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The 60 Sweetest Rides of All Time

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58. 1993 Jaguar XJS

The Jaguar XJS was in production from 1975 until 1996 and it’s argued that the 1993 model is the best of the lot. The first year with a straight 6 cylinder engine, and the final year of the chrome bumpers. It was the successor to the E-Type and became one of Jaguar’s most recognizable models. In 1996, the XJS was replaced by the XK8. In 1992, the engine size increased from a 3.6 liter engine to a 4.0 liter.

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57. 1968 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi

The Road Runner is a classic car for the alpha male types. This macho beast looks fearsome and strikes it’s audience confidently with its bold shape. This car is an all time performer with neat edges and a 425 horsepower V-8 heart beneath its hood with 428 cubic inch volume hemi engine. This car ruled the Saturday night streets when speed junkies went drag racing. This car was loved by people due to its design as well as performance capabilities. The manufacturers had bought the name rights from Warner Brothers before launching.

Source: hotrod.com

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