Top 100 Cars

Top 100 Cars

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  1. 2009 Mercedes-Benz FAB Design SLR Desire
    123
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes, Top Ten European Cars, Top Ten German Cars, Top Ten Cars (2000’s),
  2. 2003 Ferrari Enzo
    45
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten European Cars,
  3. 1991 Ferrari Testarossa
    78
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten European Cars,
  4. 2008 Porsche Edo Competition Carrera GT
    123
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Porsches, Top Ten European Cars,
  5. 2008 Audi R8 GT3
    4
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Audis, Top Ten European Cars,
  6. 2003 Lamborghini Scream R-GT                                                               or                Lamborghini Murcielago
    567
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Lamborghinis, Top Ten Italian Cars, Top Ten Cars (2000’s),
  7. 2006 Ferrari P4/5 by Pininfarina
    8910
           Based on the Ferrari Enzo, the car is valued at $4 million — yes, four million dollars! Pininfarina’s Ferrari P 4/5 was made exclusively for car collector James Glickenhaus. This red exotic version of the “batmobile” was inspired by the P4 racer of the 1960s. Essentially, the P4/5 is a re-bodied Ferrari Enzo, with a Pininfarina-designed and engineered exterior.
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten Pininfarina Cars, Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten European Cars, Top Ten Italian Cars (2000’s), http://www.briansolis.com/2006/08/four-million-dollar-ferrari/,
  8. 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB Spyder California
    134
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten European Cars,
  9. 2005 Ford GT
    57
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  10. 2007 Saleen S7 TT
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Saleens,
  11. 1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL                                            or          1959 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing
    458910111213
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes, Top Ten German CarsTop Ten European Cars,
  12. 2008 Saleen S5S Raptor
    1
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Saleens,
  13. 2002 Dodge Viper GTS-R                                                  or        2009 Dodge Viper SRT10
    2378
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Dodge Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  14. 2009 Ferrari F430
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten Italian Cars,
  15. 2009 Mansory Veyron Linea Vincerò  or   2009 Bugatti 16.4 Veyron Centenaire Edition
    45
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Bugattis, Top Ten European Cars, Top Ten French Cars,
  16. 2009 Pagani Zonda R                            or            1999 Pagani Zonda C12
    6download
    Description:
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  17. 2007 Aston Martin DB9
    12
    This Aston Martin would definitely meet Bond’s standards and is yet another amazing addition to the Aston Martin family. The DB9 is the first model to be built at Aston Martin’s Gaydon facility in Warwickshire, England. The moniker “DB” stems from the initials of David Brown, the owner of Aston Martin for a significant part of its history. The DB9, which was designed by Ian Callum and finished by his successor, Henrik Fisker, superseded the now-discontinued Aston Martin DB7 (also by Callum) which started production in 1994.
    Links: Top Ten Aston Martins, Top Ten English CarsTop Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten European Cars (2000’s), Top Ten English Cars (2000’s), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aston_Martin_DB9http://www.rsportscars.com/aston-martin/2007-aston-martin-db9/,
  18. 2005 Noble M14
    3
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten European Cars (2000’s), Top Ten English Cars (2000’s),
  19. 1994 Lamborghini Diablo SE30
    456
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten LamborghinisTop Ten Eropean Cars,
  20. 1997 McLaren F1 GT
    78
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten European Cars,
  21. 1988 Cizeta-Moroder V16T
    910
    Description:
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  22. 1990 Ferrari F40                                                                or                                  1987 Ferrari F40
    1234
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris,
  23. 2010 Noble M600
    567
           No climate control. No sat-nav. No ABS. No ESP. What the Noble M600 lacks in luxury and safety amenities it makes up for in raw, mechanical brutality. And you know what? That’s okay. With curb weight of 2,810 pounds, a row-your-own six-speed manual and 650 horsepower and 618 pound-feet of torque on tap from its Volvo-sourced, twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8, the M600 is a purist breath of fresh air in an era of tech-laden, heavyweight supercars. But stats (0-60 in three seconds, top speed of 225 mph) only tells half the tale.
