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Almost a year ago I traveled around China, it was 15 days of exciting adventures.

I was in Shanghai, Beijing, stormed the Great Wall of China, trampled on the largest square in the world, climbed the forbidden city and went to visit the emperor's summer residence, rose in grief, where the Avatar was filmed, ate all sorts of nasty things, in short, wherever I could not be worn .))) You can see this in more detail in my blog.

And today I decided to make a selection of the most interesting SHANGHAI AUTO MUSEUM cars.

You can see more details about the museum in my blog

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The Ferrari Testarossa (tɛstɑˈrɔsɑ) is a 12-cylinder mid-engined sports car from Ferrari. Produced since 1984, replacing the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer on the conveyor. Designed by the Pininfarina studio. The original Testarossa was produced from 1984 to 1991, after which it was modernized and renamed 512 TR (1991 - 1994) and F512 M (1994 - 1996). The Testarossa has become one of the most successful Ferrari models, with almost 10,000 units produced over the entire production period: 7177 Testarossas, 2280 512 TRs, and 500 F512 M.

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Dode Challenger convertible 1970 USA first generation Dodge Challenger is an iconic car manufactured by Dodge, owned by the Chrysler Corporation. It was intended to compete with the likes of the Chevrolet Camaro, Ford Mustang, Mercury Cougar, and Pontiac Firebird. The first-generation exterior design was designed by Carl Cameron, who also designed the Dodge Charger in 1966. Coupé models were offered in four variants: Challenger Six, Challenger V8, Challenger T / A (1970 only) and Challenger R / T. The Challenger R / T cabriolet versions were only available in 1970 and 1971. The Challenger Six version was equipped with a Slant 6 225 (3.7 l) six-cylinder engine. The Challenger V8 version was powered by a Chrysler LA 318 V8 (5.2 L) 230 hp engine. with a two-chamber carburetor.The Chrysler LA 340 V8 (5.6 L) and Chrysler B 383 V8 (6.3 L) were installed as options. The model was equipped with a standard 3-speed manual transmission, with the exception of the 383 V8 engine, which was only available with an automatic transmission. More powerful model Challenger R / T (Road / Track), with Chrysler 383 Magnum V8 engine, 335 hp. (300 hp from 1971 due to lower compression ratio). Additionally, the R / T was equipped with engines Chrysler RB 440 V8 Magnum (375 hp), Chrysler RB 440 V8 Six-Pack (390 hp) and Chrysler RB 426 V8 Hemi (425 hp).More powerful model Challenger R / T (Road / Track), with Chrysler 383 Magnum V8 engine, 335 hp. (300 hp from 1971 due to lower compression ratio). Additionally, the R / T was equipped with engines Chrysler RB 440 V8 Magnum (375 hp), Chrysler RB 440 V8 Six-Pack (390 hp) and Chrysler RB 426 V8 Hemi (425 hp).More powerful model Challenger R / T (Road / Track), with Chrysler 383 Magnum V8 engine, 335 hp. (300 hp from 1971 due to lower compression ratio). Additionally, the R / T was equipped with engines Chrysler RB 440 V8 Magnum (375 hp), Chrysler RB 440 V8 Six-Pack (390 hp) and Chrysler RB 426 V8 Hemi (425 hp).

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The Mercedes Benz 250SL 1968 Germany 250 SL was shown at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show. Production already began in December 1966 and ended in January 1968. The short production cycle of one year makes the 250 SL the rarest of the W 113 series.

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FERRARI BERLINETTA BOXER 1973–1984 For the first time, the mid-engined sports car Berlinetta Boxer, popularly nicknamed "BB", was introduced by Ferrari in 1971 in Turin as a replacement for the Daytona. It was a kind of response to the mid-engined layout in the Lamborghini chassis system, which it began using in 1965 in the Miura. The BB, powered by an all-new 4.4-liter 12-cylinder boxer engine modeled on the powertrains of the Formula 1 bolt-ons, ushers in a new era of mid-engined Ferraris. The technical characteristics of the Ferrari Berlinetta Boxer were quite impressive. The 350-horsepower unit allowed the car to accelerate to the 100-kilometer mark in 5.4 seconds, and its maximum acceleration speed was absolutely insane for that time - 303 km / h

