The one thing that makes this MGB listed on eBay worth considering is the price of $1,500. The body looks straight. Perhaps it’s not rusty. The previous owner had installed a Ford V6. The current owner… more»
“The Cannibal chews up Tigers, Barracudas, Wildcats… the works.” At least that’s what the radio spot said when Brace Oldsmobile in Kansas City, Missouri attempted to drum up some extra 442 sales. There isn’t much information… more»
It’s not just the cars, it’s the stories. This is yet another, basket-case mid-year Corvette project car. I chose this one to write up because I empathize, I feel the guy’s pain.
What an interesting story there is behind this dusty Firebird. According to the seller’s description, this 1967 example is an untouched original that has just been titled for the first time. It was apparently a new… more»
This Javelin may not look like much today, but this was one heck of a car when it was new! Not only was it equipped with AMC’s largest engine option and the GO Package (which added… more»
Here’s another Iowa beauty: this is a 1982 Volkswagen Jetta two-door sedan and it’s a diesel! It’s in the city made famous by the movie, Music Man – Mason City, Iowa. It’s on Craigslist for a coo-coo… more»
This drop-dead gorgeous creature is a 1975 Chrysler Cordoba and it only has 55,000 original miles on it! It’s in Ankeny, Iowa, where I am right now, and is on Craigslist for $5,000.
Despite looking so futuristic, the Trimuter has actually been around for a long time. Originally offered through Mechanix Illustrated in plan and kit form, the current website for the designer/builder claims that over 30,000 sets of plans have been… more»
I’ll bet some of you have already started on your responses to my “typo” in the title. Actually, it’s correct! Versions of the famed Citroen 2CV that were manufactured in Argentina were called the 3CV–you can… more»
I sure love the style of this Buick Riviera! It’s claimed to be a one owner survivor that’s all original. If it is, it’s in amazing condition. The paint looks fantastic, the interior is beautiful and… more»
There is just something awesome about Airstream campers! Maybe it’s the shiny aluminum body or the neat interiors? I don’t, it could just be what they represent, the promise of adventure as you hit the open… more»
It’s amazing how much the Bel Air changed from 1957 to 1959! The design went from having flat sides to having wings and fins. Don’t get me wrong, I like both designs in their own way,… more»