    Links: Top Ten Cars (2010’s), Top Ten English Cars (2010’s), Top Ten European Cars, http://www.autoblog.com/2009/12/21/video-noble-m600-attempts-to-kill-clarkson-embarasses-enzo/,
  24. 1996 McLaren F1 GTR                                 or                    1995 McLaren F1 LM
    89
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1990’s), Top Ten European Cars (1990’s), Top Ten English Cars (1990’s),
  25. 1994 Jaguar XJ220                                                  or          1993 Jaguar 220 S Twin Turbo 680 CV
    10                        11
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1990’s), Top Ten European Cars (1990’s), Top Ten English Cars (1990’s),
  26. 1971 Ferrari Dino 246
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars Ferraris, Top Ten European Cars,
  27. 1969 Ford GT-40 1083
    345
           The Mk III GT40 was a road-car only, of which 7 were built. The car had four headlights, the rear part of the body was expanded to make room for luggage, the 4.7 L engine was detuned to 335 bhp (250 kW), the shocks were softened, the shift lever was moved to the center and the car was available with the steering wheel on the left side of the car. The most famous Mk III is GT40 M3 1105, a blue left hand drive model delivered in 1968 in Austria to Herbert von Karajan. As the Mk III looked significantly different from the racing models many customers interested in buying a GT40 for road use chose to buy a Mk I that was available from Wyer Ltd.
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  28. 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta Lusso
    6
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris, Top Ten European Cars,
  29. 1967 Shelby Mustang GT 500
    1
           The pinnacle of Ford Mustangs has to be the 1967 Shelby GT 500.
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten Mustangs, Top Ten Muscle Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  30. 1964 007 DB5
    235
           One of my favorite cars, this Aston Martin will go down in history as one of Aston Martins greats as well as Bond’s getaway vehicle in Goldfinger, Thunderball, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and Casino Royale. The 1963 Aston Martin DB5 was an improved DB4. The DB series was named after David Brown (the head of Aston Martin from 1947–1972). The principal differences between the DB4 and DB5 are: The engine was enlarged from 3.7 L to 4.0 L, A new five-speed transmission, three SU carburettors, producing 282 bhp (210 kW), propelling the car to 145 mph (233 km/h): this engine, available on the Vantage (high powered) version of the DB4 since March 1962, became the standard Aston Martin power unit with the launch in September 1963 of the DB5. Standard equipment on the DB5 included reclining seats, pile carpets, electric windows and a fire extinguisher. All models had 4 seats and 2 doors. The UK recommended list price of the sports saloon (coupe) in December 1963 was £4,248 including Purchase Tax, the convertible was £4,562.
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1960’s), Top Ten European Cars (1960’s), Top Ten English Cars (1960’s), Top Ten James Bond Cars, Top Ten James Bond Films, James Bond, Top Ten European Carshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aston_Martin_DB5,
  31. 1954 Maserati A6GCS/53 Pininfarina
    67
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Maseratis,
  32. 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet A
    89
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  33. 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III
    123
    Description:
    Notes:
    Links: Top Ten Rolls Royces, Top Ten Hood Ornaments,
  34. 1938 Hispano-Suiza H6C Dubonnet Xenia Saoutchik Coupe
    456
    Description:
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  35. 1930 Mercedes Benz Count Trossi SSK
    7
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  36. 1957 Porsche 356 A
    8
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Porsches,
  37. 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Berlinetta                                                         or         1937 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900
    91011
           Another Alfa Romeo 8C 2900, this particular 1937 car sports a very distinctive body by Italian coachbuilder Pinin Farina. It was originally a race car with open, cycle fenders sold new to playboy and sportsman Piero Dusio, who interestingly also owned Italian sports car brand Cisitalia. It was later adorned with the beautiful Pinin Farina body in the early 1940s. After that it was one of a number of 2.9 litre Alfas missing and believed to have been destroyed before turning up in 1989. It turned out to have been purchased by American soldiers after WWII, one of whom fitted it with a Chrysler engine. When Simon Moore was working on his definitive text “The Immortal 2.9”, he was contacted by the then current owner who revealed the whereabouts of the car. It subsequently underwent a painstaking restoration in the UK, during which it was reunited with its original engine. Superbly maintained by its current New England owner, it will give visitors to the 2009 Fairfield County Concours d’Elegance a very interesting contrast to the companion un-restored 2.9 Alfa Romeo on display.
