The 1970s were a golden age for vintage cars and the cars that they were based on.

    That’s why I’m proud to be a part of the new Polygon.

    We’ve been covering the past few years of the 70s for a couple of years now, and this is a big deal.

    From 1970 to 1976, cars were going through a period of rapid change and the ’70’s had a massive impact on cars.

    We can talk about the changes in styling of cars, but what we really want to talk about is the evolution of the cars themselves.

    The cars were evolving in terms of style and technology, and they were also changing their look and feel, from a straight-line, straight-edged look to more of a sports car.

    In fact, the ’50s, which are in the middle of the ’60s, are the best example of this evolution of cars.

    But what about cars in the 80s?

    What about the 80’s?

    What were the most revolutionary cars?

    How did they change?

    These were the golden years of cars for us to talk to and write about.

    In this article, we’ll talk about cars that were more than just cars that weren’t vintage.

    We’ll talk to the car people, as well as the engineers, designers, and technicians who built the cars.

    I’ll talk a little bit about the history of cars in general, and how it all started with the original Porsche 356.

    But this article isn’t all about cars.

    This is a celebration of cars from the 80 years until today, from the latest designs to the best examples of the brand that’s still around.

    So let’s get started.

    The 60s were really the golden age of cars In the late ’70’th, the mid-’70s, the automotive industry was in its infancy, and the first generation of cars were not yet designed.

    This was a time when most of the people working on cars were college students, or the older kids at school.

    These cars weren’t made for the masses, but for a very special class of people: the engineers.

    These were men who were making cars that would eventually be the foundations of the industry.

    They had a lot of experience, but they didn’t have much money.

    The first cars that came out of Europe were very much a novelty.

    They weren’t anything you could buy, they were only available to engineers, and some of them didn’t even have an engineer on staff.

    You had to be an engineer in order to make the car.

    And engineers had to have lots of money.

    As a result, a lot more people were getting into cars.

    So you had this huge wave of new car designs, like the Porsche 917.

    And Porsche was a company that had very little financial backing.

    That meant that it was able to make its cars, and that was the beginning of the “60s”.

    In the ’80s, Porsche had to do a lot to build its image.

    They wanted to make more affordable cars.

    And in a lot in Europe, Porsche was seen as a luxury brand, so the company tried to make as much money as possible, and started making more and more luxurious cars.

    One of the most popular models of the 80ies was the 914.

    This car was designed by a designer named Martin Reutlinger, who was the same guy who designed the 911.

    He was also the man who designed all the cars in Porsche’s original lineup.

    The 914 was a very high-end, luxurious, and very expensive car.

    It cost more than $10 million, but that’s the amount of money that Porsche made.

    But the idea behind the 915 was to make it more affordable.

    Porsche decided to make a new model called the 916, which was basically the same car, except that the 917 was built.

    Porsche went with a slightly more aggressive styling, but the 918 was still quite affordable.

    The fact that it cost $10-12 million was a big selling point for Porsche.

    It wasn’t a super-expensive car, but it was very appealing to a lot people.

    It was a super high-performance car, which made it a popular luxury car.

    The only drawback to the 919 was that it had a limited range of 300 miles.

    Porsche did this by changing the front axle of the car, and replacing the steering wheel with a joystick that controlled the front wheels.

    The car could be driven by a kid or a person who was younger, or it could be a person with a wheelchair.

    The engineers weren’t happy with the way the car was marketed, so they changed the name of the model to the Porsche 911.

    Porsche got a lot attention from the media, and Porsche also got a ton of press for this.

    But they also had a problem with the publicity.

    They needed a way to get their name out there.

    They decided to change their name to