alyxandros:

coffeebreakexpresso:

#Rally #Cote d´Ivoire #Safari #Quenia #Africa #Lancia #Rally 037

Coffee Break Expresso please ask me before using gifs I have made.It was a pain converting all of those vids from VHS to digital, and in the end isnt a high quality gif anyway.

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das914:

Zappadong

Love the Wide Body Kit.

das914:

Zappadong

Love the Wide Body Kit.

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fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1970 Lancia Stratos Zero (Bertone)

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mesmomeugenero:

Citroen CX

mesmomeugenero:

Citroen CX

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fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1970 Ford Econoline Kilimanjaro Show Car

fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1970 Ford Econoline Kilimanjaro Show Car

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amjayes:

Happy Holidays to you all, with or without 4WD. -amjayes

amjayes:

Happy Holidays to you all, with or without 4WD. -amjayes

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fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1940 Chrysler Thunderbolt

fuckyeahconceptcarz:

1940 Chrysler Thunderbolt

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mesmomeugenero:

Citroen M35

Beautiful

mesmomeugenero:

Citroen M35

Beautiful

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mesmomeugenero:

Cadillac Seville

mesmomeugenero:

Cadillac Seville

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This beautiful weirdo is the Imperial Coupe of 1981. While Chrysler was facing bankruptcy, the new boss, the legendary Lee Iacocca, thought it would be a good idea to reintroduce a flagship for Chrysler. It came fully equipped at around $18000 (That’s about 46000$ today) and was powered by a 5.2l V8 that produced 142 PS and 332 Nm. Even though it had a special new fuel injection system (wich caused a lot of problems later on and it was changed out later) and a new electronic instrument cluster it was a disappointment for Chrysler and taken off the market in 1984 after undergoing very harsh changes in 1983 in efforts to make the production cheaper (e.g. changing the Pentastar which was initially made out of Cartier Crystal to plastic.) At the end the Imperial sold about 12500 units in it’s 3 year production.

This beautiful weirdo is the Imperial Coupe of 1981. While Chrysler was facing bankruptcy, the new boss, the legendary Lee Iacocca, thought it would be a good idea to reintroduce a flagship for Chrysler. It came fully equipped at around $18000 (That’s about 46000$ today) and was powered by a 5.2l V8 that produced 142 PS and 332 Nm. Even though it had a special new fuel injection system (wich caused a lot of problems later on and it was changed out later) and a new electronic instrument cluster it was a disappointment for Chrysler and taken off the market in 1984 after undergoing very harsh changes in 1983 in efforts to make the production cheaper (e.g. changing the Pentastar which was initially made out of Cartier Crystal to plastic.) At the end the Imperial sold about 12500 units in it’s 3 year production.

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Great image.

Great image.

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thatyellowvolvoguy:

smithkdustin:

Those airflow arches… drool….

I believe that’s a Carlsson 900 right? So damn cool

thatyellowvolvoguy:

smithkdustin:

Those airflow arches… drool….

I believe that’s a Carlsson 900 right? So damn cool

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mesmomeugenero:

Lancia Beta Coupé

mesmomeugenero:

Lancia Beta Coupé

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auto-elegance:

definemotorsports:

topvehicles:

An abandoned 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S

I believe this was owned by a Greek celebrity and the car broke down while parked at a hotel, and he basically forgot it there like YEAH WHO CARES

Aristotle Onassis’ 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400S - Rather depressing sight, imagine how good it looked in its prime.

Beautiful. Sad but beautiful.

(Source: classicdriver.com, via prommerz)