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Oldsmobile 442 Sport Coupe 1967 USA Oldsmobile 442 was manufactured by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. It was introduced as an option package for the F-85 and Cutlass models sold in the United States beginning with the 1964 model year. The 442 name comes from the car's configuration: four carburetors, four-speed manual transmission and dual exhaust

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Jaguar E-Type Convertible 1964 GB Series 1 Jaguar E or XK-E is a sports car of the English company Jaguar, produced from 1961 to 1974. Combined an original appearance, high speed, good driving properties and was relatively inexpensive. It is considered one of the most beautiful and stylish cars in the world. He was very fast. In March 1961, journalists from The Motor managed to reach a speed of 150 mph (242 km / h) on it. Only supercars of that time Ferrari or Aston Martin drove with such speeds, but they were several times more expensive …

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Ford Thunderbird - also widely known by the abbreviation T-Bird, "T-Bird" - American rear-wheel drive luxury car with a "coupe" body, and in a number of generations - also "convertible" and "sedan", produced over the years by the Ford division of the company Ford Motor Company. The name of the model is borrowed from the mythology of the North American Indians, in some tribes of which the Thunderbird (mistakenly translated as petrel) is English. Thunderbird is the spirit of thunder, lightning and rain.

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Mazda Cosmo Sport L10A 1967 Japan Mazda Cosmo is the name of the world's first mass-produced car, powered by a rotary engine. Serial production of the two-seater sports coupe (dubbed 110S) with a rotary engine modified under license from the German company NSU began in 1967. In 1968, the reliability of a new type of engine was proven by the participation of two Cosmos in the 84-hour Nurburgring marathon. And although one of the cars left, the second finished in fourth place. Engine: 982cc 0810 (Series I) 110hp 982cc 0813 (Series II) 130hp Transmission: 4-speed manual

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Cadillac Eldorado 1955 USA The first generation Cadillac Eldorado is an American personal luxury car manufactured by the Cadillac division of GM as a model from 1953 to 2002. It was the flagship of Cadillac's two-door range, and one of the most expensive cars under the brand. The name Eldorado was derived from Spanish words.

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Maserati Ghibli 1970 The steel body of the Ghibli, which is characterized by a low, shark-shaped nose, was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro. Debuted at the 1966 Turin Motor Show. And he became the bestseller, selling better than the Ferrari Daytona and the Lamborghini Miura. The car was equipped with a 310 hp V8 engine. (230 kW). Acceleration to hundreds of 6.8 seconds, top speed 248 km / h Was available with either a five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission. Even by the standards of its time and class, the car consumes a lot of fuel, therefore it was equipped with two tanks of 50 liters each.

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The Porsche 356 is the first car from the famous German company Porsche. Fast and easy to drive - the two-door Porsche 356 was a rear-wheel-drive, rear-engined sports car, available in two configurations - a hardtop or a retractable top. Innovative development continued over the years, contributing to the success in motorsport and the growing popularity of the brand. Production began in 1948 in Gmünd, Austria, where about 50 machines were produced. In 1950 the factory was moved to Stuttgart, Germany; main production of the 356 lasted until April 1965, when it was replaced by the 911, introduced in the fall of 1963. According to rough estimates, about half of the 76,000 Porsche 356 cars produced are now preserved.

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The 1959 Pontiac Bonneville was a full-size car produced by the Pontiac division of General Motors from 1957 to 2005. It was introduced as a limited edition for the 1957 model year. Bonneville, and its co-platform Grand Ville, are the largest Pontiacs the company has ever built. In a Station Wagon, they reached just over 19 feet (5.8 m) in length, and were also some of the heaviest cars produced at the time (2300 kg). Engine: 389CID Tempest 420 300 hp V8 Transmission: 3-speed manual; Super Hydra-Matic Dimensions Wheelbase: (3150 mm) Length (5588 mm)

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Datsun 260z 1970 Sports car produced by Nissan Motors in Japan from 1969 to 1978. Designed by a team led by Yoshihiko Matsuo, head of Nissan's Sports Car Styling Studio Model had MacPherson strut independent suspension (borrowed from Datsun Laurel C30) and Chapman rear struts … The front brakes were disc brakes and the rear ones were drum brakes. In 1973, the carburetor was changed to accommodate carbon dioxide regulation, but the earlier carburettors outperformed the new ones. Due to its relatively low price compared to other foreign sports cars of the time (Jaguar, BMW, etc.), it became popular in the United States and was a great success for Nissan Motor Corp., which at the same time was selling Datsun 240z in North America,also expanded the concept of a Japanese car in a low price category

