7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

Beautiful, exclusive and expensive are the elements common to these cars manufactured in the now distant decade of the 60s of last century, setting trends and styles in the motor industry.

A supercar is a term used to describe sports cars high performance. First used to describe the Lamborghini Miura by the editor of the popular magazine CAR Magazine John Kensell Setright.

It is fast, exclusive and of course very expensive cars. Fastest Car guys have done this interesting ranking of the seven super cars 60' Top of the last century and found that age joyitas undoubtedly are already more than classic cars that will survive, marked trends the motor world and whose beauty transcends time. Enjoy them.

1968 Lamborghini Miura P400S 1.-

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

Named in honor of our majestic bulls, he is considered one of the most beautiful super cars ever built and with which began the era of called super cars.

Weighing 1,245 kilos, the core engine 12 cylinder V delivers 370 hp, a maximum speed of 282 kph. And an output from 0 to 100 kph. In 6.0 seconds.

He Lamborghini Miura P400S also called Miura S was a pioneer among sports cars and mid-engined two-seater. A total of 338 units were built between 1968 and 1971

2. Ferrari 250 GTO 1962

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

He 250 GTO designed and built for car competitions GT (Gran Turismo). Based on the legendary Ferrari 250 GT SWB and with the same 3.0 liter V12 Testarrosa 250, when it was presented to the press was christened the Testarrosa roofed.

Its 3.0-liter engine V12 delivers 296 horses that allow a maximum speed of 279 kph. And an output from 0 to 100 kph. In 6.2 seconds. The total weight of the car is 1,043 kilos.

Only 39 units 250 GTO They were built and interested in having one should be subject to prior approval by Enzo Ferrari in person. Its value at that time was 18 thousand dollars. Currently if any of them subastase price would exceed 8 million euros.

 3. Ford GT40 Mark I 1965

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

Weighing 908 kilos. Central V8 4.6-liter engine delivers 335 hp to reach a maximum speed 263 kph. And an output from 0 to 100 kph. in 5.3 seconds.

Production began in late 1965 its mission was not to become a road car, but beat the Ferrari in Le Mans and Ford, manufacturer succeeded, winning four times the Italians in this circuit. The racing version of the GT40 He could deliver up to 380 horsepower.

A total of 85 Ford GT40 They were produced in 1965 and sold at a price of 17 thousand dollars of the time. Recently one of these models produced in 1966 was sold two million euros.

4. Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale 1968

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

 The first saw the light in 1967, it is based on the racing version of the Alfa Romeo T33. Designed by Franco Scaglione and built by Carrozzeria Marazzi the Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale It is an exclusive and almost unique model par excellence, since only 18 of them were produced and the price at that time was 17 thousand dollars when an average car cost 2,822 times.

He Alfa 33 Stradale It was the first car to use the gates type butterfly wings and its engine could reach the limit of 10,000 rpm. It was a centrally mounted V8 two-liter delivering 230 horses and 270 street version of horses racing version. Left 0 to 100 kph. in 5.5 seconds, its top speed was 260 kph. and its weight was only 700 kilos.

 5.- Jaguar E-Type (Series 1) 1964

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

Equipped with a powerful six-cylinder engine in line 265 delivering horses, he had a top speed of 241 kph. and a 0 to 100 in 8 seconds. His weight; 1,361 kilos

This coupe was available in several versions: hardtop, some with removable hardtop and a version 2 + 2 1966-

It was manufactured from 1961 to 1975, with over 70,000 units sold in the Jaguar E-type, It is recognized as one of the great icons of the British motor industry in those years.

Anecdotally it should be noted that when he left the market, Enzo Ferrari, the Maranello powerful man referred to this car as "the most beautiful car ever made".

6. Aston Martin DB5 1965

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

Elegant where you look, a total of 1,021 Aston Martin DB5 were built between 1963 and 1965 at a time when, having left the world of competition, Aston Martin He needed new ways to promote their cars that got done with Sean Connery James Bond characterize driving one in the film Goldfinger

Such was the success of the film and the car union image that lingers until today was generated.

A front engine inline six gave 282 horses, carrying the Aston Martin DB5 up to 233 kph. after leaving 0 and reach 100 in 7.1 seconds, with a weight of 1,633 kilos.

7. 427 1965 AC Shelby

7 Super sports cars of the 60s, beautiful and immortal

A total weight of 1,147 kilos and a powerful engine 7.0 liter V8 gave 410 horses this classic, which could reach 265 kph. and a 0 to 100 in 4.2 seconds.

He AC Cobra 427 built by Shelby It represents the brute force of American cars of a time when consumption did not matter. Designed to subdue another icon of the moment, the Chevrolet Corvette, he succeeded thanks to its performance and lower weight (227 kilos less). Currently a model of originals AC Shelby It is in the market between 200,000 and 500,000 dollars.

Its classic design is still maintained and every year numerous aftershocks are built. Even Shelby America is still creating its own version of AC 427