, 2022-12-14 11:30:00,
The entire world perceives European vehicles as some of the finest machines ever made. From the groundbreaking Porsche cars of the early 1900s to the latest hybrid Ferraris, Europe is home to the most ingenious and exclusive cars on the planet. Even lukewarm brands such as Peugeot and Seat once blessed the car scene with outstanding vehicles.
It is true that brands such as Porsche and McLaren built some of the nicest cars in automotive history. In fact, there are several reasons why American cars are cheaper than European ones. When it comes to manufacturing large and meaty V8s, American carmakers tend to do it more skillfully. European carmakers designed several V8-powered cars over the decades that were simply garbage.
10/10 1961 Simca Vedette Chambord
First established in 1934, Simca originates from the land of stinky cheeses and baguettes. Set up by Italian automaker Fiat, Simca would be one of the few French car companies to maintain production during World War 2. Following the end of the war, Simca would go on to produce a plethora of iconic vehicles.
The Simca Vedette Chambord is not among the affordable classic European cars every self-respecting collector should buy. Although popular among collectors in parts of Europe and Brazil, the Vedette Chambord is a flat-out disappointment…
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