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A $100,000 premium was paid for this mid-engine, rear-wheel- drive car, which was powered by an aluminium block V12 engine. The automobile produced 348 horsepower at 7500 rpm and 319 pound-feet of torque.
When Lamborghini unveiled the Countach prototype at the
Geneva Salon in 1971, it was a startlingly low, aggressively sculpted superwedge propelled by an unusual V-12 engine. The car continues to astonish everyone who sees it fifty years later.
 Shelby Cobra
The Shelby Cobra wasn’t a normal sports car from 1965. This was a creation by the master craftsman himself, Carroll Shelby. The car cost about $6000 when new and now specimens have sold for over $6 Million.
 

The Shelby Cobra took 14.5 seconds to reach 100 mph and then came to a complete halt. Until something better came along, it served as a sort of high water mark in terms of performance for cars that are widely available. It was the best-performing production automobile of its time, and it was a true trend- setter.
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