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In 1971, the Corvette coupe emerged as the dominant force in the Corvette lineup, constituting a significant portion of the 21,801 cars manufactured that year. Out of this total, an impressive 14,680 units were coupes, marking a notable increase in production. The surge in production was, in reality, a consequence of a relatively calm year...
Cadillac, unlike its American counterparts fixated on crossovers, maintains a lineage that includes sleek, low-slung models. Unfortunately, none of these can trace their heritage back to the iconic Eldorado. The twelfth-generation Eldorado met its demise over two decades ago, sparking sporadic talks about a potential revival. Despite such speculations, the premium car marque under General...
In 1965, the Chevrolet Impala claimed its throne as the king of the Chevrolet lineup, boasting annual sales that surpassed the remarkable milestone of 1 million units. This achievement marked the first time a car in the United States had reached such heights since World War II, overshadowing all other models in General Motors'...
Dodge unveiled the Dart in 1959, targeting the low-priced segment with a slightly downsized large car. However, the Dart's identity underwent several transformations, reflecting the dynamic shifts in the automotive market. Just two years after its debut, Dodge repositioned the Dart into the midsize class. Yet, this adjustment was short-lived. In the subsequent year, the...
In 1963, Chevrolet introduced a new-generation Corvette, marking a significant milestone with the launch of the split-window coupe. This distinctive design, featured only for a single model year, has evolved into a highly sought-after collectible. The scarcity of well-preserved coupes adds to their desirability, as many have succumbed to rust and lost the original...