    Links: Top Ten Alfa Romeos,
  38. 1985 Lamborghini Countach
    123
    Description:
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  39. 1997 Renault Helem PRV Evo GT2 LM
    4
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Renaults, Top Ten French Cars,
  40. 1948 Tucker Torpedo
    67
           The Tucker Sedan, known to automobile enthusiasts as the “Tucker Torpedo” was built by Preston Tucker produced in Chicago in the year 1948. It was advanced beyond the period of which it was built being the first automobile that had good gas mileage and built with safety in mind and other features listed below. Only 51 Tuckers were made before the factory closed its doors on March 3rd, 1949.
    Links: Top Ten American Cars,
  41. 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO
    8910
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris,
  42. 1989 Porsche Gemballa 911 Mirage
    11
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Porsches,
  43. 1969 Lamborghini Miura P400
    1
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Lamborghinis,
  44. 1969 Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale
    2
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Alfa Romeos,
  45. 1965 Lamborghini 3500GTZ
    3
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Lamborghinis,
  46. 1961 DB4 Series II
    45
             The DB name came from the name David Brown (later Sir David Brown), an individual who had purchased the Aston Martin Company. The DB4 series was built from 1958 through 1963. A total of 1040 vehicles and five series were produced during this time frame. The coachwork was performed by Touring of Milan, Italy. The body panels were hand made of aluminum mounted on a steel tube frame and featuring the Superleggera method of construction. Superleggera means super light. Initially, the DB4 series used disc brakes made by Dunlop but later switched to the Girling made disc brakes. Each of the five series featured improvements, design modifications, and technological enhancements. All of the DB4s received their power from a Tadek Mereck designed, 3670 cc, six-cylinder, all aluminum engine. The 220-240 horsepower engine could propel the car to a top speed of around 140 mph and the go from zero to sixty in just 8.5 seconds.
    Links: http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z6349/Aston-Martin-DB4-Series-II.aspx,
  47. 1965 Shelby Daytona Coupe (Replica)
    678
           The Shelby Daytona Coupe is the embodiment of classic American motorsports. The only problem is that putting a genuine Daytona Coupe in the garage is nearly impossible. There are only a handful in the world, and the price tag would be in the millions of dollars (if you could find an owner willing to part with one). A few years ago, Superformance and Peter Brock, the original designer of the Daytona Coupe, created a modern replica version that made owning the legendary race car much more affordable. Now, Shelby Distribution has announced it will offer an aluminum-bodied version of that same coupe. Like the Shelby CSX4000 and Commemorative GT40 continuation vehicles, the Daytona Coupe will be listed in the Shelby Registry. In addition to the new skin, the Daytona Coupe also features an updated suspension system that will be shared with the upcoming MkII version of the Superformance Coupe.
