Cars

The Greatest Cars of All Time: The Seventies

From Car and Driver

For July’s issue, we compiled a list of the most important cars ever built, and worked forward from 1955, when we were founded as Sports Car Illustrated, and the modern auto industry came of age. These are Car and Driver‘s GOATS – the Greatest of All Time. Today: The Seventies.

Photo credit: Charlie Magee – Car and Driver

1970 Range Rover

Shortly after its European debut in 1970, British Leyland’s Range Rover became a museum piece—the first vehicle to be displayed at the Louvre in Paris. It was featured there as an “exemplary work of industrial design,” which would prove to be a prophetic accolade considering its lasting influence. Rover had set out to match the success of the Jeep Wagoneer and Ford Bronco with a luxury bent. In doing so, the company cast the mold for a vehicle as good

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Automotive Rewind: The Wildest Rust-Wrapped Cars

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Call it nostalgia, or confusion, Motorious revisits this strange trend.

Rust wrapping, and wrapping in general, is a trend that had some major steam for a few years around 2014. Some of the wraps from this era look like the car had been through a war zone, carrying some stories under the hood, while others look all they carry is a high-risk of tetanus. While we ponder what may have happened to these wraps by now, check out some mild to wild rust-wrapped cars.

Patina Hellcat Vinyl Wrap

What do you do when you have a 707-horsepower Challenger Hellcat? Probably not patina wrap it, unless you’re the owner of this blown Dodge. The last time this kitty was spotted, it was up for sale through $49,000, we wonder where it is now?

Martini Porsche 911 GT3 RS

This Porsche actually

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Coolest Pace Cars For Sale On Motorious

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Set the pace with these slick cars!

Pace cars have been around since the early 1900s, offering a few functions in the Indy 500 – kicking off a race, leading warm-up laps, and assisting with yellow flag cautions. They were thought up as a way to give a race a rolling start, and became a sensational part of the sport, and auto manufacturers discovered that using a pace car as a promotional model was a great marketing tactic. To celebrate this tradition, we dug into the Motorious inventory to find our favorite pace cars for sale.

2008 Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car

Image Credit: Speed Digital LLC

This pace car is a black and silver Commemorative Edition that marks the 30th Anniversary of the celebrated 1978 pace car, the first Corvette to pace the field at the Indianapolis 500. Chevrolet produced a total

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