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Here's How Your Favorite Cars Evolved Through the Years

Awesome illustrations that will fill you with nostalgia
IMAGE Budget Direct
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Check out these really cool illustrations of car models that are still around today, and their evolution through the years. Executive editor Dinzo Tabamo is in touch with Luke Doyle, a digital PR executive from NeoMam Studios, and the latter shared these images with us.

What's the inspiration behind them? Their website states: "Some cars have managed to transcend that quagmire of meaninglessness, with names and models that have stood the test of time. These cars have become definitive and iconic and have remained in production for decades. These long-lived models also provide a fascinating insight into car design history, with each new generation being representative of the era in which it was created."

History? Check. Car design? Check. Illustrations? Check. Let's dive right in, shall we? 

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

My personal favorite is the Toyota Corolla DX with the quad headlamps. Can you spot it?

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

I have a thing for the first-generation Mustang. It's so cool that the coupe is depicted here.

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

My favorite has to be the sixth-generation XJ. Long, low, and wide.

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

We were told that seventh-gen JDM Minis are great value-for-money collectibles.

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

It has to be the '63 Stingray.

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

Gullwing. Period.

IMAGE: Budget Direct

IMAGE: Budget Direct

I can't decide between the EF or the EG. Hmmm.

For more stuff from our online friends, visit Budget Direct. Thanks for sharing these images with us, Luke.

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