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Pontiac Streamliner - 1946-1948Details click here
Pending the presentation of a new lineup for 1949, pontiac marketed the same models whose production was cut short by world war ii. The biggest of the two series was the streamliner, consisting of a fastback sedan coupe and sedan plus wood-paneled station wagons that seated either six or eight.
Pontiac Torpedo - 1946-1947Details click here
The first pontiacs to emerge from the factory after world war ii were essentially the 1942 models that were discontinued soon after american entiy into the war mandated a conversion to military production. There were only two pontiac series in 1946: The 122-in.-wheelbase streamliners and 119-in. Torpedos.
Porsche 356 Sc - 1963-1965Details click here
In the years following world war ii, porsche made sports car histoiy. Intrigued by the success of relatively cheap, small italian two-seaters based on fiat components, germanys greatest auto maker applied the same principles to readily available volkswagen elements. From that concept came the perennially popular porsche 356 line.
Porsche 911 Turbo (3 Litres) - 1975-1977Details click here
The 911 turbo was porsches contender for the supercar to end all supercars. super as in a kkk turbocharger blowing through bosch k-jetronic fuel, injection. Super as in a rousing 260 hp at 5,500 rpm. Super as in a splendid 2,541 lb. Ft. Of torque at 4,000 rpm.
Porsche 911s - 1966-1969Details click here
Ferdinand porsche was responsible for some of the greatest motoring machines the world has ever seen, from the glorious mercedes-benz to the solidly functional volkswagen. Twro grandchildren, butzi porsche and ferdinand piech, followed in his tradition, coming up with the design for one of the companys ultimate achievements, the porsche 91 is.
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