16 May 2016

Instagram Jump Start: Check out the tail on this Pegaso

Yes, it’s Monday. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. As we roll into a new work week, grab a cup of joe (or bottle of water, scotch or whatever helps) and enjoy the top five most-liked classic car pics from Hagerty’s Instagram account over the last seven days.

  1. 1952 Pegaso Z-102 (6,268 likes)
    Featuring an unusually large and bulbous rear window, this 1952 Pegaso Z-102 is the only survivor sporting the so-called “Cupula” coupe bodywork by coachbuilder Enasa. We admired it at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in March.1952 Pegaso Z-102

  2. 1967 Shelby GT500 (2,040)
    Describing the 1967 Shelby GT500, Car and Driver magazine wrote: “Seven liters! Four hundred and twenty-eight cubic inches in a Mustang! We were expecting a cataclysm on wheels, the automotive equivalent of the end of the earth. We were pleasantly surprised to discover that the GT500 isn’t anything like that. … It’s a grown-up sports car for smooth touring.” This one was part of the National Corvette Museum’s recent “American Muscle – Hot Rods & Street Rods” exhibit.1967 Shelby GT500

  3. 1938 Graham Model 97 (1,762)
    One of only two supercharged Graham Model 97 automobiles bodied by Saoutchik, this 1938 beauty features a shark-nose design up front and a single fin in the rear.1938 Graham Model 97

  4. 1974 BMW 3.0 CS (1,694)
    The 1974 BMW 3.0 CS was expensive, starting at $11,740 – which adjusting for inflation is more than $60,000 in today’s economy – but the car featured elegant styling, quick acceleration and a refined running system.1974 BMW 3.0 CS

  5. 1966 Plymouth Fury (1,409)
    Plymouth’s full-sized Fury competed against the Ford Galaxie and Chevrolet Impala for a piece of the 1960s muscle car market. In 1966, engine options in the Plymouth Fury III ranged from a 225-cid six to 440-cid V-8.1966 Plymouth Fury

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