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In the United States, unfortunately, these vehicles became illegal due to the 1988 Imported Vehicle Safety Compliance Act. Luckily, thanks to the NHTSA immunity for import vehicles over 25-years-old that passed in 1998, these cars are now purchasable but expensive.

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This car was introduced in 1969. It sold incredibly well and was acclaimed by the press. It used the L24 engine, a 2.4-liter inline-6 engine that produced 150hp and 146lb-ft of torque. It also was known for its sharp steering and good handling. On top of this, it was offering a reasonable price, compared to its competition.

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This was a specialized vehicle made for racing in South Africa. Essentially the manufacturer took the base model and jammed a V8 from a Camaro Z/28 under the hood. Only 100 of these were built.

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Introduced in 1964 as an option package for the F-85 and Cutlass, the manufacturer made this vehicle its own designated model from 1968 to 1971.

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