Under the hood of the Jaguar XK-SS 3.4-liter, double-overhead-cam inline six-cylinder engine, topped of with a six-pack of side-draft Weber carburetors. This same engine powered the original XK-120, and all Jaguars made through the 1950s 1960s. This little dry-sump honey could easily produce 250-275 horsepower giving this cat an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 1 hp per 8 lbs, and 0-60 mph in 5 seconds, which was insane for a street car back in those days. via
Porsche P/904 Carrera. Classic bodystyles hiding modern machinery. base of a second-generation Porsche Boxster, complete with a six-speed manual gearbox and 3.4-litre engine, producing 291bhp. The tuner will also fit a sports exhaust to keep the 60s racecar sound and vibe alive, together with adjustable suspension.
The Fiat Jolly. They are also called La Spiaggina or the beachette. They came with wicker seats and were used as beach cars, estate roundabouts, yacht tenders and golf carts. Since there were so many beachfront cities and resorts along the Mediterranean Sea, these beach buggy cars became quite popular in the 60s
The Saleen S7 uses a 7 liter 750 HP V-8 engine. It is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.Saleens S7 Twin Turbo has fallen to the 5th place from last years first spot in most expensive car list. Mainly because all four nameplates ahead of it are new. However, the S7 still remains to be one of the more recognizable supercars on the list.Made in U.S.
Grand Rapids Cruise August 25, 2007 Rat Rod is a style of Hot Rod or Custom car that imitates (or exaggerates) the early hot rods of the 40s, 50s, and 60s. It is not to be confused with the somewhat closely related Traditional Hot Rod, which is an accurate re-creation or period-correct restoration of a Hot Rod from the same era. Most Rat Rods appear unfinished (whether they actually are or are not), with just the bare essentials to be driven. More recently however, a trend has arise