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Ten stunning cars that will forever remain classics

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Ten stunning cars that will forever remain classics

There is a highly vibrant market for classic cars these days, with buyers from all over the world looking to invest in vehicles from the past. With so many makes and models from a number of iconic eras to choose from, many people find themselves spoiled for choice. Here are ten that caught the eye when they were made, and still manage to turn heads to this day.

Jaguar XJ6

A model that has been with us in various incarnations for more than 40 years, the XJ6 is large, stately and undeniably cool. While several versions have become highly sought-after classics, those that were manufactured in the 1960s and 1970s are particularly popular.

Jaguar XJ6

Jaguar XJ6

Aston Martin DB5

Only just over a thousand of these were made, a fact which inevitably means when a classic DB5 is put up for sale it attracts a great deal of interest. First hitting the streets in 1963, the car is perhaps best known for its association with some of the early James Bond movies.

Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

Lotus Esprit

When the Lotus Esprit first arrived in showrooms in the 1970s, its futuristic design looked more like something from a science fiction movie than a road car. Even today, many decades later, it still looks ultra-sleek, ultra-modern and wonderfully state of the art.

Lotus Esprit

Lotus Esprit

Triumph Stagx1

It goes without saying that not every classic car is a luxury vehicle which cost a small fortune when it first went up for sale. The Triumph Stagx1 was a favourite in the 1970s and it remains so now. If ever a car summed up this particular decade, the Stag is surely the one.

Triumph Stag x1

Triumph Stag x1

Lincoln Continental

The Lincoln Continental has enjoyed three separate production periods, and each of them has produced some wonderful vehicles. Perhaps the finest of them all is the third generation (1958-60), which was one of the largest road cars ever made. Big really is beautiful.

Lincoln Continental

Lincoln Continental

Lancia Stratos

One of the most distinctive of all Italian cars, the Stratos looked good on roads and performed well on rally courses. Less than 500 of these were manufactured in the 1970s, a staggering figure when you consider how highly thought of it has always been.

Lancia Stratos

Lancia Stratos

Nissan Skyline

The Nissan Skyline has been in the showrooms since the 1950s, and few models from any manufacturer have undergone so complex an evolution. While many incarnations are regarded as classics, the C110, made between 1972 and 1977, is of particular importance.

Nissan Skyline

Nissan Skyline

Ferrari F40

Virtually every car ever made by Ferrari has become a classic in its own right, but there is something extra special about the F40. Built between 1987 and 1992, even today the trade in these stunning vehicles remains a busy, and relatively expensive, one.

Ferrari F40

Ferrari F40

Volkswagen Beetle

The car that has defined a generation, a company and a nation, the Volkswagen Beetle has always been a stunning example of engineering by the people for the people. If you’ve ever dreamed of owning one, you’ll be delighted to know there are always plenty on the market.

Volkswagen Beetle

Volkswagen Beetle

Ford Cortina

If you grew up in the UK in the 1960s and 1970s, you’ll know the Ford Cortina intimately. There were five separate versions of the Cortina (Mark I through to Mark V), each of them an improvement on the last, and the designs inspire nostalgia whenever they are seen.

Ford Cortina

Ford Cortina

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