The Suzuki Samurai: History, Generations, Models

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Suzuki Samurai History The Samurai was the first four-wheeled vehicle Suzuki, but its history begins nearly 20 years before the plucky little 4×4 made its way across the Pacific. In 1968, Japan’s Hope Motor Company introduced a small kei-class 4×4 with a 359cc Mitsubishi engine called the ON360. Suzuki bought Hope and developed the ON360 into the 1970 LJ10 (“Light Jeep”), also known as the Jimny. Suzuki introduced the second-generation Jimny in 1981, and in 1985 it began exporting the Jimny to other countries. as a 1986 model. Badged as…

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The Awesome of 1980’s, Worst Cars and the Perfect then

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The Awesome 1980s were a strange time for the automobile business as the industry transitioned from big rear-drive dinosaurs to smaller, trimmer, perfected fuel-injected front-drivers. Sure, we got some great cars in the 1980s—but we also got some truly terrible ones. Here we revisit some of the worst cars of the 1980s. 1980 General Motors X-Cars Then Fancy and the big thing on the road the Chevrolet Citation, Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix were meant to usher in a new era at GM, and they did—the era of Everything…

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10 of the Rarest and Most Powerful Classic Muscle Car Convertibles

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If you have a thing for muscle cars, you’re going to love this list! These are some of the rarest classic muscle cars ever made! 1969 Hurst Olds This 1969 Hurst produces 380 hp. It has a unique engine that is combined with Hurst Olds’ famous dual/gate shifter. 906 of these models were made, but only 3 of them were convertibles. They’re remembered for their golden stripes and pure white sheen. This car is selling around $94,000 today. 1970 Pontiac GTO The Judge This car screams style when you look…

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Cool and Worthy Classic Cars with Best Possible Auction

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There is nothing cooler than a classic car! If you ever get the privilege to get behind the wheel of one of these babies, consider yourself very lucky. 1966 Shelby 427 Cobra With its massive power to weight ratio, the Shelby 427 Cobra is well worth your time. It’ll tear up the road and look good doing it. It’s the coolest of the cool cars on this list. This car has been auctioned off for $5.5 million. 1961 Jaguar E-type The Jaguar brand oozes speed and style. This E-type was…

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