7 Cars That Looked Better in the 90s

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Cars, in general, are getting better looking. Even your run of the mill mom-mobile can be beautifully styled. However, there are a few instances where cars just looked better back in the 90s.

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Mazda RX 7

The Mazda RX8 has what one would call, subjective styling with it’s many curves and suicide doors. The RX7? Classically beautiful.
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BMW M5

When the new M5 body-style came along, it was met with the general dissatisfaction of enthusiasts, seen as too fat and round with it’s odd shark fin. The previous generation still has class and style.
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Mitsubishi Eclipse

The latest Eclipse is a bloated styling mess. The 90s version was simply elegant and timeless.
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Nissan 300ZX

The 350Z and 370Z are great driving cars, all be it cheaper looking versions of the Porsche 911. The 300ZX is sexy in its own right.
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Ferrari F355

While the 458 and 488 are aggressive and gorgeous, what proceeded them and succeeded the beautiful and timeless F355 were the fat, round and friendly looking 360 and F430.
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McLaren F1

McLaren’s latest car, the P1, pushes the limits of what a super car can be be. But before it came along, The McLaren F1 held the title of world’s fastest car. It had a steering wheel in the middle and an engine bay platted in gold.
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Nissan Skyline GTR

The latest Nissan supercar has lost the Skyline moniker. But the R35 will never be quite as stunning as the R34.
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