10 cars that are 50 in 2024

Ford Mustang II-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: A smaller, fuel-efficient redesign in response to the oil crisis

Volkswagen Golf Mk1-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Transitioned VW to a front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout, becoming one of the best-selling cars ever.

Porsche 911 Turbo (930)-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Introduced turbocharging to the 911, celebrated for its performance and challenging handling.

Chevrolet Camaro (Second Generation Facelift)-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Received an aggressive front-end design and improved safety features

BMW 5 Series (E12)-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: The first generation set a standard for mid-size luxury sedans with sporty handling

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Mazda RX-4-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Featured Mazda's Wankel rotary engine, offering a unique driving experience in coupe, sedan, and wagon styles.

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Honda Civic (First Generation)-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Known for its reliability, fuel efficiency, and affordability, establishing Honda's global presence.

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Ferrari 308 GT4-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Designed by Bertone, the first production Ferrari with a V8 engine, breaking tradition

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Toyota Celica (Second Generation)-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Introduced a refined design and improved performance, available in coupe and liftback styles.

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Lamborghini Countach LP400-Introduction Year: 1974-Details: Iconic for its futuristic and aggressive design, featuring a powerful V12 engine

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