Yes, it’s Monday. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. As we roll into a new work week, grab a cup of joe (or bottle of water, scotch or whatever helps) and enjoy the top five most-liked classic car pics from Hagerty’s Instagram account over the last seven days.
1952 Pegaso Z-102 (6,268 likes)
Featuring an unusually large and bulbous rear window, this 1952 Pegaso Z-102 is the only survivor sporting the so-called “Cupula” coupe bodywork by coachbuilder Enasa. We admired it at the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance in March.
1967 Shelby GT500 (2,040)
Describing the 1967 Shelby GT500, Car and Driver magazine wrote: “Seven liters! Four hundred and twenty-eight cubic inches in a Mustang! We were expecting a cataclysm on wheels, the automotive equivalent of the end of the earth. We were pleasantly surprised to discover that the GT500 isn’t anything like that. … It’s a grown-up sports car for smooth touring.” This one was part of the National Corvette Museum’s recent “American Muscle – Hot Rods & Street Rods” exhibit.
1938 Graham Model 97 (1,762)
One of only two supercharged Graham Model 97 automobiles bodied by Saoutchik, this 1938 beauty features a shark-nose design up front and a single fin in the rear.
1974 BMW 3.0 CS (1,694)
The 1974 BMW 3.0 CS was expensive, starting at $11,740 – which adjusting for inflation is more than $60,000 in today’s economy – but the car featured elegant styling, quick acceleration and a refined running system.
1966 Plymouth Fury (1,409)
Plymouth’s full-sized Fury competed against the Ford Galaxie and Chevrolet Impala for a piece of the 1960s muscle car market. In 1966, engine options in the Plymouth Fury III ranged from a 225-cid six to 440-cid V-8.