10 Things We Miss About 1970s Cars

Features we miss from cars of old

opera window 1970s car
One of the hallmarks of 1970s automotive design is the “opera window”, a small window usually found on two-door coupes, separated from the front windows by a thick b-pillar. It gave passengers a sense of luxury or claustrophobia, sometimes both, but they always complimented the cars’ luxury appearance, even on cheaper ones like the Chevrolet Monte Carlo.