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Top 5: Classic Cars

No. 1: Supra Mk 4
The Supra Mk 4 has been proven to have one of the best motors of its time with lots of modification and tuning options and an immense amount of horsepower, most would refer to this car as being over-engineered. This supra has such a sleek design and stands as one of the more rare cars to find out on the road.
No. 2: Porsche 911 (1978-1983)
The Porsche 911 is one of the most unique classic cars ever made, and its overall design is still used today when engineering the newer 911 models. Alongside this, the 911 stands as a great sports car, with just the right amount of luxury and performance all put into a well-designed package.
No. 3: Ferrari Testarossa
While it may not be able to out-perform the top two classics on this list, the Ferrari Testarossa stands as a strong competitor, both performance-wise as well as on an appearance standpoint. When it comes to its design, this car has one of the sleekest frames on the market and stands as one of the rarest cars to find on the market.
No. 4: 1967 Chevy Impala
The Chevy Impala, like many of the cars on this list, has a unique design with its popular Coke bottle styling, luxurious interior, and safety features, marking it as one of the most influential cars in American car culture. Alongside this, for its time, the impala offered a diverse range of engine options and while it may not be the fastest car, has a sense of charm unmatched by many other classics.
No. 5: Mercedes-Benz 300 SL (1955-1957)
The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL stands as the most vintage car on this list, holding an extreme rarity on the market with a unique design and rich history. Many classic car enthusiasts would regard this model as a brilliant example of prime automotive engineering, and even while it may be older, it is capable of reaching speeds up to 163 mph, which is a substantial amount for such a classic car.

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Daron Nelson
Daron Nelson, Staff Writer
Daron Nelson is a photographer & cinematography director in Production Management, with a lot of experience with freelance photography & video work as well as theater production. Daron is also a part of the water polo team, band and volleyball team, with this year being his senior year here at Bear River.
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    Erin BeatieMay 8, 2024 at 12:56 am

    Not a 1973 Corvette Stingray?! Bummer.