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Carmakers Enter the Space Race
In the 1960s, the United States and Russia were caught up in the space race. This meant that everything from high ball glasses and furniture to women’s hats and automobiles were designed with outerspace in mind. Some of the most exciting cars from the 1960s were designed and named to invoke images of satellites, planets, and rocket ships.
One of the most memorable ‘space race’ cars with the 1960-1961 Ford Galaxie Starline. This car evokes not only the ultimate goal to explore the galaxy, but to do it in a stylish car that zips through the stars.
The Best Mopar Cars Ever
In the world of racing, Mopar cars – those made by Chrysler, Plymouth, and Dodge – were some of the fastest, especially due to the 426 Hemi engine. Since the Mopar motors were so powerful and began dominating the NASCAR circuit, the bigwigs decided that something had to be done. They decreed that cars on the NASCAR circuit had to be produced in the thousands, which made the Mopar line of cars available to the public with a slight variation on the racing engine that took NASCAR by storm. These are the results: the best Mopar cars to hit the streets:
1955 Dodge Lancer
The Dodge division of the Chrysler Corporation has long been known to produce quality vehicles that excite car lovers around the world. During the 1950s, the story was very much the same, and the company produced several classic cars that their owners proudly display at classic car shows across the United States each year. The Lancer nameplate was a great addition to several different lines during this time period. These included the Coronet, Royal, and Custom Royal lines. The Lancer nameplate, however, only applied to the pillarless 2 and 4-door hardtop versions of each model.