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What’s the real difference: Porsche 911 ST v 911 GT3 Touring - An owner’...

1978 Ferrari 308 GTB: The Blue GTB

Porsche Top 5 Series: Transaxle Models

1978 AMC Pacer Wagon - Jay Leno’s Garage

1978 Fiat 131 Abarth and 1986 Lancia Delta S4 Rally Cars - Jay Leno’s Ga...

1978 Porsche 911 SC Turned into a Safari 911

Turbocharged, Manual 1978 "Trolls Royce" Silver Shadow II - One Take

Golden Bird | 78 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T / A 6.6 WS6 T-Top

Happy 64 Vette | 78 Chevrolet Corvette Turbine by Granatelli

Yesterday, sixty-four years ago at a small factory in Flint, Michigan on Van Slyke Road, the first 1953 Corvettes rolled off the assembly line and into automotive history. On June 30th 1953, these Chevrolet workers and executive gathered for a group photo around the VIN 001 Corvette. The rest is history.

The BMW That Thought It Was a Lamborghini | M1 (E26)

1978 Chevrolet Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car (C3) | WG

1978 BMW M1 E26: The Forgotten Supercar

The Mustang Story | MUSTANG II 1974-1978

Classics | Maserati Bora

Remember | BMW 635 CSi (E24)

Lamborghini Espada 400 GTE | WG

Lamborghini Espada | 1:18

Firebird Trans Am Gold Special Edition

Forgotten Wonders | Lancia Stratos Sibilo Concept

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