Archive for September, 2011

30 Sep

1965 Ford Mustang

In the market for a great first-time collector car? You should be looking for an original Mustang. Not only will a good example get you a lot of attention out on the road, they’re also super simple overall, which means they’re inexpensive to fix when things go wrong. And thanks to the Mustang’s continued popularity, […]


29 Sep

1974 Jensen-Healey

Looking for a wintertime project? If you’ve got a thing for vintage British cars and need something to keep you busy while the snow is falling, this 1974 Jensen-Healey convertible could be just the project for you. The seller says this car’s Lotus-built 2.0L dual-overhead cam engine does not leak any oil. The dual Zenith […]


28 Sep

1968 Dodge Dart GT

This Dart GT has reportedly been in the same family since it was purchased in 1968. The seller claims the motor has only covered 45k miles, and thanks to the unkillable nature of the Chrysler slant 6, this looks like it could be a car with a whole lot of miles left—and a bit of […]


27 Sep

1959 Aston Martin DB Mk III

This 1959 DB Mk III has been completely restored, and it won second place in its 1958-1961 Peer Group at the recent Fairfield County Concours d’Elegance on September 18, 2011. This car’s interior features new Connolly hides and new Wilton woll carpets. Elsewhere, NOS parts were used when available, and the car comes with its […]


26 Sep

1934 Ford Hot Rod Pickup

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Fords from the 1930s are among the most popular vehicles around to customize, probably because they were—at one point—the most common cars around.  This 1934 Ford pickup has been chopped, dropped, and channeled, all of which give it that perfect hot rod look.  And in true hot rodding fashion, the parts used in its build […]


23 Sep

1952 MG TD roadster

The TD was MG’s first post-war design, and it was a big hit here in the states, especially with WWII GIs who had become accustomed to the feel of small English sports cars while overseas. But the TD’s 54-hp mill wasn’t exactly a hot ticket compared to other cars on American highways, and that only […]


22 Sep

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

Of all the third-generation Corvettes, built from 1968 through 1982, cars from 1970 are among the most desirable. Thanks to a strike at the GM plant, Corvette production was limited to just over 17,000 units that year. While that may not seem like a small number, time and attrition has thinned the herd, and that […]


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