The One And Only 1948 Tucker Convertible!

Update 6/29/19 – The seller has dropped the price over a million dollars, but is that enough for it to sell? Find the new eBay listing here on eBay. From 11/30/18 – Just a few weeks ago, I watched… more»

Amazingly Clean: 2004 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4×4

First of all, these have to be some of the highest qualities photos I’ve seen on the internet of a vehicle. Second, it’s a good vehicle to take such high-quality photos of. I’m having a hard time seeing a… more»

Only 35K Miles: 1978 Chevrolet Malibu Classic

The mid-size personal luxury car was the shining star of the late seventies, but there were still mid-size mainstream cars. However, they did not sell as well in the 2 door style. For a few hundred more dollars, the… more»

13K Miles Grandma Car: 1995 Buick Century

For those that never made it as far as the first line of this article, they probably saw another car to which they responded, “Meh!” To those still reading this, you see something special about it or either you… more»

Swan Song: 1990 Mercury Colony Park Survivor

It’s almost like the Mercury Colony Park and its Ford relative, the Country Squire retired a little early. While Chrysler was doing well with its minivan, Ford only offered the Aerostar truck-based van by the time these wagons retired… more»

Rare Power T-Tops! 1978 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

In the late seventies Oldsmobile planned a model that actually appeared in their brochure, but due to some manufacturing problems, only built a small number of them. Apparently, Cadillac made it a reality also on a very small number… more»

USAF General Owned: 1998 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 5-Speed 4WD

In 2007, I bought my younger son his first vehicle. It was a 1998 Chevrolet Silverado Z71 4WD Extended Cab with automatic transmission, similar to this vehicle. It had about 107,000 miles and I paid $8,100. I wish I… more»

Big Block And A 4-Speed: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

When we visualize a Plymouth Road Runner, most of us think of the 1968 to 1969 models, and a few of us may think of the 1970 model. Yet when a new intermediate B-body came out in 1971, the… more»

Garage Find: 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

The first generation Chevrolet Monte Carlo only lasted three years, from 1970 to 1972, therefore there is a more limited supply of the most sought after Monte Carlos. The major difference in the three years is grille, the 1970… more»

Dry Texas Truck: 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger

In 1967, Ford did a major restyle on its F-100 pickups, so for 1968, they received only a new grille and the new mandatory side marker lights/reflectors. Here is a 1968 Ford F-100 Ranger for sale here on eBay… more»

All Original: 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air

Some of the most sought after collectibles cars are the Tri-Five Chevrolets. Of course, most people want either a convertible, 2 door hardtop or Nomad wagon. While the price of those has gone through the roof, this appears to… more»

Save From the Elements: 1965 Lincoln Continental

In 1965, Lincoln was still using the body introduced in 1961. The wheelbase had been stretched from 123 inches in 1963 to 126 inches in 1964. The convertible was still being offered with suicide doors, but a 2 door… more»

Drive Or Restore? 1964 Chrysler New Yorker

In 1963, Chrysler did a major restyle of its lineup, making only minor updates to the 1964 models. These minor changes included a new grille, headlight surrounds, and taillights, but overall it makes this big New Yorker really standout…. more»

Economy Performance: 1970 Plymouth Duster 340

In 1970, compact cars were getting a bit of attention at Ford with its new Maverick and American Motors with its new Hornet. But over at Plymouth, something else was going on. By putting a new roofline and rear… more»

One Owner: 1968 GMC 1500 Pickup

The GMC brand has been around since 1911. In more modern times, it has been an alternative to Chevrolet trucks, and in the present day a more premium offering. Unlike today, back in 1968 GMC produced mainly pickups and… more»

Immaculate 8K Miles: 1984 Chevrolet Caprice Classic

Back in the eighties and early nineties, I worked for a company that had Chevrolet Caprice company cars. Whenever there was a meeting or buying trip, it was like a used Caprice lot at the location. We had certainly… more»