Some interesting four-door sports cars and exotic cars over the years. Ford Mustangs, Porsche 911s, Chevy Camaros, Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Cadillac Eldorados and much more

Four-door sports cars based on two-door coupes (even two-seaters) have always been intriguing.  Whether produced by automakers themselves or customized via cut-and-stretch methods by limousine builders, this classification of car represents a slightly rebellious nature.  For if two-door Ferraris and Mustangs are the establishment, then a four-door sedan version becomes distinctly anti-establishment.

In chronological order, a slideshow of some sedans that cast aside their mainstream boy-racer images for more mature ones…

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About Sean

Welcome to Classic Cars Today Online! We seek to explore the subject of classic vehicles from the 1950s through today. It is our belief that a car needn't be old to be respected and admired for graceful design, historical significance, and future value. As founder and Editor-In-Chief, I welcome contributions from you about your own car-related interests and ownership experiences. As far as myself, I've worked in the automotive service field and have been a contributor to Autoweek Magazine, The Star, Mercedes Enthusiast Magazine, Examiner.com and more. Currently, I'm a copywriter and own several foreign and domestic classic cars. In my spare time, you'll find me serving as Technical Editor and officer of several car clubs, being a concours car show judge, and meeting some great folks around the tri-state NY / NJ / Pennsylvania area at car shows. - Sean Connor
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