C1 Corvette is the first generation of the world renown Chevrolet Corvette family. It was first introduced in 1953 and ended its production in 1962. The idea of creating this car originated in 1951 by Harley Earl, who was the GM's head of Styling department. He convinced GM to build this American two-seat sports car to capture the US market. The original engine equipped on this car was a 3.85L inline six which can output 150HP.
First generation Dodge Viper was built between 1991-1995. The RT/10 Roadster hit the market back in January 1992. With a bit of help from Lamborghini on the design of its V10 engine, the Viper was capable of pushing out 4000 hp at 4,600 rpm and 465 ft-lb at 3,600 rpm. Which is lighting fast at the time and can do 0-100 in just 4.2 seconds. However the car is notorious tricky to drive with high speed, which means a skilled operator is required to tame the beast.
The second generation Dodge Viper was manufactured between 1996 and 2002. It has become an icon in motorsport representing the American big-displacement natural aspirated engine. Its absolutely monstrous 8.0-Liter V10 engine produces 450 horsepower and 490 lb-ft torque. After almost 20 years of its initial release, a second generation Viper in good condition has become hard to find.
This is a special 1959 Volkswagen Beetle build. The original Beetle has a loyal and enthusiastic community who are passionate about restoring and modifying it to its old days glory. Fun fact that some say the root of the modern day Porsche 911 can also be traced back to when the Beetle was created by Ferdinand Porsche. With a horizontally opposed, air-cooled flat four-cylinder engine positioned behind the rear axel, the Beetle was putting out 36 horse power at the time.