Tag: collector car

12 Jul

1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider

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Maybe you’re a rank and file member of the Alfisti and want something to work on for next year’s show circuit. Or perhaps you want to break into that corner of the car collector’s market with a good start and some elbow grease. Either way, this 1956 Alfa Romeo Giulietta could be just the car […]

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11 Jul

1939 GM Futurliner

The Futurliner was born from the genius of Harley Earl, with the sole intent of touring around the country to promote GM products and engineering.  And for those with sufficiently deep pockets and a need to stand out, this one could be yours—it would be difficult to be upstaged by anyone when you’re driving around […]

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08 Jul

1950 Ford F-1 Custom Pickup

This truck would be perfect for a weekend drag racer. It features a 393-ci Windsor V8 with an 11.5:1 compression ratio, a Race Demon 750 4-bbl carburetor, headers, a 2500-rpm stall converter, a digital instrument panel, and a custom fuel cell. To handle a build like this, the frame rails were boxed and the bed […]

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07 Jul

1964 Dodge Polara 500

In the market for a barn-fresh 1960s Super Stock Mopar? Today’s your day. This 1964 Polara, known as the “Night Prowler,” spent the last 30 years in a barn, and is said to be rust-free and ready for a restoration. The seller suggests that the car could have been an original Wedge, but the factory […]

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06 Jul

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

First-generation Camaro hierarchy is well defined. The base models make up the majority of the market, then comes Rally Sports, Super Sports, Z/28s, COPO/Yenko/Motion/etc., and finally ZL-1s.  Originality is often the key to higher values, and this Z/28 has to be among the most original around. According to the seller, “All of the Z/28’s past […]

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05 Jul

1984 Mazda RX-7

First generation RX-7s, like this 1984 model, have developed a cult-like following. Their Wankel rotary engines spin to incredibly high rpms,  and decent handling makes them fun drivers. And best of all, you don’t have to spend a lot to get a good example. A large number of earlier RX-7s were run into the ground […]

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04 Jul

Happy July 4th: Five American cars that changed the US auto industry

  1915 Ford Model T The Ford Model T had been available for several years, but in 1915 it crossed the affordability barrier. Its price dropped from $850 in 1908 to $440 in 1915 (about $12k in today’s money). At that price the average worker could now afford a car and Ford sold a half […]

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