This American shark comes with a V8 and was born in 1963. Intrigued? Read on!
When it comes to judging beauty among postwar classic cars, most agree that the Europeans largely got it right. Courtesy of stunning coachwork from Pininfarina, Carozzeria Touring of Milan and Bertone among others, the cars definitely won the day in the looks department. A few contenders from Japan did crop up over the years, but could never compete with the Continent.
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We get a taste of 1960s Detroit iron, in Dubai no less.
If a reader were to sift through our relatively small archives, they would see that we’ve covered a diverse range of cars. We’ve had the pleasure of experiencing the common and not so common of the automotive world, with the respective cultures that they give rise to.
However, if you’ve looked for any American metal, the Bandit comes up short. Until now.
Continue reading “Blue ovals and yellow bowties – A taste of 60’s Americana.”