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1970 Plymouth Cuda in Snakeskin Green

Remember | 1970 Porsche 911T

Frank Sinatra's 1970 Maserati Ghibli

1970 Monte Carlo Walkaround | Chevrolet

American Power Meets Italian Styling: 1970 Monteverdi High Speed 375S - ...

750 hp Supercharged LSA 1970 Camaro Restomod

1970 Plymouth Barracuda / Cuda vs Chevrolet Camaro Dealer Promo Film

1970 Plymouth Fury vs Chevrolet Impala Dealer Promo

1970 Chrysler Imperial

1970 Imperial vs Lincoln Dealer Promo

BEHOLD! The ICON Reformer Ford Bumpside F100 4x4 in 4K

CHATSWORTH, CA (April 21, 2020) – World-renowned vehicle designer and builder ICON 4x4 has added to its fleet of re-imagined vehicles with their latest custom truck debut as part of their popular Reformer series. The newest ICON Reformer presents a completely reimagined 1970 Ford Ranger that is specially made to celebrate the classic styling of one of the world’s greatest trucks alongside a complete vehicle reengineering. One key premise behind each ICON Reformer concept is reimagining classic designs for use in the modern world, and the new 1970 Ford Ranger is a perfect blend of timeless aesthetic paired with high-performance. “At ICON 4x4, our Reformer series is a distinctly unique approach to classic restoration, and this new 1970 Ford Ranger is a perfect example of how we work with clients to completely reimagine trucks like these on every level,” comments Jonathan Ward, Lead Designer and Founder of ICON 4x4. “What we’re doing is rewriting history to a certain extent b

1970 Ferrari 512 S Pininfarina Modulo - One-Off "UFO" Concept-Car driven...

How Bout The Stratos(phere) For a Change?

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1970 Porsche 911 RSR Tribute: Pure And Simple

3hrs | The 1970 XP-882

07.1 8 .19 1970 XP-882 April 2, 1970 was a notable day for Corvette fans, as the XP-882 mid-engine Corvette concept made a surprise appearance, wowing the crowds at the New York auto show. Even this early in the mid-engine Corvette story, such a model had already taken on mythical status among the faithful, and the XP-882’s drop-dead looks gave Corvette lovers everything they didn’t even know they wanted. And then some. Corvette lead engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov’s team started working on the XP-882 in 1968. Two prototypes were built around small-block Chevy engines, with plans for big-block power and eventually all-wheel drive. Zora had been playing with AWD since his experimental mid-engine CERV II racer. The styling group designed a new look that was crisp, edgy, and low-slung, yet it still looked like a Corvette. Despite fierce resistance from sales, styling, and engineering, Chevrolet general manager John Z. DeLorean canceled the XP-882 project in August 1969 to pur

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1970 Dodge Charger Restomod

the LAST Vanishing Point Challenger - 1970 Dodge Challenger RT HEMI

ALFA ROMEO GTV 1750 Bertone Coupé 1970...