The Miura spurred the supercar trend: production of high-performance, mid-engine, two-seat sports cars.
By Bradley IgerSep 15
Some car guys say, “They don’t make them like they used to.” That's not always true.
France’s Alpine burned out in the early 1990s. Now it's back with a new concept coupe.
Initially, converting a Miata into a spec racer was a DIY affair. That's not true anymore.
Although the 400GT gets more attention, the Islero sports car that succeeded it is just as deserving of adoration. Maybe more so.
Is the 2000GT the most desirable and valuable Japanese automobile ever produced?
The star vehicles are: a 1953 Chevy; 1965 Ford F-100; 1938 International Harvester; and the 1948 Ford F-1.