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Superperformace Cars,
  48. 1966 Jaguar XKE E-Type
    9
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1960’s), Top Ten European Cars (1960’s), Top Ten English Cars (1960’s),
  49. 1967 Corvette 427                               or                    1964 Corvette Grand Sport   or   1963 Corvette Sting Ray
    1234
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Chevrolets, Top Ten Corvettes,
  50. 1965 Shelby Cobra             or          1965 Shelby Cobra CSX 6000 Roadster        or       “CSX3015”
    567
           This magnificent 1965 Shelby Cobra recently sold at auction for $440,000…. Shelby Motors built 22 427 competition roadsters. In 1965, one was selected and converted into a special model called the 427 “Cobra to End All Cobras.” The first one of these (number CSX3015) was originally part of a European promotional tour before its conversion. This conversion called for making the original racing model street legal with mufflers, a windshield and bumpers amongst other modifications. But some things were not modified, including the racing rear end, brakes and headers. The most notable modification is the addition of Twin Paxton Superchargers. This gave the car an alleged 462 brake horsepower (bhp) and 800 Ft pounds of torque at 3000 rpm. Officially rated at 0-to-60 at 4.5 seconds, legend and lore have it as doing that in a little over 3 seconds as one must lay off the throttle heavily just to get traction off the line. Another non-competition 427 roadster, CSX3303, was converted and given to Shelby’s close friend, Bill Cosby. Cosby attempted to drive the super-fast Cobra, but had issues with keeping it under control. This was humorously documented in Cosby’s album titled “Bill Cosby, 200 M.P.H.”. Cosby gave the car back to Shelby, who then shipped it out to one of their dealers in San Francisco, S&C Ford on Van Ness Avenue. S&C Ford then sold it to customer Tony Maxey. Maxey, suffering the same issues as Cosby did with the car, lost control and drove it off of a cliff, landing in the Pacific Ocean waters. It is to be noted that Maxey’s accident was largely speculated as suicide. It was eventually recovered and the wreckage was bought by Brian Angliss of AC/Autokraft. Since CSX3303 was so badly damaged in the Maxey accident, it is doubtful that much of the original car will surface in the restored version. Shelby’s original model, CSX3015, was kept by Carroll Shelby himself over the years as a personal car, sometimes entering it into local races like the Turismos Visitadores Cannonball-Run race in Nevada, where he was “waking up whole towns, blowing out windows, throwing belts and catching fire a couple of times, but finishing.” CSX3015 was auctioned off on 22 January 2007 at the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Event in Scottsdale, Arizona for $5 million plus commission (a record for Cobras, as well as for a Barrett-Jackson sell price).
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1960’s), Top Ten European Cars (1960’s), Top Ten English Cars (1960’s), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AC_Cobra,
  51. 1969 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Strada
    8
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Bizzarrinis,
  52. 1968 Hemi Charger                                          or                         1969 Hemi Charger
    12
           426 cubic inch engine. Nice!
    Links: Top Ten Dodge Cars, Top Ten American Cars, Top Ten Muscle Cars,
  53. 1950 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith
    3
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Rolls Royces,
  54. 1958 Corvette                                                       or                           1960 Corvette
    45
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Chevrolets, Top Ten Corvettes, Top Ten American Cars,
  55. 1952 Packard Pinin Farina Coupe
    6
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Packard Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  56. 1936 Mercedes-Benz 540K Cabriolet C Special
    7
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten European Cars,
  57. 1967 Pontiac GTO
    8
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Pontiacs, Top Ten American Cars, Top Ten Muscle Cars,
  58. 1989 Jiotto Caspita
    91011
    Description:
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  59. 1989 Porsche 911 Slant Nose           or            1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Slant Nose
    12
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Porsches,
  60. 2007 BMW Hamann Z4              or                 2007 BMW AC Schnitzer Sport ACS4
    34
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten BMWs,
  61. 1935 Mercedes-Benz 540 K “Spezial-Roadster”
    567
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  62. 1981 BMW M1
    8910
    Description:
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  63. 2009 Ferrari 599 GTB
    12
    Description:
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  64. 2008 Nissan Skyline GT-R                     or                   2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34
    34
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Nissans, Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  65. 1937 Bugatti T57 SC Atlantic
    567
            Bravo! Beautiful Car and one of the sexiest lines of any car I’ve seen.
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1930’s), Top Ten European Cars (1930’s),
  66. 1936 Mercedes-Benz 500K
    8
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  67. 1932 Packard Model 902 Eight
    91011
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Packards, Top Ten American Cars,
  68. 1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 LeMans Racer                   or                  1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Mille Miglia
    1234
           The 1938 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Mille Miglia is well known in collector circles as one of the “Sleeping Beauties”. It is one of a collection which was stored for decades by reclusive European car collector Michel Dovaz at his French chateau. Noted German photographer Herbert Hasselmann documented his visit, over twenty years ago, to these treasures, then languishing in dusty darkness, in his book “Sleeping Beauties” (Edition Olms, 2008). Dovaz, a Swiss national who owned a printing business, purchased the car in 1956 and left it untouched at his chateau for 34 years, a part of his astonishing hoard of thoroughbred classics. This Alfa 6C 2300 B MM, finally sold from the collection in the 1990s, was eventually the subject of an extensive and detailed restoration, the kind of work which can only be accomplished by beginning with an unmolested original car. It is now owned by a renowned American car collector who is bringing it to the Fairfield County Concours to be admired for the first time in the Northeast.
