11 Apr

1977 Porsche 930

Is a regular Porsche 911SC just too subdued for you? Want something that’ll pin you to your seat and scare your passengers? Early 930s are among the most explosively powerful Porsches ever built, with a freight train of turbo boost that comes on just about the time you pass the legal speed limit. This 930 […]

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08 Apr

1954 Chevrolet Corvette roadster

America’s first sports car wasn’t all that sporty. But if image is more important to you than all-out performance, then you should be looking at an early Corvette. These cars were initially built with a yawning straight six and two-speed automatic transmission, but their styling is unmistakable—a car like this will get you noticed just […]

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07 Apr

1955 Aston Martin DB2/4

Do you like your cars classy, sophisticated, and debonair?  Do you have time and resources to take on a massive project? Aston Martins are inherently stylish, even after wasting away for 20 years in a garage.  This DB2/4 is already stateside, claimed to have a clear title, and a VIN is given for buyers interested […]

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06 Apr

1975 Mazda Pickup

Want a classic pickup that’ll stand out from the crowd? Interested in mind-blowing high-rpm shifts rather than low-end grunt? Like the sound of angry bees?  Then a Mazda Rotary pickup is the vehicle for you. They’re the first and only Wankel-engine pickups ever produced.  And in case anyone is curious about the mill under your […]

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05 Apr

1977 Fiat 500

Want to own the cutest car on your block? How about the whole neighborhood? This Fiat 500 estate could be just the thing for you. This example comes imported from Italy, brought from Naples by the seller. The two-cylinder 500cc engine is laid flat to create a flat loading surface in the rear, and the […]

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04 Apr

1971 Buick GS 455 Stage 1

When you think muscle, you probably don’t think Buick. But although the company may be best known for building cushy rides for your grandparents, they also built some of GM’s most powerful muscle cars of the 1970s. The GS 455 was rated at over 510 pound-feet of torque in 1970—more than even the halo LS6 […]

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01 Apr

1968 Chevelle Nomad wagon

If you’re in the market for a stock, un-customized grocery-getter wagon, this ’68 Chevelle Nomad looks like a great find—most of these vintage wagons were either used up by teenage drivers back in the day, or more recently tinted, lowered, and fitted with monstrous oversized chrome rims. The seller of this car thinks the mileage […]

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