Totally Redeem Yourself! 1965 Skat-Kitty

Like my varied and somewhat scattered list of favorite vehicles, I have a pretty eclectic list compiled for my favorite movies. Citizen Kane is my favorite movie and has been for the last three decades –… more»

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Preserved Commuter: 30K Mile Honda Civic

The fourth-generation Honda Civic was arguably the platform that put Honda on the map for good, eliminating any doubt that the Japanese company could build an impressively durable commuter car yet still deliver a highly engaging… more»

Mystery Pagoda — Less Than 15,000 Miles?

Imagine uncovering a 1971 Mercedes 280 SL in a garage to find it only has 14,600 miles! Great surprise, right? What I don’t understand is why the seller is excited enough to ask a super high… more»

Big Bimmer, Big Bucks: 1972 BMW Bavaria

How do you know when a higher price than you’re expecting is a sign that a car is increasing in value, and not just a sign that a seller doesn’t really want to get rid of… more»

Late-50s/Early-60s David Bradley Ice Scooter

Who’s ready for snow?! Guys? ¬†Ok, bear with me on this one. Any of you who are into powersports: motorcycles, minibikes, ATVs, snowmobiles, etc., you know that it’s usually the thing to do to work on… more»

Untouched Workhorse: 2,800 Mile Chevy S10

This Chevrolet S10 pickup is called a collector-grade vehicle by its seller, largely due to the low odometer reading of just 2,800 original miles. Although its a poverty-spec model with a four-cylinder, rear wheel drive and… more»

Never Drove It: 751-Mile Monte Carlo

Chevy’s Monte Carlo has often been subject to long periods of inactivity due to collector hoarding, but this sub-1,000 mile example is perhaps one of the lowest mileage cars for sale at the moment. Spotted by… more»

Mmm Mmm Mikado! 1978 Chevrolet LUV

The first-generation LUV (light utility vehicle) which was made for the 1972-1980 model years. It’s the purest iteration of the model, which ended in 1982 after Chevy came out with the S-10. This 1978 Chevrolet LUV… more»

High Options, Low Miles: One-Family 1975 Ford Torino Elite

When the United States began to crack down on bumper laws in the early 1970s, many cars did not wear the new look well. Most manufacturers slapped shock-absorbing bumpers onto pre-existing designs and accommodated for the… more»

Sweet Sun Valley: 1954 Mercury Monterey

You’ll need a hat on while driving this 1954 Mercury Monterey Sun Valley, unless you: a) have the factory sunshield in place. b) only drive it at night. c) don’t mind getting the top of your… more»

800 Original Miles: 1995 GMC Top Kick Moving Van

I know what you’re thinking: at first glance of the listing, you notice there’s only one picture. I too was a bit skeptical at first glance, but then I read the advertisement itself, and when I… more»

A Little Car that Could: 1936 Opel P4

There were many similarities¬†between the US and European car markets, but some things were very different. For example, there was a strong demand for a cheap, dependable car in both Europe and the US. In Germany,… more»

X’tra Long XL: 1984 Ford F-350 XL

The seller of this 1984 Ford F-350 XL lists it as being 21-feet long. Finally, a vehicle that’s longer than the ’66 Lincoln! I don’t see too many four-door pickups from this era around anymore, and… more»