFM 6S 673.......

Ford Mustang Mach 1 Concept Supercar Information

In late 1966, Ford designers prepared a Mustang concept to preview some of the design updates coming for the 1969 model. The Mustang Mach I was a two-seat fastback wîth a very aggressive lòòking chopped roof profile. Each of the rear pillars featured......

ISO Grifo Supercar Information

The Iso Grifo was one of the worlds fastest production cars at the time, with power being sourced from the Chevrolet Corvette. It offered American power with a sleek Italian design. This particular example was built in September of 1966 and is believed......

Jaguar XJ13 Supercar Information

The Jaguar XJ13 is one of the most visually appealing cars of all time. It carried a nameplate of one of the most successful marques at LeMans during the 1950s, Jaguar, with five wins in just seven years. The engine that conjured up the wins for......

Jaguar XKE E-Type Supercar Information

The E-Type was unveiled to the public at the 1961 Geneva Auto Show. It was later selected by the New York City Museum of Modern Art as the worlds most beautiful automobile.This 1966 Jaguar series I 4.2 E-Type Fixed Head Coupe finished in back......

Jensen FF Supercar Information

Having learned the trade at various British vehicle manufacturers, brothers Alan and Richard Jensen struck out on their own in 1934. Jensen Motors Ltd. built bodies for other auto-makers alongside cars of their own design. During World War II they built......

Lamborghini 400 GT 2+2 Supercar Information

The example shown with chassis number 0454 was offered for auction at the 2006 RM Auctions in Monterey California where it was expected to sell between %24250,000-%24300,000. It has won numerous awards at shows such as a first in class at the 1997 Lamborghini......

Lamborghini 400 GT Interim Supercar Information

In March of 1964, Lamborghini unveiled the 350 GT. It was an amazing automobile that wore coachwork by Touring and had a platform comprised of square and rectangular steel tubing. Power was from a 3.5-liter engine with side draft carburetors and capable......

Lamborghini Miura Supercar Information

The Miura, also known as the TP400, comes from a breed of fighting bulls. The V12 engine located in the rear of the car was designed by Giotto Bizzarini, the individual who also led developed of the Ferrari 250 GTO. Although the idea to place the engine......

Lotus 23C Supercar Information

Lotus created this 900-pound car as a small displacement sports race car. It is a closed-wheeled, two-passenger design, purpose built for racing. The 23 was created by widening the space frame and adapting the suspension of the Lotus 22 Formula Jr......

Lotus 47 Europa Supercar Information

A quarrel over a name would lead to two influential people in automotive design and production heading their own separate ways. Yet, in the midst of the disagreement there was one bond that held the two in common and that would ultimately, take what......

Lotus Cortina MKI Supercar Information

The Lotus-Cortina, the car sometimes known as the original fast Ford, appeared in January 1963. The Lotus - Cortina was the brainchild of the Ford of Britain Public Affairs chief at the time, Walter Hayes. The car succeeded magnificently in lifting......

Lotus Type 38 Supercar Information

This is one of the seminal cars in American racing history. In the early 1960s, legendary road racer Dan Gurney concluded that the proper application of European Formula One technology could capture the Indianapolis 500. He brought Lotus founder Colin......

Maserati Mistral Supercar Information

based on its magnificent dual overhead camshaft, twin-ignition six-cylinder engine. Proven in grand prix competition in the 250S and equally successful in sports racing cars, Maserati made the most of its history and investment in development with......

Maserati Sebring Supercar Information

Maserati honored the companys win at the 1957 12 Hours of Sebring by naming their new model, the Sebring. The Sebring wore a body by Vignale who clothed the car in a 22 coupe configuration. They were intended for the U.S. market, and given luxuriously......

Pontiac GTO Supercar Information

The GTO was the brainchild of Pontiac engineer Russell Gee, an engine specialist, chief engineer John De Lorean and Shane Wiser. DeLorean chose the name from the highly successful Ferrari 250 GTO (GTO is an Italian acronym for Gran Turismo Omologato).......

Pontiac GTO Altered Wheelbase Supercar Information

This car, the Gray Ghost, was 1 of 6 funny cars built in the winter of 1965-66 by R%26B Automotive and Fiberglass LTD, (the only one that was a Pontiac) for Larry Swiatek. This particular body although undocumented is most likely the very first Pontiac......

Porsche 906 Supercar Information

This Porsche 906 was driven by BuzzettaHerman to a class win and 4th overall at Sebring in 1966. Buzzetta then competed with the car in USRRC competition where he recorded class wins at Bridgehampton, Mid-Ohio, Road America, St. Joviet, and Mosport.......

Porsche 906E Supercar Information

This car was built in May 1966 and fitted with a 2.0 liter, fuel-injected flat-6 engine producing 220 BHP. It placed 3rd in 1966 at Hockenheim. DNFed in 1967 at Sebring 12-hours. Last 906 built by the factory.......

Porsche 911 Spyder Special Supercar Information

The Porsche 911 is one of the most recognizable sports car in history. It made its debut in September of 1963 at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Initially called the 901, the new model was renamed 911 when Peugeot claimed the worldwide trademark rights to......

Rolls-Royce Phantom V Supercar Information

The enormous (145 inch wheelbase) but graceful Phantom is the culmination of the coachbuilders art. They were much admired by royalty and the super-rich of the day.In 1935, Rolls-Royce replaced the Phantom II with the Phantom III to meet the growing......

Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III Supercar Information

The Silver Cloud III was the last Rolls-Royce production car built on a separate chassis suitable for coachbuilders to work their craft. Mulliner Park Ward created a pair of two-door convertibles, known as drop head coupes on this chassis, with one......

Shelby Cobra 427 Supercar Information

This is the 5th from the last Cobra produced. The serial number of the vehicle is CSX 3355. It is a very low mileage and very rare side oiler. The car has the original body and chassis with all original stampings. It does not have the typical modifications......

Vivant 77 Prototype Supercar Information

The name Herb Adams is legendary among Pontiac and GM performance enthusiasts. He was instrumental in the development of the Pontiac Trans Am cars and the Super Duty engines.Shortly after graduating from the GM Institute, he did the Vivant as a design......