Whole Collection For Sale!

Billed as “unusual,” I guess “usual” is a relative term. Buicks, AMCs, Mercedes-Benzes, customs…all of these are legitimate classics in their own right, and most seem to be in decent condition. Special thanks to Britt Boughey for letting us… more»

True Barn Find! 1951 Ford F3 Work Truck

“What will be a future classic?” Ultimately, we can never see the future, but looking into the past, we can make some educated guesses. Obviously, the cars that are designed to be classics will be classics. Your run-of-the-mill Corvettes, Prowlers,… more»

One owner! 1992 Subaru SVX

Once upon a time, Subarus were weird. You might think they’re weird now with their horizontally-opposed pistons and plastic cladding…but their first car in the North American market was the 360. They also brought us the masterpiece of the… more»

Rare 1947 Ford Marmon Herrington Forestry Truck

Cab-over-engine (COE) trucks are a popular form factor for work vehicles due to their efficient use of space. Now, their unique aesthetic has them showing up more often at car shows–at least in my personal experience. There’s something special… more»

Blank Slate 1917 Ford Model T Project

Henry Ford wasn’t the first automotive magnate to utilize the assembly line–that honor goes to Ransom Eli Olds. Ford just made it the best version of it, and his Model T became ubiquitous on American roads as the de… more»

V8 Powered Custom 1941 Graham Hollywood

This is not a Cord. It looks like a Cord, it’s made with Cord tooling, but it’s not a Cord. After the death of the 810/812 and subsequent liquidation of Cord’s assets, through a series of business deals, the… more»

Custom 1950’s Road Race Coupe Special

In the world of custom builds, you’ve got a spectrum going from things like a rebodied Beetle to the wild creations of George Barris. Our feature today lies somewhere closer to George Barris, but with the apparent usability of… more»

Blank Slate Ambulance: 1940 International Harvester Woody

The story goes that, due to the steel shortage during World War II, manufacturers began using wood as replacements for body panels. Hence, the “woody” was born. The style maintained popularity throughout the decades, even so much as starting… more»

All-Original J2 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88

It’s debatable, but generally agreed upon that the first American muscle car was the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88. Relatively small, attainable, and powerful for its time, it was influential enough to inspire an entirely new genre of music, and… more»

The Only 1906 Maxwell Model S

I don’t remember where it was I heard this, but at one point I read that in the early 20th century, there were more American car companies beginning with the letter A than there are total today. Before this,… more»

Rare 1981 Dodge Omni 024 DeTomaso

Chrysler has a history of producing some of the most successful economy cars of the twentieth century, with the cost-effective K-platform underpinning everything from pickup trucks to wagons to sporty coupes. Sometimes the world of sensible economic choices and… more»

GTI Alternative: 1991 Volkswagen Jetta GLI

Starting with the Golf GTI, Volkswagen has an extensive history making modern, engaging, front-wheel-drive sports cars. The Jetta GLI takes the spirit of the fun-to-drive go-kart Golf GTI and puts it in a package that can take your friends… more»

Hot Rod Time Capsule: 1990 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Police Interceptor

Anyone who has seen The Blues Brothers movie can attest to squad cars’ upgraded internals. According to the seller, this stock-looking 1990 Fox body Mustang notchback comes equipped with all the necessary mechanical goodies, and is in like-new condition,… more»

Summer Beach Cruiser: 2010 Fiat 500 Jolly

Few cars are as cute, bubbly, or iconic as the Nuova Cinquecento. The little Italian runabout was meant to evoke a similar feeling as that of the two-wheeled Piaggio Vespa scooter that is all so popular, while being an economical… more»

Vette-Powered Deuce Coupe: 1932 Ford Model B

Precious few cars reach true icon status. The Volkswagen Beetle is perhaps one of the most known icons, being produced in the millions on multiple continents from 1939 all the way to 2004 pretty much unchanged. Ford’s 1932 Five Window Coupe… more»

Cozy 1963 Airstream Globetrotter Project

With the pandemic and its work-from-home ethos, many people have discovered the positive aspects of living in a van down by the river. You can get away from home…while still being at home. Custom camper builds have emerged as… more»