The 1968 Oldsmobile convertible offered sleek lines, and looked best with the fire-engine-red paint job.

The 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 had the look of a muscle car, but many thought that, considering the car’s weight, the 350-cubic-inch engine lacked the desired power. FOLLOWING PAGE: Twenty thousand 1963 Corvette Sting Rays were sold in 1963. The cost at the time was about $4,300. This car’s slick fast- back was controversial because it had a split window in the rear. Though it looked great, the divider bar sometimes caused the driver to have danger- ous blind spots.

The 1968 1/2 Mustang Cobra Jet introduced to the line of pony cars the 427-cubic-inch engine worth a sizzling 335 horses.


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