10 classic cars you need to see on dubizzle right now!
The cars we drive say a lot about us, and if you don’t care about what you drive as long as it gets you from point A to B, then this blog post is clearly not for you. As for the rest of you motorheads, we’ve added a neat new filter on dubizzle & you won’t believe the classic cars we’ve found from there.
Here are the 10 classic cars that you need to see on dubizzle right now:
1967 “Pit Viper” Mustang
The Pit Viper Mustang, initially conceived by a Brook Philips, has a story like no other. Almost 12 years ago, Philips had a car accident that left him in a full-body brace.
In hopes to regain basic motor functions again, Philips used his dream of building a 67’ Mustang into an Eleanor replica as his personal ticket into full rehabilitation.
“The result is a stunning ’67 Mustang fastback that’s not a Shelby, not an Eleanor, and certainly not a stock Mustang.” – Mustang360
Fun fact from the owner: This car is signed by Ken Bloc aka the drift king
1971 Jaguar E-Type S3
This is the last of the E-types powered by the brand new V12 engine that would later be fitted in the Jaguar saloons. With a little over 15,000 units ever built, the Series 3s are set up as refined and fast grand tourers.
Fun fact from the owner: Certified by Jaguar as “The first car on the assembly line for the Series 3 E-Type”
1951 Chevy Styleline Deluxe
The Deluxe had been Chevrolet’s sales leader throughout the 40’s & early 50’s. The original series ran from 1941 till 1948, but the new body style you’re looking at was introduced in 1949 and ran till 1952.
Fun fact from the owner: This is the 1951 Chevy Styleline Deluxe bought from Sons of Anarchy actor David Labrava aka “Happy”. It appeared in many TV shows apart from Sons of Anarchy such as Florida Classics.
1962 Austin Healey 3000 BT7 MKII
The BT7 is a 4-seat roadster that served as an alternative to the Jaguar E-Type in the 1960s. With a fully-collapsible soft top, wind-up windows and a curved front window, this modernized car is more desirable as a touring car.
1960 – MERCEDES BENZ 190 SL CONVERTIBLE
Mercedes Benz 190 SL Convertible is a one of a kind luxurious two-door roadster. It had been produced by Mercedes-Benz between May 1955 and 1963.This classic car was made available in both a soft top convertible and a hardtop convertible and has a four cylinder engine.
1998 Gordon Roadster (Manual Gear)
An instant classic car: the stellar Gordon roadster is the only model from Gordon Cars. Produced strictly on demand, and customized to every owner’s wishes.
Mercedes Benz 280SL 1969
The Mercedes-Benz W 113 is a two-seater roadster coupe. It was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1963 and produced all the way through 1971.
The W13 was the first Mercedes of its kind to ever have had radial tires, as well as first to focus on safety features.
The AC Cobra, also known as the Shelby Cobra, was produced in the UK and US in 1962. Equipped with a Ford V8 engine, the compact sports car was praised for its excellent road feel and directional stability at high speed.
The MGA was produced by MG from 1955 to 1962 and was initially launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1955.
The MGA sold 101,081 units in seven years.
Lamborghini LM002 1989
Yes, this is a Lamborghini!
You’re looking at the “Rambo-Lambo”; a beast with an entirely new chassis fitted with the Lamborghini Countach’s V12 engine and a 290-litre fuel tank.
Lamborghini commissioned Pirelli to create Pirelli Scorpion tires specifically for this model, and with two tread designs; one of the designs was for mixed use while the other was used for sand only.
So, do you fancy any of them beauties? Stay on top of your classic motoring game, & hit up our new Quick Links section for a speedy access to the most up-to-date selection of classic cars on dubizzle.
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