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  1. I’d rather have the Shelby Cobra or the Cobra Daytona Coupe from Shelby American rather than from Superformance.

    • @Dani Hildan Shelby American is the original manufacturer and if you buy a car from them it is a continuation car. You can get GT40s, Cobra FIA, Cobra SC, Daytons and so on. All of them real, all of them registered. And if you want a restored car then why not use the company that manufactured the car in the first place? Just like if I ever get a chance to own a Countact I’ll have it delivered to Lamborghini for restoration.

    • @Dani Hildan Also Superformance had problems back in the day when they were the official manufacturer of the Eleanor copies from the Gone in 60 Seconds (Cage) movie. Lots of accusations of not delivering cars, promised to be part of the Shelby registry and not necessarily actually being part of it, etc.

    • @Jaani Kääpä Wow it’s really important to know, so there’s so many issues with Superformance car. Totally agree with you bruh, and so they’re just making the copy of it right?

  2. If it was a Corvette…”I”…would only want a 1963 or 2 model…corvette looks went downhill after that..not to insult the stingray in any way… I just prefer the earlier model..so in this line up I’d have to go with Cobera as a first pick..then maybe the Camero…or the Morgan

  3. I don’t know if they are in the same category, but I would add:
    – Eagle (Jaguars)
    – DBA (David Brown Automobiles)
    – Dowsetts Classic Cars
    – Equus Automotive

    Very nice list, though.

    • Nice suggestions. Talked about DBA (David Brown Automobiles) and Equus Automotive in my previous releases too.

  4. Caterham!!! Caterham!!! Caterham!!! Go to their site caterhamcars.com where you can configure every single seven models that they have in their lineup, including this one – the super seven – that you mentioned here (though i wish that you have mentioned all of their seven models in their lineup since the design hasn’t change in the last 60+ years).

  5. There is many cars here that is outstanding.wonder if there is anyone making copy’s of mazda rx2/capella rotarie 2 door coupé and mazda rx7’s.

    • Automotive Territory: Trending News & Car Reviews Chevelle, Trans Am, Olds 442, GTO, all Mopar stuff just to name some. My point is there are a lot more masculine American classic cars than the mustang to match the rest on the list.

  6. I think it’s important to remember that the market has swung towards those seeking affordability and practicality, simply because the young generation are much worse off than their parents were at the same age. Young people don’t buy new cars as salaries have not risen to meet the increased living costs. As for these classics, they’re now the pursuit of the mid-life crisis and unaffordable for young people. How much was a new Mustang in 1967? $20k in today’s money.

    • Those were different times and the automotive market is very unlikely to change any time soon, if at all.

  7. im 23, always wanted a corvette c2 split window. way before my time but maybe some day. it just looks so clean.

    • It’s a nice one for sure. Hope you get it some time in the future.

  8. They are all absolutely stunning, but the prices are truly eye watering. I wonder how much of that is profit?

    • It would really be nice see more affordable options. To be fair though, if they are using the actual classic models as bases for the builds, finding those is challenging today.

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  10. Tolle Bilder aber der Sprecher ist unmöglich. Das gewollte schönenglisch zu hören ist einfach furchtbar. Zu dem emotionslosen Geplapper auf drei Tönen kann ich nix zuhören. Schade.

  11. Nice overview. I thought the Cobra (Superformance) model was the 427, not the 289. The 289 (actually called Ace) was more slender than the 427. AFAIK Shelby sourced the 289 car chassis and bodies straight from AC in England to put a tiny 289 V8 block in them. Then the 427 was based on that but – again AFAIK – not built by AC anymore. BTW, it’s always interesting in the grand scheme of USAnian feuds that Shelby wanted a GM V8, not Ford, but GM did not want to work with him.

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