the cars of the 60s were mainly muscle cars but there were more like the Volkswagen's, Oldsmobile's, sedan, and pickup trucks.
Cars were, for the most part larger and less fuel efficent than they are today. There were a few small cars but they did not sell well. The late 60s was considered the Muscle Car era.
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they got cooler
The 1960s used a lot of cars.
It's entirely a matter of your own opinion! Different people look for different things in a car, it's up to the individual to decide for the themselves- objectively there is no 'best' or 'worst'.
Coronet Cars Ltd 1957-1960 is the only manufacture from the 60s that starts with a C.
The ones I know of are the 60s Ford Thunderbird & Lincoln and the Oldsmobile 442.
yes and no the old sedans were over 5000 pounds now days its around 3000 to 4000 pounds with sedans but trucks like doulies weigh much more than the 60s and 70s trucks
The bolt pattern is 5 on 4 3/4. So just about any GM RWD car from the 60s to the 90s will fit. Except of course FWD cars and the 60s big cars. They had 5 on 5.
Most cars were under £1000, for the average runabout. A mini in the 60's cost £850, or roughly £1 per cc.
"Boat" is a term generally used for older full-size cars, namely from the 60s and 70s.