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Alfa Romeo Montreal Supercar Information

Bertone was contracted by Alfa Romeo in 1967 to design an innovative new sports car to be revealed to the world at the Expo 67 Worlds Fair in Montreal (the International and Universal Exposition). Its design was courtesy of Marcello Gandini, who created......

Alfa Romeo TT33 Supercar Information

This car was the 1972 FIA World Championship Team Car - Prototype - and the Autodelta team car for the season. It was powered by a 3.0 liter, eight-cylinder engine. This car was driven by Vic Elford, Nino Vaccarella, Andrea DeAdamich, Toine Hezemans......

Aston Martin DBS V8 Supercar Information

Aston Martin built the DBS as a successor to the DB6, although the two ran concurrently for three years. It was a larger coupé than the DB6 with four full-sized seats but was powered by the same four-liter, straight-six engine as the previous car. Aston......

Bentley T-Series Supercar Information

This Bentley T-Type was purchased in October of 1973 by Sturm, Ruger %26 Co. Inc., for the use of its president and founder, William B. Ruger Sr. At the time of the purchase, the car had traveled just 5,832 miles and was still under factory warranty. Mr.......

BMW 3.0 CSL Supercar Information

This 1972 BMW is one of the original 19 factory CSL Race cars known to have been built, of all variants produced. One of those 19 is known to have been burned to the ground, and there are two in the BMW AG Art car collection, and at least five in museums......

BMW Turbo Concept Supercar Information

The BMW Turbo was a combination of design study and technological guineapig and had a fi nely developed sense of active and passive safety. BMW presented the Turbo in 1972 as the worlds first safety-oriented sports car. And this research laboratory......

Chevron B19 Supercar Information

This Chevron chassis number CH-B19-08 saw its early racing life among the famous circuits in Italy. It was purchased by an American in 1979 and brought to the United States. It raced in the early 1980s in SCCA racing and later campaigned in vintage and......

Chevron B21 Supercar Information

Derek Bennett was the founder of Chevron Cars Ltd. He was a brilliant engineer, mostly self-taught, and had a talent for modifying, designing and fabricating race cars. Team Chevron drivers included Jochen Mass, Gerry Birrell and Peter Gethin. Power......

Ferrari 246 Dino Supercar Information

The prototype for the 246 appeared in the early part of 1969 with the production version being rolled out only months later. The design was by Pininfarina, construction by Scaglietti, and the Ferrari designed engine was built by Fiat. Enzo Ferraris......

Ferrari 312 P Sparling Special Supercar Information

The legendary Ferrari marque was formed in the post-War era, near the close of the 1940s. It is remarkable at the immediate success acquired by this very young company in both sales and Grand Prix competition. It was as though the company could do no......

Ferrari 365 GT4 Supercar Information

Ferrari established its dominance of the sports car market during the 1950s and 1960s with groundbreaking and elegant models such as the 250 GT and 365 GTB4. They offered all-around performance, iconic styling, and powered by the classic front-engine......

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Supercar Information

The Ferrari 365 GTB4, introduced in 1968 at the Paris Salon, was Ferraris most expensive production model to-date and the fastest production vehicle of its time. It was dubbed the Daytona in honor of the Ferraris accomplishments the year before......

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione Supercar Information

Chassis number 15667 has had a long and prestigious racing career that included such historic venues as the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Tour de France. It raced during the 1972 season under the Charles Pozzi SA banner and was driven by Jean-Claude Andruet,......

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 NART Supercar Information

The Ferrari 365 GTB4 Daytona was considered by many to be Ferraris ultimate road car. It was first shown to the public in 1968 with production beginning in the following year. The name Daytona was applied to the 365 GTB4 after Ferrari had won the......

Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Shooting Brake Supercar Information

Ferrari 365 GTB4 with chassis number 1275 was the 805th example of the Daytona created. It was finished in Rosso Dino with a Nero leather interior. It was sent to the United States to Chinetti-Garthwaite, the Philadelphia area dealer, located in Paoli,......

Ferrari 365 GTC/4 Supercar Information

The 365 GTC4 was introduced at the Geneva Auto Show in 1971. It was meant as a replacement for the 365 GT 22.The Ferrari 365 GTC was phased out in 1969 which meant the company was left without a luxury two-seat coupe in its lineup. Those clients......

Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Supercar Information

The Ferrari Daytona was introduced in 1968 at the Paris Salon, originally wearing a Berlinetta Coupe body. A Spyder version followed in 1969, introduced at the Frankfurt Auto Show. The Berlinetta was the third Daytona designed by Pininfarina and the......

