The Dodge Custom 880 was in production from 1962 through to 1965 and the '64 has received a complete body change over previous years. This model did well for the Dodge Division that year, with 31,800 units produced, but fewer convertible versions. A seldom seen feature, unique to Mopar, is the dash mounted push button shift mechanism.
A British magazine, The Motor, tested an Austin Healey 3000 Mark II in late 1961 and recorded a top speed of 112.9 mph (181.7 km/h). The light weight roadster, with a cockpit style driver's seat, is powered by a 2912 cc (2.912 L) six cylinder engine coupled to a short throw, four speed standard transmission. The well engineered engine with overhead valves and twin SU carburetors can also do 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 10.9 seconds, The Austin Healey will get up to 24 miles per gallon or 12 L per 100 km under ideal conditions.
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The ninth generation of Ford trucks is produced from 1992 through 1996 and has been revamped to be more appealing to younger buyers. The hood line is lower to improve aerodynamics and the box is the same as the heavy duty F-350 dual wheeled truck, but has been adapted to fit the narrower framed F-150. There is a new power option offered in 1993- the 240 hp SVT Lightning, with more than 11,000 units produced from '93 through '95..