$1,500 Survivor: 1992 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Winding down to the end of an era for Oldsmobile, quite possibly the most common and famous model… the Cutlass would soon end production. This generation of Cutlass is “true to form” as being styled exclusively to Oldsmobile before… more»

Low Mileage Luxury: 1992 Cadillac Seville

This fine ride rolling into town will let everyone know you have arrived. The car of choice for the most respected characters in the HBO series “The Sopranos”. And quite possibly, the most gorgeous generation of Seville. Designed to… more»

Spares Included: 1967 Opel Kadette

Years of regulations, emission and safety standards, tariffs and taxes literally drove automakers from exporting product to America. With Opel not being a part of General Motors anymore… it’s hard to believe they were once sold in America at… more»

Jimmy’s Got A Wild Side: 1993 GMC Typhoon

As the market popularity of sport utility vehicles was growing, the idea of sports trucks where hitting drawing boards across the Big Three in the 1990’s. General Motors’ GMC division with its popular S-15 based Jimmy was dressing it… more»

Not Your Father’s…1991 Oldsmobile Delta 88

Jokes about consumer grade bland box-shaped cars filling office building parking lots back in the day… is this what they were talking about? Oldsmobile was always ahead of there time, whether a little feature or industry-leading innovations. As large… more»

Forgettable Garage Find: 1988 Merkur Scorpio

This is quite possibly the most “original” Merkur I have found for sale. I say original due to the fact that it has beenĀ sitting for years and not given a chance to be modified. Currently it’s still for sale… more»

Golden Bear Edition: 1992 Lincoln Town Car

Executive luxury cars crowding city streets and grand hotels were a huge scene in the 1990’s. As time went one, these cars fell short in terms of fuel economy, and desire as friends might describe your car as a… more»

Unlikely Unicorn: 2001 Suzuki Esteem GL Wagon

Some brands of cars somehow enter the market in the shadows, like dealerships intentionally hide some models behind a fence or something, and sell them at dusk. When that unseen car goes out of production and years later are… more»

Best In The Country: 1987 Cadillac Cimarron

The battle of European luxury imports entering the field against what the big three brought to the table was neck and neck in the 1980’s. Mercedes and BMW taking most of America’s luxury sedan market lead stateside to rethink… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1979 Fiat Spider 2000

Getting down to the roots of traditional Italian motoring. The land of hills, beautiful vista’s and possibly the worlds smallest cars. Fiat from Italy known for handbuilt Italian style on wheels with the famous Fiat 500. These little sports… more»

Not Used For Trails: 1985 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Relics of the early age of SUV’s spotted in junkyards and along city side streets, the first sport utility vehicles are considered classics now. Although who possibly could have thought that would be said someday, well that day is… more»

Solo Cup: 1991 Saturn SC

A fresh face to entry level, the newcomer to economy class, and hardly any metal in its construction. General Motors developed a whole new brand of car with a whole new image, and a whole new way to sell… more»

Smells Like Teen Spirit: 1991 Geo Metro LSI

Fitting in as well as the baggiest pair of jeans and most flannel shirt in the closet, the beginning of the 1990s can be described as awkward and trendy. The music, the clothing, the culture… it could only be… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1976 Oldsmobile Starfire

“A first car”, “pizza delivery”, “the a to b go getter”. The fishbowl design from many manufacturers filled the roll of transportation to every awkward first date, trip to the beach, and going off the college journey. It just… more»

Last Generation: 1991 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

The very thought of a full size station wagon causes the thought of family vacations, cargo space, and Wally World to come to mind. General Motors longest lasting platform, the B-Body saw many changes in its 70 year time… more»

Das Seltene Auto: 1986 Volkswagen Quantum

Once a staple in suburban driveways, the station wagon was king long before minivans came along. SUV’s took over the show though and wagons are becoming quite a rare sight. German automakers still believe in the station wagon and… more»