1993 Chevrolet S-10 V6 With Only 8,800 Miles!

Though Chevrolet only produced two generations of its S-10 compact pickup truck, each generation spent a decade in production, and it always felt like there was an abundance of these trucks on the road. Of course, like most compact… more»

Retro Shorty: 1977 Dodge Tradesman Custom Van

Though the niche of “vanning” has gained some popularity in recent years, finding surviving examples of these over-the-top vans often presents a challenge. This 1977 Dodge Tradesman is available here on eBay as part of a no reserve auction,… more»

57k-Mile Camper: 1991 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia

Volkswagen’s Bus and Vanagon models are iconic vehicles, but at this point, many of them endured use for their intended purpose and are quite long on the tooth. Luckily, that’s not the case with this 1991 Volkswagen Vanagon Westfalia… more»

Hugger Orange Shorty: 1976 Chevrolet C10 454!

Chevrolet’s C-10 trucks are becoming more and more desirable among collectors, especially in the short wheelbase and single cab configuration. This 1976 Chevrolet C-10 that’s available here on eBay not only fits that criteria, but it also sports the… more»

Mad Max Inspired? 1998 Chevrolet Corvette

In the automotive world, trends tend to come and go quickly, but an emerging one at the moment is “Safari” customization, which involves adding a suspension lift, beefier tires, bumper bars, and other rugged accommodations to prepare unconventional vehicles… more»

Ready to Drive: 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300TD Wagon

Mercedes-Benz’s W123 chassis has a reputation for being dependable, especially when equipped with a diesel engine. This is especially impressive when you consider the fact that the OM617 engine found in vehicles like this 1983 Mercedes-Benz 300TD Wagon available… more»

Factory Manual? 1993 Mercedes-Benz 190E Sportline

When I was first gaining interest in cars, there was a Mercedes-Benz 190E that a handful of my friends took turns owning. This wasn’t a perfect 190E by any means, but it looked good, had plenty of character and… more»

Some Work Needed: 2001 Isuzu VehiCROSS

During their time in the United States, Isuzu was no stranger to manufacturing vehicles that stood out from the pack, and the VehiCROSS SUV was a testament to that. It was the brand’s “halo” vehicle, and in a lot… more»

3,600 Mile 1984 Chevrolet Corvette

With a complete exterior redesign, a new chassis, and technology upgrades, Chevrolet’s C4 Corvette was a big change from the third-generation model that preceded it. Unfortunately, it was also more expensive than its predecessor, which led to fluctuating sales… more»

12k-Mile 1996 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 SS

Beginning in 1996, Chevrolet collaborated with aftermarket parts manufacturer Street Legal Performance (SLP) to revive the SS trim of the Camaro muscle car. With 2,140 Camaro Z28 SS models manufactured for the first year of its return, this 1996… more»

Clown Shoe: 1-Of-41 1999 BMW M Coupe

When it was new, BMW’s M Coupe did not sell in high numbers due to its somewhat polarizing exterior design. However, as time went on, the sports car became renowned among enthusiasts due to its remarkable driving dynamics, and… more»

JDM Import: 1987 BMW 320i

BMW’s second-generation 3 Series, known as the E30 chassis, has undoubtedly become one of the most popular vehicles from its era. As high-quality examples of the E30 quickly become a rarity, it is no surprise that the once-affordable and… more»

SVO Predecessor: 1984 Ford Mustang GT Turbo

In the early 1980s, Ford created a division called the Special Vehicle Operations Department (SVO), which oversaw the development of the company’s racing vehicles and also the usage of that technology in production vehicles. While many are familiar with… more»

9k-Mile Survivor: 1990 Mazda MX-5 Miata

Mazda’s MX-5 Miata took the world by storm upon its release by renewing the general public’s interest in affordable roadsters, an automotive category that was all but abandoned at the time. Though the company sold over 400,000 units of… more»

Well-Kept Camper: 1989 Ford E-Series Okanagan

In 2008, British Columbia based business West Coast Leisure Homes closed the doors on its venture into overlanding vehicles, a company known as Okanagan. Okanagan not only manufactured truck campers and fifth wheel couplings, but they also converted vehicles,… more»

Grandma’s Coupe: 1967 Volvo 122S

Unlike the models that followed it, Volvo’s Amazon was a mid-sized car that emulated styling from American vehicles manufactured during the era. The 120 Series was the 2-door iteration of the Amazon, and this 1967 Volvo 122S that’s available… more»