The Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 is the primary variant of the 40 Series, produced for model years 1961 to 1984 in Japan, and until 1985 in Venezuela. The FJ40 is the model that made Toyota a household name. Today, it’s a classic 4x4 that’s a favorite to off-road enthusiasts and collectors alike, competing head to head on collectability against the Land Rover Series models, the Defender 90, Ford Bronco, and the International Scout. Featuring the gas powered F engine until 1974, and the 2F engine until 1985, the model received only minor body and mechanical modifications along its years of production. Notably, US-spec models, which were sold until 1983, received some additional features and characteristics that make them more appealing than vehicles destined for other markets.
The 427/390 was a variant of the C2 Chevrolet Corvette. This Corvette variant featured the 'L36' 427 cu in (7.0L) big block V8 that produced 390hp, and was available from 1966 until 1967.
The first iteration of the Acura NSX was introduced for model year 1991, although it was available in non-US markets as the Honda NSX in 1990. It was powered by an all-aluminium 3.0 L V6 engine, which featured Honda's VTEC (Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control) system developed in the 1980s, in automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission. Cars with the 3.0 liter engine are known as NA1 models. Initially launched as a coupé, the NSX received its first major evolution for model year 1995 in the form of a Targa-like roof top, cars that have become known as the NA1 NSX-T.
The BMW 2002 Turbo was the high performance variant of the BMW 2002. Introduced for the 1974 model year, the 2002 Turbo was the first turbocharged model built by BMW. Not only an important model in the history of BMW, the 2002 Turbo has also become a collector classic, combining great looks with sporty and involved performance. These cars were powered by BMW's M31 engine, which was a turbocharged 2.0L version of the famed M10 inline four engine. This engine was available with a 4 or 5 speed manual transmission, with both gearboxes sending drive to the rear wheels. The BMW 2002 Turbo was built until 1975, with just 1,672 examples produced.
The Manual-equipped, Coupe version of the Porsche 911 Carrera (993) debuted for the 1994 model year. These sports cars were powered by a naturally aspirated 3.6L flat six engine that developed 268hp. From the 1996 model year, this engine was improved, now featuring an output of 281hp. Drive from the engine was sent to the rear wheels via a 6 speed manual transmission. A rare option known as the X51 was available on the Carrera, which included a larger and more powerful 3.8L flat six. Production of the Manual-equipped Porsche 911 Carrera (993) ended in 1997.
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