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Saab 900 I

 Saab 900 I The first generation of the Saab 900 (I) came on the market in 1978. The Saab 900 was available as a three or five-door hatchback sedan, four-door notchback variant and the two-door...

Saab Sonnet I  0

Saab Sonnet I

Saab presented the Saab Sonnet I in 1957 at the Stockholm Motor Show. With its flat, open body and round headlamps, the first-generation sonnet was very reminiscent of the Porsche 550. Perhaps not entirely...

Renault 15  0

Renault 15

 Renault 15 Play at any price: Renault wanted to jump on the Capri Manta Scirocco wave in the early 1970s and brought on the basis of the R 12 two coupes on the market:...

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Citroën 2CV

All information about the generation: Citroën 2CV Seldom do concepts like cult and legend fit as well as the Citroën 2CV, which has found around 4 million shoppers and even more lovers over 40...

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Alfa Romeo GT Bertone

Based on the Giulia sedan Alfa Romeo presented at the 1963 IAA the GT Bertone. The sports coupé still inspires today with its straightforward and angular design from the pen of Giorgio Giugiaro. In conjunction with...

Renault 14  0

Renault 14

 Renault 14 From 1976 Golf was called in French R 14. The compact Frenchman was the result of a cooperation of Peugeot and Renault – the technique came from Peugeot, body and equipment of...

Renault 12  0

Renault 12

Nothing new in the West: When Renault launched the Renault 12 in 1969, there were no revolutionary innovations. The car should be one thing above all else: robust and functional. Even the design did not let...

Alvis T-series 14  0

Alvis T-series 14

As the first postwar model brought the British luxury brand 1946, the Alvis T-series 14 on the market. The development of the four-door sedan with the conservative lines and the freestanding headlights was still...

Hyundai Grandeur Gen. 1  0

Hyundai Grandeur Gen. 1

With a completely atypical name appeared 1986 a notchback sedan of Hyundai on the market. The basis for technology and design was the Mitsubishi Debonair. The model Grandeur would have fit into the country...

Alfa Romeo 1900  0

Alfa Romeo 1900

At the Paris Motor Show in 1950, Alfa Romeo presented with the 1900 her first model with self-supporting and firmly welded to the chassis body. In addition, the “Millenove” was the first model of...