True Mileage Unknown: 1988 Toyota Pickup 4WD V6

Out of all the compact to mid-size pickups sold, Toyota’s pickup (known as the Hilux in global markets) is the best at holding its value. Most of these trucks saw hard use on a regular basis, so very few… more»

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18k-Mile Prototype? 1986 Mercury ASC McLaren Capri

From 1984 to 1986, Mercury worked with American Sunroof Corporation (ASC) to create the only convertible variant of the Capri muscle car – the ASC McLaren Capri. While not all of these limited-production variants were convertibles, this 1986 Mercury… more»

Always Garaged: 1973 Datsun 240Z

Datsun’s first-generation Z-car is an incredibly popular vehicle among collectors, especially the 240Z model, which was the first of the Z cars sold. It should come as no surprise that the seller of this 1973 Datsun 240Z that is… more»

Tested In The Italian Alps: 1987 Land Rover Defender 110

As a result of its rugged nature and impressive capabilities, Land Rover’s Defender is one of the most popular choices for an off-road vehicle in the world. A civil protection department located in the Italian alps used this 1987… more»

Turbo Barn Find: 1985 Buick Grand National

One of my favorite parts of writing for Barn Finds is seeing all different kinds of vehicles emerge from long periods of storage. Sometimes, they are relatively normal models that make you wonder why someone stored it for decades,… more»

Original Paint: 1978 Chevrolet C10 4×4 Shortbed

It’s no secret that Chevrolet’s “squarebody” trucks are seeing a rise in both popularity and prices, even though the company sold this generation of the C/K Series truck for nearly 20 years. This 1977 Chevrolet Silverado K-10 Shortbed that Barn… more»

Nice Patina: 1964 Dodge D100 Pickup

Older vehicles with a patina finish certainly have a unique look, and those who modify vehicles often enjoy using vehicles with weathered paint as the starting point for a project. The seller of this 1964 Dodge D100 that’s available… more»

Aircooled Camper: 1980 Volkswagen Westfalia

Earlier this week, I wrote about a project Volkswagen Type 2 Bus, which is one of the most fabled vehicles of its type. It’s successor, the Volkswagen Vanagon (T3), offers many of the same qualities in a slightly more… more»

Fuel Injected & AC: 1993 Suzuki Samurai JL

Suzuki’s Samurai found success in global markets as the Jimny, but unfortunately, that was not the case in the United States. Partially due to its cheaper price tag, the Samurai originally outsold its most notable competitor, the Jeep Wrangler…. more»

Panel Project: 1963 Volkswagen Type 2 Bus

As one of the most popular vehicles of its type, it is hard to find an affordable specimen of Volkswagen’s Type 2 Bus that doesn’t require a full-blown restoration. This running and driving 1963 Volkswagen Type 2 Bus that… more»

One-Owner Survivor: 1977 Datsun 280Z

As the final first-generation Datsun Z models, the 280Z is the least expensive route into owning this seminal sports car, but they are rising in value quickly these days. Like most sports cars, spotless and well-kept examples are hard… more»

French Import: 1991 Citroën XM

French automakers such as Citroën, Peugeot, and Renault all spent time selling vehicles in the United States, but by the early 1990s, the trio had all left the market due to abysmal sales. Though most vehicles from the 1980s… more»

No Reserve: Low-Mile 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser

While Toyota’s Land Cruiser trucks are mostly collector items at this point, they have undeniable off-road capabilities, which make them one of the most iconic overlanding vehicles. This 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser is available here on eBay as part… more»

Stock Survivor: 1991 Honda CR-X Si

When it comes to “hot hatches,” there’s no denying that Honda’s CR-X is one of the best, especially in it’s Si trim. Considering that “Si” stands for “Sport Injected,” it’s no surprise that very few clean examples of early… more»

Sitting For 30 Years: 1971 Datsun 510 Project

It’s no secret that finding sporty and compact rear-wheel-drive vehicles is a challenge, especially if you don’t want to break the bank. During the mid-1980s, many automakers discontinued rear-wheel-drive compact cars or switched them to front-wheel-drive platforms, which means… more»

Survivor ST185: 1991 Toyota Celica All-Trac Turbo

During the mid-1980s, compact vehicles from all over the world received all-wheel-drive variants, including BMW’s 3-Series, Dodge’s Colt, Honda’s Civic Wagon, Nissan’s Stanza, Pontiac’s 6000, and plenty more. Toyota sold a variety of models using its All-Trac full-time four-wheel-drive… more»