Archive for March, 2011

11 Mar

1972 Ford F-100 pickup

Excellent examples of classic American trucks are all the rage in the collector car market these days. And why not? They’re simple, reliable, and can haul just about anything. And with modern trucks trending toward slab sides and plastic interiors, oldies like this Ford look even better, with two-tone paint and lots of stainless and […]


10 Mar

1960 Austin Healey Bugeye Sprite

Looking for a car with more character than performance? Don’t mind getting wet when it rains? Then a Bugeye is for you. These little Healeys feature only the most basic of conveniences, with small engines, no outside door handles, no trunk, and weather protection tacked on as an afterthought. And with a tiny little 4-cylinder […]


09 Mar

1957 Chevrolet Bel Air project

This may look like just your everyday ’57 Chevy project. But if you can see past the missing glass, the pile of stainless trim, the bare interior, and the multi-color primered body, you’ll see a resto-mod waiting to happen, with a complete C4 Corvette suspension and powertrain already installed. So while this may look like […]


08 Mar

1969 Ford Torino GT Talladega

When you think about NASCAR’s aero cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s, chances are you visualize the Plymouth Superbird and Dodge Daytona, with their sloped noses and huge rear wings. But Ford beat them both to it with its one-year-only 1969 Torino GT Talladega, which was designed and built with NASCAR’s super speedways […]


07 Mar

1973 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia

The seller says this 1973 Karmann Ghia convertible will need a little tuning, as it has been sitting a short while. But that’s probably OK, as VW reliability is legendary—a Beetle was shown starting after 200 years in a cave in the Woody Allen movie “Sleeper,” and as he says in the film, “They really […]


04 Mar

1943 Ford GPW Military Jeep

Jeeps like this one were among America’s first entries into the world of mechanized warfare, with bare-bones go-anywhere utility, and things have never been the same since. The seller of this ’43 Ford GPW says he bought it because he liked the patina, which is “hard to find,” as military vehicles tend to get restored […]


03 Mar

1968 Oldsmobile Toronado

Oldsmobile stepped out onto a limb in 1966 with its Toronado— the company’s first mass-produced front-wheel drive car. But it was stylish, ruggedly built, and featured decent performance from its 425-ci V8 (or 455-ci V8, starting in ’68). And although they were groundbreaking when new, today these cars an acquired taste, as most American car […]


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