Incomplete Package: 1965 Porsche 356 SC Cabriolet

Given how many storage containers I spot on a regular basis, it amazes me how many of them seem to have collector cars hiding inside. I mean,… more»

Marilyn Monroe’s 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Seville

While some automotive finds offer an interesting history, this ’59 Eldorado Seville offers an incredible history tied to Marilyn Monroe, Joe Dimaggio, and even George Barris! Joe… more»

15K Original Miles: 1993 Mazda Miata

Low-mileage Miatas are not unheard of, but given how many were made, it’s surprising not to see more time-capsules like this 15,000-mile example. This beautiful car is… more»

Professor’s Pony: 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

At the time of this writing bidding for this ’68 GT Fastback, available here on eBay, is at $25,400.  The seller’s reserve price hasn’t been met but… more»

1 of 48! 1968 Mercury Cougar 428 Cobra Jet 4-Speed

If you awoke this morning hoping to find one of the 127 specimens of 428 Cobra-Jet equipped Cougar from 1968, tears of joy may obscure your view… more»

1 Of 1,500: 1971 International Scout Comanche

International-Harvester wasn’t immune to the trend of special edition models, most of them being nothing more than graphics and decals. This 1971 International Scout Comanche is one… more»

Last Super Sport: 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle SS

When you think of a Super Sport Chevelle it’s likely that you don’t imagine a 1973 model year. Many muscle car enthusiasts may even think that the Chevelle… more»

Tow Mater: 1964 Ford F100

The movie “Cars” was a massive box office success, and since its release in 2006, it has spawned a number of clones of the characters from the… more»

Worth Restoring: 1962 Mercedes-Benz 220SE Cabriolet

Along with the 600 limousine, the W111 and W112 cabriolets are among the most highly valued Mercedes-Benzes of the 1960s, and for a good, very simple reason:… more»

Soft Roader: 1977 Renault Rodeo 6

Renault has made some curious vehicles over the years, and this one is right up there with the best of them: an “off-road” vehicle known as the… more»

1970 AAR Plymouth ‘Cuda Project Car

Plymouth decided to go Trans-Am racing in 1970; one of the results is this AAR ‘Cuda listed for sale here on eBay. AAR stands for All American… more»

Motor Still Turns: 1967 Honda Dream

The Honda Dream was among the freshmen class of Japanese motorcycles that began arriving in the U.S. as part of the company’s first large-scale exportation efforts. While… more»

Air-Cooled Mutant: 1980 Porsche 911 SC

While I’ve never been a fan of 911s that are converted to look like later models, this 1980 911 SC is doing a solid job at imitating… more»

Mint Condition Minivan: 1988 Dodge Caravan LE

To call the Dodge Caravan iconic is hardly an overstatement; there’s even one in the Smithsonian! This once ubiquitous minivan ushered in a whole new class of… more»

All-Original V12 1982 Ferrari 400I Four-Seater

Owning a Ferrari with four seats seems incredibly altruistic. What a practical way to share an awesome driving —and riding– experience with more than one of your… more»

Stock Unicorn: 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R

A few months ago, a survivor-grade example of Nissan’s hotted-up FWD Sentra – otherwise known as the SE-R – crossed the auction block and reminded enthusiasts how… more»

Really Solid: 1973 Plymouth Road Runner

When it comes to nicely styled cars, I personally rate the 1973 Road Runner quite highly….and I have to say that I really like this one. It… more»

Full Restoration Required: 1948 Ford Woody

This Ford Woody hails from the last year of production of a Ford model line that could be traced back to 1941. This Woody doesn’t look to… more»

Fourth-Gen Gem: 1975 International Travelall

The end was very near when this 1975 International Harvester Travelall came out, it would be the last model year that they would be in production. I… more»

What A Drag: 1973 AMC Gremlin X Racer

Small cars with big engines are what a lot of us have been thinking about for decades. For some of us, the more unusual the car with… more»

Immaculate Award Winner: 1987 Buick Regal Turbo T

The 1987 Buick Turbo T offered a number of upgrades over the standard Grand National, and the inclusion of a number of aluminum components also helped to… more»

Brush Truck Survivor: 1974 Chevrolet C/K Pickup

While some of the retired fire and brush trucks we feature can sometimes become old hats, this 1974 Chevy C/K pickup is not one of them. This… more»

Convertible + Parts Car: 1956 Packard Caribbean Convertible

The Packard Caribbean only saw production from 1953 to 1956. In that final year, there were only 276 Caribbean Convertibles built, and our feature vehicle is one… more»

READER AD: 1969 Camaro Z/28

Update 10/16/2018 – Good news, Stephanie was able to upload higher quality photos of the Camaro and is currently working on getting a photo of the trim… more»