ZX debuted in 1991. The model lasted on the conveyor for more than six years and enjoyed great success in Europe. The predecessor of the ZX, Citroen GS, was once very popular, so the company’s specialists had the task not to harm. The car was created with an eye on its predecessor. Even the sizes should have been the same. But in the end, the ZX turned out to be a completely new car, even outwardly not similar to the previous model.
The first ZX was released with a 5-door hatchback. At the end of 1992, a 3-door version appeared, and in November 1993, the ZX Break station wagon.
In July 1994, they restyled the model. It was simply necessary to eliminate structural and technological Continue reading
Fleetwood Metal Body was opened on April 1, 1909 in Fleetwood, PA. It was an independent bodybuilding company until it was acquired by Fisher Body, a division of General Motors. The company continued its activities until 1931, when all production facilities were transferred to Detroit.
The company Fleetwood Metal Body until 1909 has already established itself as a manufacturer of fine aluminum bodies. In those days, many well-known personalities from the USA and from foreign countries such as India, Japan, Poland addressed her orders.
Exclusive – that was exactly the word that attracted the rich. They purchased the engine, chassis and Continue reading
The 50th anniversary of the brand’s foundation, the exclusive Buick Skylark Convertible has been launched. The car was a deep modification of the Roadmaster with doors slightly “trimmed” in the upper part (why the waist line of the body has changed dramatically), an enlarged neckline of the rear wheel arches, but without a panoramic windshield. A new engine model for Buick was installed on Skylark – a five-liter V8 with a four-chamber carburetor, a compression ratio of 8.5: 1, which developed 188 horsepower. Acceleration to 100 km / h took about 12 seconds. The maximum speed is about 170 km / h. This model is recognized as one of the most collectible and expensive models in the history of Buick. Until the end of the 1953 season, quite a few anniversary cars were produced, 1,690 units. So the Buick Skylark of the next year, fifty-fourth, with its output Continue reading