Intermeccanica Italia Supercar Information

The Italia is one of lifes great mysteries it is an especially beautiful car. It is an Italian chassis with some modified Ford bits and a steel body hand-formed in Turin. The Italia is a descendant of the Griffith GT, and the chief engineer was a......

ISO Rivolta Varedo Supercar Information

In the early 1970s, Piero Rivolta decided that because his company was racing in Formula one, they needed to add a mid-engined supercar to their lineup of sports and GT cars. Rivolta hired Ercole Spada, a veteran designer from Carrozzeria Ghia, to be......

Jensen Interceptor Supercar Information

In 2007 this 1972 Jensen Interceptor Coupe was brought to the Monterey Sports %26 Classic Car Auction presented by RM Auctions, where it had an estimated value of 35,000-%2445,000. The lot was offered without reserve. The car is powered by a V8 Chrysler......

Lamborghini Espada 400 GTE Supercar Information

This is an original owner car, basically untouched with approximately 27,000 miles. It was shown at various Italian car shows on the East Coast, winning Best of Class and Show. Most recently, it was shown at the 2008 The Quail, a Motorsports Gathering......

Lamborghini Jarama Supercar Information

The last of the front engined Lamborghini Coupe, created from the same schematic as the Espada, the Jarama GTS was known for its extra power and agility. Despite being the third heaviest Lamborghini, the first being the Espada and second, the LM002,......

Lamborghini Miura Supercar Information

COACHWORK BY BERTONERosso Corsa with blue leather interiorEngine V12, inboard rear, transverse mounted double overhead camshafts, 3,929cc, 385bhp at 7,850rpm Gearbox five speed within engine unit Suspension independent front and rear double......

Lancia Stratos HF Supercar Information

The Lancia brand showed a prototype at the 1971 Turin Motor Show that was destined to redefine the brand and turn the world of competitive rally racing on its ear. The Lancia stratos HF (high fidelity) was an incredible Bertone design with a steeply......

Lotus Elan Supercar Information

The Lotus Elan Spring was in production from 1971 through 1973 with a total of 1,343 examples produced. This example, chassis number 456015, is a second year model Sprint, and features Tony Rudds Big-Valve cylinder head which resulted in a quoted 126......

Lotus Europa Supercar Information

For 1972, Lotus produced both the Series 2 (with its 1565cc four-cylinder engine) and the Series 3 (also known as the Europea Twin-cam) which had made its debut in 1971. Powering the Series 3 was the same 105 horsepower engine found in the Elan. Top......

Maserati Boomerang Supercar Information

The public was first shown the Maserati Boomerang Concept in 1971 when it was on display at the Turin Motor Show. The display was non-functional and it would take a year before the workable prototype would be shown. In 1972 at the Geneva Salon, the......

Maserati Ghibli Supercar Information

Production of the fastback Ghibli began in April 1967, with the spider variant beginning in 1969. Power was from a 4719cc V8 engine with dry-sump lubrication and chain-driven camshafts that was enlarged to 4930cc displacement in 1970. The 4.9-liter......

Momo Mirage Supercar Information

The Momo Mirage was designed as an Italian-American contestant for the luxury performance market. The styling concept and early drawings were done in New York by Gene Garfinkle and the current owner of this car (Mr. Kalikow). At that point, carrozzeria......

Porsche 911 ST Supercar Information

The car was special ordered by George Stone and Bruce Jennings who co-drove with Stone. It came with the M-491 Race package, which included the 2.5 liter mechanically injected engine, wider wheels, enlarged fender flares, a rear roll bar and full race......

Porsche 917/10 Supercar Information

This vehicle is a 19721973 Porsche 91710 Twin-Turbocharged CanAm %26 InterSerie Racing Spyder with chassis number 91710-015. CanAm racing cars during this era were producing 800 - 1100 horsepower and the extremes of aerodynamic, exotic materials, and......

Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Supercar Information

In 1972 Rolls-Royce built 2,473 motorcars, of which 629 were bound for the United States. This motorcar is one of just 75 long wheelbase sedans that came to America that year. Each of the long wheelbase motorcars was finished at the in-house Mulliner......

Shadow DN2 Supercar Information

The Advanced Vehicle System (AVS) began in 1970 and created by Don Nichols. The cars were called Shadows. The company was established with the purpose of creating racers that had limited aerodynamic drag through the minimal front area on the cars. Nichols......

TVR 2500 Supercar Information

The TVR 2500 was produced as a coupe in two configurations, the base 2500 and the 25000M. Both were powered by a six-cylinder Triumph TR6 engine producing 105 horsepower. The differences were the length the 2500 measured 145-inches while the 2500M......