06 May

1947 Packard Custom Clipper Super 8

Have you ever wanted your own “best-in-show” car without the hassle of taking on a high-end restoration?  This 1947 Packard Custom Super Clipper 8 Series 2106 club sedan could just be the ticket for you. It certainly has the pedigree. The owner says it won first place for five years in Packard International and SC […]


05 May

1948 Ford F-1 Pickup

Under a heavy layer of grime and dust, this barn-find pickup still wears the hand-painted graphics of an old-timey New Jersey repair shop. It also wears 31 years of work-truck patina, as that’s how old it was in 1979 when it went into a storage container. Now there is rust in the fenders, and the […]


04 May

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

Want to roast tires with big-block Chevy iron?  What better way than with 396 cubic inches mated to a Muncie 4-speed? However, given that this 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS is described by the seller as being “show quality,” you might want to ease up and make sure you don’t fling any debris up into the […]


03 May

1979 Subaru BRAT

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Does it have jump seats? That’s the first question you need to ask when it comes to a Subaru BRAT. This one absolutely does. And although jump seats seems like a sort of obvious “why didn’t they think of this sooner?” feature, Subaru actually only fitted them to U.S.-bound BRATs. By adding two more seats, […]


02 May

1948 Harley-Davidson FL Panhead

With hydraulic lifters – the FL Panhead is the bike that launched Harley-Davison as a leader in post-war America. Their first post-World War II bike got the nickname Panhead from its two roasting pan shaped rocker covers. Aluminum cylinder heads were yet one more innovative design improvement made on the Panhead. In addition to being […]


02 May

1969 Opel GT

In the market for a pint-sized sports car with Corvette looks? The Opel GT was built over six model years starting in 1968, and its swoopy lines look a lot like those of the C3 Corvette—only at about a two-thirds scale. Perfect for that garage where a full-size Vette just won’t fit. This particular GT […]


29 Apr

1977 Maserati Khamsin

Looking for an Italian exotic to stand out from those cookie cutter ’70s and ’80s Ferraris and Lamborghinis? The Khamsin was designed by famed coachbuilder Bertone, and featured a 4.9-liter V8 making 320 hp. Only 421 were built, and fewer than 160 were sold in the U.S., so you’re not going to see them everywhere. […]


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