Archive for 2010

31 Dec

1952 Bentley Mk VI Saloon

It is one thing to keep records of a vehicle’s service history, but it’s entirely another case when that history spans 58 years and 123,000 miles. That is just what this Bentley Mk VI is said to have: every service record since 1952. This southern California car is quite rare in that it features left-hand […]

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30 Dec

1960 Fiat 1100 wagon

For fans of the quirky, uncommon, and just plain cute, we present this Fiat 1100 wagon. Its motor has been recently repaired according to the seller, and perhaps more importantly, given the era from which this vehicle comes from, there is said to be no rust on the body or chassis. “All it really needs […]

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29 Dec

1979 International Harvester Scout II

“This truck is ready for the Friday night cruise or the Saturday trail ride,” states the seller. An upgraded stereo system and burnt orange paint may help with the Friday night scene, but the fun really happens off-road. The 304-ci Scouts have 243 pound feet of torque at a low 2,400 rpm from the factory. […]

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28 Dec

1973 Cadillac Eldorado convertible

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Measuring in at nearly 19 feet long, this massive piece of Detroit iron features 500 cubic inches of Cadillac power, Dynasty Red paint, and a top that goes down.  It’s said to be a 30,000-mile original with documentation and lots of options, including a power top, power windows, power locks, cruise control, and leather seating—everything […]

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27 Dec

Project: 1969 Dodge Charger

Second-generation Chargers are extremely popular in the muscle car world. This one has some obvious needs, but it looks solid enough to be a good foundation for a restoration or customization. The seller notes a couple of small holes in the floor pan and trunk as well as a rough driver’s side quarter panel, but […]

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24 Dec

1960 Porsche 356 B Coupe

The seller of this numbers-matching 1960 356 reports that the car has been completely restored both mechanically and cosmetically. It features a “fresh motor, transaxle, four-corner suspension, and brakes,” as well as an “all new proper interior, with carpet, seats, headliner, and door panels.” The bare metal repaint is heartening, since rust is the number-one […]

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23 Dec

1913 Buick Model 24

Here’s an interesting piece of history—an operable pre-WWI Buick.  The seller states, “If you are looking for a fun, brass-era touring car at an entry-level price, here is your chance.”  Genuine wood spokes, right-hand drive, and an eye-catching profile are all part of this particular car’s package. The seller says it has a touring car […]

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