10. Lamborghini Miura: Manufactured between 1966 and 1973, the Miura was developed during the engineers' free time – against the wishes of Lamborghini himself. However, when the design was finally entrusted to the boss, he accepted his production, which is the greatest pleasure of classic car enthusiasts today.
9. Mercedes Benz 300SL Gullwing: The original version of this car was made with emblematic gullwing doors, but for a few years a model of roadster was also made product. This classic car was made between 1955 and 1957; This was the fastest car in the world at the time.
8. Chevrolet Camaro: Manufactured between 1967 and 1969, Chevrolet Camaro was a direct rival of Ford's classic Mustang. There have been five generations of this car.
7. Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 Stradale: This is the version of Alfa Romeo Tipo 33 that is suitable for road use; Only 18 of these cars were manufactured. Low-profile chassis and butterfly doors make this one of the most elegant classic cars ever made.
6. Ferrari Dino 206 GT: Only 152 models of the Ferrari Dino 206 GT were manufactured between the years 1968 and 1969. It was manufactured as an inexpensive and highway version of the Ferrari 246 Formula One.
5. Chevrolet Corvette: The first-generation Chevrolet Corvette was produced in 1953. It was originally designed as a show car, but it was so well received that they were deployed for the public. 300 were put together by hand, but since then there have been seven generations of Chevrolet Corvette in total.
4. Jaguar XJS: The Jaguar XJS was produced for a little more than 20 years in total; Meanwhile, thousands have been manufactured and sold. Originally, it was brought to replace the much loved E-Type. The Jaguar XJS is no longer in production.
3. Ferrari 250 GTO: Ferrari 250 GTO was originally made as a race car. When this car went into production, the buyers had to be examined and approved by no other than Enzo Ferrari himself. Nowadays, the rules are not so strict.
2. Aston Martin DB5: The Aston Martin cars are quite popular as is, but one of the things that makes the DB5 so sought after is the fact that it is instantly recognizable as one of the cars driven By James Bond. He appeared in the 1964 Goldfinger film, for which two models were made. Outside the film, more than 1,000 of these cars were manufactured in just two years in the 1960s.
1. Jaguar E-Type: Perhaps one of the most beloved classic cars of all time is the British-style Jaguar E-Type. Several different versions of this car have been made, but they all have an emblematic style and smooth curves. In total, more than 70,000 were sold, reflecting their immense popularity.
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