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Alfa Romeos, Top Ten Cars (1930’s), Top Ten European Cars (1930’s), Top Ten Italian Cars (1930’s),
  69. 2009 Renault Megane Trophy
    5
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Renaults, Top Ten French Cars,
  70. 1956 Pegaso Z102b Saotchik Berlinetta
    678
           Talk about rare, only about 125 Pegasos, which were known as the Spanish Ferraris, were built in the former Hispano-Suiza factory in Barcelona between the 1951 Paris show introduction and 1958. All were powered by DOHC V-8 engines of Pegaso’s own design, ranging in displacement from 2.5 to 4.7L. Some were capable of propelling the light Pegaso to 150 mph, qualifying it for a short time as the fastest production car in the world. This swoopy long-hood, short-deck Berlinetta body was coachbuilt by Saoutchik of Paris. This one now lives in Monterrey, Mexico.
    Links: http://blogs.motortrend.com/6286074/concours/franks-five-favorite-pebble-picks/photo_07.html,
  71. 1959 BMW 507
    91011
    Description:
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    Links: Top Ten BMWs,
  72. 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300 SC
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  73. 1958 Oldsmobile Super 88
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Oldsmobiles, Top Ten American Cars,
  74. 1970 Ford Boss 302
    3
    Description:
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    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten American Cars, Top Ten Mustangs, Top Ten Muscle Cars,
  75. 1972 240ZG
    4
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Nissans, Top Ten Asian Cars,
  76. 1948 Porsche 356
    123
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Porsches,
  77. 1928 Mercedes-Benz Model S
    4
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Mercedes,
  78. 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
    56
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Plymouths, Top Ten American Cars, Top Ten Muscle Cars,
  79. 2003 BMW Alpina Z8
    789
    Description:
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  80. 1958 Ferrari 250 GT TDF LWB
    101112
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ferraris,
  81. 1997 Acura Comptech NSX-T                      or              1999 Acura NSX Zanardi
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Acuras, Top Ten Asian Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  82. 1996 Veilside RX7                                              or                    1993 Mazda RX-7
    3
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mazdas, Top Ten Asian Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  83. 1971 Maserati Ghibli
    567
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Maseratis, Top Ten Cars (1970’s), Top Ten European Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Italian Cars (1970’s),
  84. 1948 Daimler DE36
    8
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Daimlers,
  85. 1948 Cadillac Saoutchik Series 62
    910
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Cadillacs,
  86. 1951 Talbot-Lago T-26 Grand Sport Saoutchik Coupe
    1112
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Talbot-Lagos, Top Ten Cars (1950’s),
  87. 1939 Maybach SW38 Spohn
    123
    Description:
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  88. 1949 Mercury Coupe
    456
    Description:
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    Links: Top Ten Mercurys, Top Ten Hotrods,
  89. 1976 Porsche 911 Turbo Type 930 Carrera
    78
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Porches,
  90. 1974 TVR 2500M
    910
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten TVRsTop Ten Cars (1970’s), Top Ten European Cars (1970’s), Top Ten English Cars (1970’s),
  91. 1932 Daimler Double Six
    123
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten DaimlersTop Ten Hood Ornaments,
  92. 1958 Lincoln Continental Mark III
    1112
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Lincolns, Top Ten American Cars,
  93. 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz
    12
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cadillacs, Top Ten American Cars,
  94. 1958 Cadillac Series 70 Eldorado Brougham
    345
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cadillacs, Top Ten American Cars,
  95. 2000 Hennessey Prowler GTX
    67
           The Prowler was the brainchild of Tom Gale who as a long time hot rod enthusiast wanted to bring a classic hot rod design to those who didn’t have the time to design their own. This car employed a Vision 3.5 litre V-six engine which provided the car with 218 bhp and allowed for a 0-60 acceleration time of 7.7 seconds and a top speed of 125 mph.
