Jeep Commando

Jeep Commando Commando was in its final year of production in 1973. It rode on a 114″ wheelbase chassis and was 174.5″ in overall length. For body styles, offered were pickup truck, station wagon and convertible choices. They were fairly light trucks topping out at 3100lbs for the wagon. The standard engine was a 232 […]
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Rolls Royce Camargue

Camargue It was launched in 1975. The Camargue was sold only as a two door coupe and in very limited numbers to retain a certain level of mystique. With a weight of 5175 lbs., it was the heaviest car in the Rolls Royce lineup. The wheelbase was the longest at just over 120 inches. It […]
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Bentley Mulsanne

Bentley Mulsanne 1981 was the first year. Mulsanne had a unique look compared to previous Bentleys. It had a sporty appearance— Not all stuffy like other models. It was made for performance. Mulsanne sat on a 120.5 inch wheelbase and ran the length of 208 inches. Curb weight was quite porky at almost 5100lbs. It […]
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Rolls Royce Corniche

Corniche For the low end of six figures, you could have had the Corniche during the smog-era. It was sold in coupe or convertible body styles. Weighing nearly 5000lbs, it was a tank of a car. The wheelbase was 119.5 inches. Length was 203.5 inches. Underneath, it was quite ahead of its time. The suspension […]
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Jaguar XJS

XJS The XJS appeared for the 1976 model year. It sat on a 102 inch wheelbase and featured a long hood/short deck layout with 2+2 seating. The steering system was a rack & pinion style with the brakes being 4-wheel disc. Its best known feature was the 5.3L SOHC EFI V12 engine. For the original […]
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