1964 Aston Martin DB5

The DB5 is one of, if not the most famous James Bond car of all time.

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1964 Aston Martin DB5

About a dozen DB5s were converted to shooting brakes by coachbuilder Harold Radford.

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1964 Chevrolet Chevelle

1964 marked the first year of production for the Chevelle, which was built to compete with the Ford Fairlane.

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1964 Chevrolet Chevelle

A two-door station wagon Chevelle was available early on, but sadly, I couldn't find a good picture of one.

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1964 Chevrolet Corvair

The Corvair was one of Chevrolet's "thrift" cars, built for those looking for cheap wheels.

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1964 Chevrolet Corvair

Its independent suspension used coil springs at all four corners, similar to some European cars of that era.

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1964 Chevrolet Corvette

The Corvette doesn't need any introduction -- it's the damn Corvette, for crying out loud.

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1964 Chevrolet Corvette

By 1964, the Corvette was already in its second generation, bringing with it the Sting Ray badge that reappeared on the latest generation.

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1964 Ferrari 250 GTO

Ferrari built only a few examples of the 250 GTO so that it could be used in racing, a process called homologation.

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1964 Ferrari 250 GTO

These days, if you want a 250 GTO of your own, expect to pay tens of millions of dollars for the honor.

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1964 Ford Galaxie

1964 marked the last year of the Galaxie's second generation.

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1964 Ford Galaxie

The exterior was tweaked for 1964, so that it could perform better in Nascar races.

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1964.5 Ford Mustang

Again, like the Corvette, there's no need to introduce the Mustang.

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1964.5 Ford Mustang

Much of the car's underpinnings came from Ford's Falcon and Fairlane vehicles.

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1964 Jaguar E-Type

The Jaguar E-Type might be one of the most beautiful cars ever built.

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1964 Jaguar E-Type

Jaguar capitalized on the respect for its E-Type when it launched the F-Type sports car in the 2010s.

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1964 Panhard 24

The Panhard 24 is a French car, considered the brand's swan song before it started focusing on military vehicles.

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1964 Panhard 24

If you think it looks a bit like a Citroën, you'd be right -- Citroën had a decently large holding in Panhard's autos enterprise.

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1964 Plymouth Barracuda

1964 also marked the first year of the Plymouth Barracuda, itself based on the Valiant.

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1964 Plymouth Barracuda

The first-generation 'Cuda was only available as a fastback coupe, but convertible and notchback variants appeared in its second generation.

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1964 Pontiac Bonneville

1964 was the end of the Bonneville's third generation.

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1964 Pontiac Bonneville

During this time, it remained Pontiac's most expensive and most luxurious vehicle.

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1964 Pontiac GTO

The GTO is yet another car on this list that's earned its spot in the Sports Car Hall of Fame, a thing that I just made up.

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1964 Pontiac GTO

The Pontiac GTO was originally a hopped-up options package for the Pontiac Tempest.

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1964 Porsche 911

The ubiquitous rear-engined sports car made its debut in 1964, as the follow up to the also-lauded 356.

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1964 Porsche 911

This one just squeaked its way onto the list, having started production in September 1964, just ahead of the Cleveland Browns' victory in December.

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1964 Studebaker Avanti

While you might be able to find a new Studebaker Avanti in 1964, it would be a tough thing to wrangle up.

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1964 Studebaker Avanti

Fewer than 4,600 Avantis were produced in 1963, and the factory closed its doors in December of that year.

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1964 Sunbeam Tiger

The Sunbeam Tiger might not look that crazy, but it's actually the hopped-up, V-8-toting variant of the Sunbeam Alpine.

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1964 Sunbeam Tiger

It was designed in part by Carroll Shelby, who also famously shoved a V-8 into the AC Cobra.

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