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Hercules Roadster 1967

Hercules Roadster 1967 Specification :

home Hercules Roadster 1967 Manufacturer : Hercules
calendar Hercules Roadster 1967 Productions : 1967
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Hercules “Popular” Model 1930

Hercules “Popular” Model 1930 Specification:

home Hercules “Popular” Model 1930 Manufacturer : Hercules
calendar Hercules “Popular” Model 1930 Productions : 1930
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Hercules 4 1967

Hercules 4 1967 Specification:

home Hercules 4 1967 Manufacturer : Hercules
calendar Hercules 4 1967 Productions : 1967
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Hercules Classic

home Hercules Classic Manufacturer : Hercules

Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) 1989-1994

Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) specification :
home Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) 1989 1994 Manufacturer : Toyota
calendar Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) 1989 1994 Productions : 1989-1994
settings Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) 1989 1994 Engine : 4.0 L 1UZ-FE V8
config Toyota Lexus First Generation (XF10) 1989 1994 Transmission : 4-speed A341E automatic read more »

Fiat Tempra 1990-1998

Fiat Tempra 1990-1998 Specification and Picture :
home Fiat Tempra 1990 1998 Manufacturer : Fiat
calendar Fiat Tempra 1990 1998 Productions : 1990-1998
settings Fiat Tempra 1990 1998 Engine : 1.4 L I4, 1.6 L I4, 1.8 L I4, 1.9 L diesel I4, 1.9 L turbodiesel I4, 2.0 L I4, 2.0 L I4 DOHC Turbo
config Fiat Tempra 1990 1998 Transmission : 5-speed manual, 4-speed automatic, CVT.
The Tempra’s engine range was similar to that of the Tipo. Initially 1.4 and 1.6-litre models had carburettor engines. Both of these models were discontinued in 1992 due to the new European emission standards and thus all models from 1992 on had catalytic converters and electronic injection. Transmission was a standard 5 speed manual, but for the first time a mid size sedan was offered as with a continuously variable transmission which was previously available on Fiat Uno, Panda, Ritmo and Tipo. 2.0-litre-models were also available with an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.

During its 6 year production run, few changes were made apart from a minor facelift in 1993 resulting in a new front grille and other minor styling changes.
Chassis and main parts (most notably, the doors) were shared with the Fiat Tipo. Other vehicles, derived from the same project were Lancia Dedra (Tempra’s most similar cousin, sharing all mechanical components), Lancia Delta second generation, Alfa Romeo 155, Alfa 145 and Alfa 146.

Bentley S1 Continental (1956-1959)

home Bentley S1 Continental (1956 1959) Manufacturer : Bentley
calendar Bentley S1 Continental (1956 1959) Productions : 1956-1959
settings Bentley S1 Continental (1956 1959) Engine : 4.9 L (4887 cc/298 in³) straight-6
config Bentley S1 Continental (1956 1959) Transmission : 4-speed automatic transmission was standard, with a 4-speed manual available as an option
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The Bentley S1 was a luxury car produced by Bentley Motors Limited from 1956 through 1959. It marked Bentley parent, Rolls-Royce, reducing the differences between their Bentley and Roll-Royce models, with the S1 differing only in its radiator design and badging from the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I.

The models shared the 4.9 L (4887 cc/298 in³) straight-6 engine, with this being the last vehicle to use this engine. The bore was 95.25 mm (3.7 in) and the stroke was 114.3 mm (4.5 in). Twin SU carburetors were fitted, with upgraded models from 1957. A 4-speed automatic transmission was standard, with a 4-speed manual available as an option. Two wheelbases were produced: 123 in (3124 mm) and, from 1957, 127 in (3226 mm).

Toyota Starlet 60 Series 1978-1984

home Toyota Starlet 60 Series 1978 1984 Manufacturer : Toyota
calendar Toyota Starlet 60 Series 1978 1984 Productions : 1978-1984
settings Toyota Starlet 60 Series 1978 1984 Engine : 993 cc 2K I4, 1166 cc 3K I4, 1290 cc 4K I4
config Toyota Starlet 60 Series 1978 1984 Transmission : K40 (4-speed manual), K50 (5-speed manual)
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Description : The 60 series, introduced in 1978 was better known, being the first to be extensively sold outside Japan. It was offered with 993 (KP60 2K), 1,166 (KP62 3K) and 1,290 cc (KP61 4K) engines. Three- and five-door hatchbacks were offered in export markets, although a distinctive 5-door wagon variant was sold in Japan, Hong Kong and Germany. Trim levels were Standard, De Luxe (also known as DX in some markets), GL, XL, S, and SE.
In 1980 the Starlet was facelifted to include square headlights and a second facelift followed in 1983 to incorporate a slant nose front end, and lower hatch opening.
The KP61 was the only Starlet ever sold in the USA from 1981 to 1984, and the Toyota Corolla FX replaced it in 1985. The 1981–1982 models came with standard 5-speed manual transmission and tachometer. It is an equivalent to other markets’ S model. The 1983–1984 models were additionally offered with Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) with the 4K engine, but with 4-speed manual transmission, and similar to other markets’ XLi model.

Alfa Romeo 1900 (1951)

home Alfa Romeo 1900 (1951) Manufacturer : Alfa Romeo
calendar Alfa Romeo 1900 (1951) Productions : 1951-1959
settings Alfa Romeo 1900 (1951) Engine : 1,884 cc, 90 bhp, 4 cylinder
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The Alfa Romeo 1900 was a sports sedan designed by Orazio Satta for the Alfa Romeo company in 1951. It was Alfa Romeo’s first car built entirely on a production line.

The 1900 was offered in two door or four door models, with a 1,884 cc, 90 bhp, 4 cylinder engine. It was spacious and simple, yet quick and sporty. The slogan Alfa used when selling it was “The family car that wins races”, not-so-subtly alluding to the car’s success in the Targa Florio, Stella Alpina, and other competitions. Production continued until 1959, a total of 21,304 were built.

Honda Civic CVCC (1972-1975)

Honda Civic CVCC 1972 1975 1 590x442 Honda Civic CVCC (1972 1975)

home Honda Civic CVCC (1972 1975) Manufacturer : Honda
calendar Honda Civic CVCC (1972 1975) Productions : 1972-1975
settings Honda Civic CVCC (1972 1975) Engine : 1170 cc
config Honda Civic CVCC (1972 1975) Transmission : 1335 cc giving 55 hp to 1488 cc giving 67 hp
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The Honda Civic is an automobile manufactured by Honda. It was introduced in July 1972 as a two-door coupe, followed by a 3-door hatchback version that September. With the transverse engine placement of its 1169 cc engine and front wheel drive, like the British Mini, the car provided good interior space despite overall small dimensions.

Early models of the Civic were typically outfitted with a basic AM radio, rudimentary heater, foam cushioned plastic trim, two-speed wipers, and painted steel rims with a chromed wheel nut cap. The current Civic has become much more luxurious with satellite-linked navigation, a six-speed manual, power locks and power windows available. Still, many regard the Civic as representing a good value for the money, combining good performance, reliability and economy, as well as a very low rate of depreciation.

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