American Cars of the 1960s
American cars have changed dramatically over the decades. This high-interest series presents the major American makes and models, the features that made them unique, and the innovations that put them on the cutting edge of American culture and engineering.
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Buick Riviera Grand Sport
Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray
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