8. 1940 Vauxhall Wyvern Caleche
The model was first built in 1938 in Australia. General Motors-Holden started making the vehicle as the H Series that included the sedan, Caleche, roadster and toured models. This “Caleche” model was made in the year 1940 and it essentially is a 2-door roadster which has a folding windshield screen. According to other sources, the model’s name, Wyvern, is based on the mythical beast that associated closely with the griffin on the Vauxhall’s emblem.
7. 1961 Jaguar E-Type
This car is widely known as among the most beautiful cars to grace the road ever. The Jaguar E-Type, was first introduced in the year 1961 and is undoubtedly one of the most fun cars. The car is designed and also manufactured in the West Midlands town of Coventry. It is a sleek sports coupe that is custom-built for the back country roads of the rural England. While many of the vehicles on the list were made with racing in mind, this E-Type was developed for an all-around satisfaction for the driver. It performs well from the racetrack to roadways. It remains Jaguar’s most sought-after sports coupe as well as a striking example of the well-purposed engineering performance.