A to Z of Sports Cars, 1945-1990
More than 850 firm built sports cars between 1945 and 1990. They came from every corner of the world. Not just the obvious places such as Britain, the USA, Italy, Germany, France and Japan, or the likely places like Switzerland, Scandinavia, Spain and Australia, but from some unlikely places too, including Brazil, Uruguay, Egypt, the Philippines and Israel.
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2-litre 2+2 coupe Abarth Alfa Romeo all-independent suspension American Aston Martin automatic transmission backbone chassis basic became built cabriolet car's Chevrolet Chrysler claimed Cobra coil springs competition components convertible copy Corvette Countach disc brakes dohc double wishbones Ferrari Fiat fibreglass body floorpan Ford Cortina Ford V8 four wheels four-cylinder four-seat four-speed front disc brakes GT car independent suspension introduced Jaguar kit car Lamborghini Lamborghini Countach late litre live rear axle Lotus Lotus Seven maker marque Maserati Mercedes-Benz mid-engined monocoque motor offered original Panhard Pininfarina Porsche Prod prototype racing rear suspension Renault road car Roadster running gear saloon seconds small numbers sohc sold space frame sports car sports-racer springs and double Sprite Spyder standard styling successful top speed torsion bars Triumph tubular Turbo turbocharged turn key twin two-seat unit V8 engine VW Beetle wheelbase wishbone front suspension