    Specs: V-six cylinder, 3523cc, 218 bhp @ 5850rpm, 125mph,
    Links: Top Ten Plymouths, Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten American Cars (2000’s), Top Ten American Cars,
  96. 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K
    8910
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars Mercedes,
  97. 1931 Bugatti Type 51 Coupe
    123
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1930’s), Top Ten European Cars (1930’s),
  98. 1933 Plymouth PD DeLuxe Six
    125
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Plymouths,
  99. 1934 Voisin Type C-27
    67
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Voisins,
  100. 1961 Lincoln Continental
    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA9
    Description:
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  101. Bonus: 1937 Bugatti Type 57C
    1011
    Description:
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  102. Bonus: 1937 Cadillac Series 90 V16
    1
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cadillacs, Top Ten American Cars,
  103. Bonus: 1956 Ford Thunderbird                                                              or               1955 Ford Thunderbird
    234
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars,
  104. Bonus: 2009 Nismo 370Z
    5
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Nissans, Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  105. Bonus: 1994 Nissan 300ZX                        or                 1990 Nissan 300ZX
    67
           In 1990, Autocar Magazine named the 300 ZX “Japan’s first ever supercar” after it recorded a speed of 155 mph and 0-60 mph time of just 5.6 seconds. This was made possible by a 300bhp twin-turbocharged three-litre engine with variable valve timing. Even more impressive was the suspension, a complex multi-link set up with HICAS four-wheel steering, which adapted to the drivers style.
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Nissans, Top Ten Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  106. Bonus: 2009 Mitsuoka Orochi
    89
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mitsuokas, Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (2000’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  107. Bonus: 2007 Caparo T1
    10
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (2000’s), Top Ten English Cars (2000’s),
  108. Bonus: 1999 Toyota Veilside MR2
    11
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Toyotas, Top Ten Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (Asia 1990’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  109. Bonus: 1939 Rolls-Royce Phantom III Labourdette Vutotal
    1
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1930’s), Top Ten European Cars (1930’s), Top Ten English Cars (1930’s),
  110. Bonus: 1993 Toyota Supra
    2
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Toyotas, Top Ten Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1990’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  111. Bonus: 1937 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante
    34
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Bugattis,
  112. Bonus: 1938 Voisin C28
    5
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Voisins,
  113. Bonus: 1974 Celica
    6
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Toyotas, Top Ten Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  114. Bonus: 1971 KGC10 Skyline
    78
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Nissans, Top Ten Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Asian Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Japanese Cars (1970’s), Top Ten Asian Cars,
  115. Bonus: 1941 Willys Coupe
    91011
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Willys, Top Ten Hotrods,
  116. Bonus: 1941 Mercury Sedanca deVille
    34
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercurys,
  117. Bonus: 1948 Buick Series 70 Roadmaster
    56
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Buicks,
  118. Bonus: 1940 BMW 328 Mille Miglia
    7
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten BMWs,
  119. Bonus: 1953 Cadillac Le Mans
    8
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cadillacs,
  120. Bonus: 1951 Mercury Coupe
    9
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Mercurys, Top Ten Hotrods,
  121. Bonus: 2010 Lotus Elise Club Racer
    1011
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (2010’s), Top Ten European Cars (2010’s), Top Ten English Cars (2010’s),
  122. Bonus: 2008 Wiesmann GT MF 5
    1
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Wiesmanns,
  123. Bonus: 1968 Bentley T1 Pininfarina Coupe Speciale
    2
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1960’s), Top Ten European Cars (1960’s), Top Ten English Cars (1960’s),
  124. Bonus: 1960 Bentley S2 Continental
    3
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1960’s), Top Ten European Cars (1960’s), Top Ten English Cars (1960’s),
  125. Bonus: 1929 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A
    45
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Isotta Fraschinis,
  126. Bonus: 1927 Bentley Speed Six Surbico
    678
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Cars (1920’s), Top Ten European Cars (1920’s), Top Ten English Cars (1920’s),
  127. Bonus: 1937 Ford Model 78 Darrin
    9
    Description:
    Specs:
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
  128. Bonus: 1913 Peugeot Type 150
    101112
    Description:
    Links: Top Ten Peugeots,
  129. Bonus: 1909 Ford Model T
    13141516
           And last but not least America’s beloved car, the Model T.
    Links: Top Ten Ford Cars, Top Ten American Cars,
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