Bidder Beware: 1983 Jeep Cherokee Laredo

It was Yogi Berra that coined the phrase “Its like deja vu, all over again.”  Well, maybe Yogi was talking about this 1983 Jeep Cherokee Laredo that is currently for sale on eBay out of Burnettsville, Indiana.  As of… more»

Nicest One Left? 21K-Mile 1977 AMC Hornet D/L

In decoding the VIN on this colorful 1977 AMC Hornet D/L sedan, it turns out that it was made in the company’s Brampton, Ontario, Canada plant rather than in Kenosha, Wisconsin, as we usually think of when we think… more»

Project Pickup: 1968 Ford Ranchero 500

From 1957 to 1979, the Ranchero was a staple in the Ford lineup. Technically a coupe utility, it was often referred to as a “gentleman’s pickup” because it was based on a car platform, not a truck. This fourth-generation… more»

Roomy French Luxury: 1987 Citroen CXA CX

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the Citroen CX is arguably a princess or a face only a mother could love, with not much latitude in between depending on your palate.  But for French design enthusiasts… more»

French, and Aluminum: Panhard Dyna Z

Conventional wisdom pegs Mercedes or Peugeot as the first automaker, and yes, both made early versions of what can be considered a car. But Panhard et Levassor is often considered the first production automobile company in the world, commencing… more»

428 V8 Power! 1969 Ford Torino GT Cobra

In 1968, the Torino was introduced as the top-of-the-line Ford Fairlane. By 1971, the Fairlane name was retired in favor of the sexier-sounding newbie. In 1969, if you ordered the Torino GT, you could also bolt on a Cobra-Jet… more»

Drop Top Fun: 1990 Alfa Romeo Spider Graduate

If you have thought about buying a two seater European sports cars, you have probably considered the Alfa Romeo Spider. The two seater roadster was first introduced in 1966 and was manufactured until 1993. The above example is a… more»

Restoration From Brazil: 1974 Volkswagen Kombi

Launched in 1950, the VW Type II was a bus-like vehicle to serve as a companion to the VW Beetle. It was built in multiple markets and known by a variety of names, such as the Transporter, Kombi, Microbus,… more»

BF Auction: 1949 Kurtis Sport Car KB 001!

There has long been debate about what was the first genuine American sports car, with some people pinning that label on the Chevrolet Corvette. However, more knowledgeable individuals point the finger at the Kurtis Sport Car (KSC), even though… more»

396/4-Speed: 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396

There is something undeniably sad about seeing a classic and desirable muscle car reduced to a rusting hulk. This is particularly true when the car is a 1970 Chevelle SS 396. It is a vehicle that, even in its… more»

Magtona? 1978 Dodge Magnum

Sometimes a photo is worth a thousand words in the car world, and this is definitely one of those cases if I’ve ever seen one.  The seller of this 1978 Dodge Magnum says very little about the car in… more»

Hi-Po 273! 1965 Dodge Dart GT

Here’s one you don’t see every day, a 1965 Dodge Dart GT. The seller tells us that it’s “super rare“, in excellent all-around condition, and out of a private collection. OK, I’ll bite, it has my interest! Located in… more»

Movie Car: 1967 Plymouth Valiant Signet

Celebrity has its benefits, even when it comes to vehicle ownership or whether a vehicle has been used in TV and movies. That’s the case with this beautiful 1967 Plymouth Valiant Signet two-door sedan, which has been used in… more»

First Production Motorcycle? 1894 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller

Even though somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000 examples were reportedly built, these first production motorcycles are rare today. They were the world’s first internal combustion-powered motorcycles to be in series production, and this 1894 Hildebrand & Wolfmüller is said… more»

Roadster Racer! 1930 Model A Speedster

I don’t know why, but when I first saw this 1930 Model A Speedster I immediately thought of the movie The Great Race. If you haven’t seen the 1965 classic, it stars Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, and Natalie Wood… more»

Droptop Project: 1956 Mercury Montclair

The Montclair doesn’t seem to get an excessive amount of ink these days in automotive forums, and that’s kind of a shame as it was a pretty cool and somewhat premium offering from Ford’s Mercury division lineup beginning in… more»