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Mercedes-Benz W198 (aka 300SL) - the first sports car of the West German brand Mercedes-Benz of the post-war period. The car was first shown at the 1954 New York Auto Show as a street version of the W194 race car. Initially, the car was produced only in a two-seater coupe with unique doors of the "Gull-wing" type. In 1957, an open version appeared - a roadster. The supercar Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 2011 model year is stylized under the Mercedes-Benz 300SL model. The powertrain of a car is one of its strengths. The inline 6-cylinder engine with a volume of 2996 cm³, deviated from vertical by 45 degrees, developed a maximum power of 215 hp. and was equipped with the world's first fuel injection system - central mechanical injection by Hans Scherenberg.The Mercedes-Benz 300SL gearbox was a 4-speed manual, the suspension of all wheels was independent, in recent years of production, front disc brakes were installed instead of drum brakes

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Chrysler 300C 1957 Aggressive huge alligator-like muzzle. The modern Chrysler 300C retains a similar style. Introduced in 1957, it features an aggressive front end and rear fins. The car was equipped with a Hemi engine (6.4 L) with 375 hp. from. (280 kW) and a very limited edition (290 kW) version with 390 hp. from. (18 built). A total of 1,918 coupes and 484 convertibles were produced. The cost was about $ 5000

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Buick Riviera Gran Sport 1965 USA The Riviera is the pinnacle of the Buick luxury coupé genre. The car was awarded with extravagant style and a colossal power reserve. The designers were tasked with combining the dynamics of Ferrari and the respectability of Rolls-Royce. The base engine was a 401 cc V8 with 325 hp, but for only $ 50 a 425 cc, developing 340 hp could be ordered. The engines were paired with a dual-band automatic transmission. The top speed was 125 mph.

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ALFA ROMEO GIULIA 1967 The Giulia Sprint GT Veloce was very similar to the previous Giulia Sprint GT. The engine underwent minor changes that added only 3 horsepower to the engine, but also significantly increased torque. For the first time, the Giulia Sprint GT Veloce had the same Dunlop disc brakes as the Giulia Sprint GT. Later models were replaced by ATE disc brakes, which first appeared on the GT 1300 Junior in 1966. The ATE brakes had an interesting and more efficient handbrake design on the rear wheels for which there were drum brakes inside the brake disc castings. A total of 14,240 Giulia Sprint GT Veloce were produced before production ended.

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Chrysler Town and Country Cabriolet 1948 A huge post-war car, a pile of wood and chrome. The base had a radio and even a cigarette lighter. A rare exhibit, about 8500 pieces were produced

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Lincoln Continental Mark II 1956 USAL The Lincoln Continental Mark II was a personal luxury car produced by the Continental Division of the Ford Motor Company in 1956 and 1957. Many car fans saw the Lincoln Continental Mark II as one of the classic cars of the post-war period. Less chrome was used in the car compared to other vehicles of the time. The car had power steering, brake booster, power windows, power seats, power air vents, and a tachometer. Most of the car was built by hand. Multiple coats of paint, hand sanding, double varnishing and polishing to perfection were applied to meet the standards.The engine for the Mark II was a 368 cubic inch (6.03 L) Lincoln V8 engine. In 1956, switching from the 285 hp engine (213 kW), in 1957 the engine was tuned to reach 300 hp. (224 kW). The engine was paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. In a 1956 test from Popular Mechanics, the Mark II recorded an average fuel consumption of 16.7 mpg at 50 mph.

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The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) is the first generation of General Motors' Chevrolet sports car, introduced at the end of the 1953 model year and produced until 1962. The Corvette entered production after enthusiastic public reaction to the concept car, but hopes for a new model were significant. degree unfulfilled. Reviews were modest and sales were significantly less than expected. The program was nearly canceled, but Chevrolet ended up staying with Harley Earl and the company further transformed the Corvette into a true world-class sports car.