It’s A Gläser, Not A Speedster!

Confused yet? Me too! Shown here is a 1952 Porsche 356 Cabriolet built by Gläser. While the majority of bodies for 356’s were built by either Karmann Karrosserie or Reutter Karrosserie (now Recaro), a small handful of… more»

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A Great Start: 1971 Triumph TR6

Today marked my first day of a summer-long internship at a local British restoration shop that specializes in classic MGs and Triumphs. In honor of this, I present to you a seemingly complete 1971 Triumph TR6… more»

Super Pak: 1977 Dodge Aspen R/T

At times, I get a feeling that many Mopar guys see late-model cars as a means for a good engine and transmission to swap into their much more valuable cars. I am a personal fan of… more»

Very Expensive Jersey Looker: 1962 VW 23 Window

First off, I’d like to apologize for my absence of writing. My life has been a whirlwind, but I’m glad to be back, talking about cars. As many of you know, I am neck-deep in the… more»

1979 Pontiac Trans Am For $600!!

As you’ve probably figured out, this car isn’t pretty. Some might say it’s even a bit ugly. With a Buy it Now price of $600 though, this 1979 Flaming Chicken might not be a bad price… more»

1979 Ferrari 400 With Only 4k Miles!

Allow me to preface this post by saying this: I am by no means a Ferrari expert. It is my understanding that the late 70’s and early 80’s Ferrari’s are the redheaded stepchildren of Enzo’s exclusive… more»

4-stroke Swede: 1971 Saab 95 V4 Wagon

You’ll have to pardon me, I am not overly well-read on vintage Saabs. When I saw this car submitted, I jumped on the opportunity to do a write-up on the car. Early Saabs like this one here… more»

A family 4WD- 1979 Jeep Wagoneer

When I was 6 or 7 years old, I had a neighbor with one of these beasts parked in his driveway. It was blue/green with silver paneling. I remember playing around that car and occasionally, he… more»

UPDATE: James K’s 1966 Corvair Convertible

Recently, I asked Josh and Jesse to feature my 1966 Corvair Convertible, originally listed here. Since the original post, I have done the following work to the car: Re-installation of engine, oil change, adjustment of clutch, balanced… more»

Cool In Its Own Right: 1965 Corvair Sedan

As many of you probably know, I’m a Corvair nut. One general trend in the land of flat-sixes is the lack of love for “bloated whales”- the sport sedan Corvair. I, for one, like the longer… more»

Pre-War Survivor? 1928 Auburn Sedan

Yes, you read that right. This isn’t an Auburn-Cord. This is an Auburn, just an Auburn. This 1928 Auburn is located here on craigslist in Albany, New York with a price tag of $3,000. How can’t you… more»

Why, Oh Why? 1972 BMW 2002 Tii

Occasionally, a rare car pops up on Copart for auction that is worth a closer look. This 1972 BMW 2002 Tii is one example of such an oddity. Tii’s were unique – factory fuel injection made for… more»

Sunbaked Special: 1968 Corvair

I’m a little bit of a Corvair nut, to say the least. I’ve owned four of them, and if I’m lucky, I’ll be buying a fifth very shortly. 1968 Corvairs are one of the odd years… more»