Poor Man’s Bugatti: 1929 Amilcar Type M3

UPDATE 4/8/2022 – When we last featured this sweet Amilcar M3, it was listed on craigslist with a $15k asking price. It’s resurfaced but is now listed here on eBay with an asking price of $18,000 and the option… more»

All Original 1958 Plymouth Belvedere

I don’t know about you, but whenever I see a late-1950s Plymouth, I think of the movie Christine, where a 1958 Plymouth Fury is the star. If you’ve ever wanted to make a Christine tribute, now’s your chance! This… more»

Turn-Key Survivor: 1970 Dodge Charger

It’s always fun to find an original muscle car that is drivable as-is. This one is a great example of a car that has been used, but loved, and while it needs a few things addressed here and there… more»

Snow? No Problem! 1968 Tucker SnoCat

Do you ever have to commute to work in the snow? Getting tired of ice and sliding around? This could be your solution! Up for sale here on eBay is a 1968 Tucker SnoCat 442A. It’s always fun to… more»

1 of 100: 1957 Dual Ghia 146

The 1950s were an era of creativity in design and engineering, and upscale cars like this 1957 Dual Ghia model 146 Convertible carried an element of prestige, more than most cars do today. Produced for only 3 years, around… more»

1 of 44: 1992 Panoz Roadster

Panoz is a brand most of us don’t think of often, but they’ve been building some pretty radical cars for the last 30 years. Their first model was this Roadster, introduced in 1992, which means this is a first-year… more»

73k Miles: 1973 Citroen SM

Citroen has put out many quirky-looking cars, which were often high performance and full of unique tech. This 1973 Citroen SM is a great example of that. It’s running and driving and appears to be in pretty good condition…. more»

Bronzed Big-Block: 1966 Pontiac Tempest 455

Before the GTO was introduced in 1964, putting Pontiac solidly on the performance-car map, the economical Tempest could actually be specified with options that gave it a higher output than the Corvette. This 1966 Tempest looks a bit plain… more»

Another Chalet! 1976 Chevy Blazer Chalet

You probably already know this because there have been a surprising number of these up for sale here recently, but GM introduced a redesigned truck line in 1973, which ran through 1987 for most models with very few major… more»

Gold Gazelle: 1964 Chevy Impala Golden Anniverary

Commemorative editions are not uncommon with car manufacturers. Sometimes it’s a simple sign with a photoshoot to document a number milestone, sometimes it’s to honor the final example of a model as production ends, and sometimes it’s to celebrate… more»

Can It Be Titled? 1974 Saab Sonnett III

I think we all know that Saab has a great history of making fun, funky cars. Usually, we tend to think of them as also being somewhat practical coupes and sedans. But did you know that Saab also produced… more»

Canadian-Made 1936 Ford Tudor

This 1936 Ford Tudor presents really well overall – in some photos it appears to have had a restoration at some point, and in others you can really tell the age. The seller isn’t sure – take a look… more»

1991 Jeep Cherokee Briarwood with 60k Miles

Jeep is one of the brands that seems to have an endless supply of special edition models, and it can sometimes be difficult to tell what options are included with various trim packages. Sometimes they’re performance-based, sometimes they’re cosmetic,… more»

90% Restored: 1955 Packard Caribbean

The Packard Caribbean was one of the most luxurious, glamorous cars for sale in the 1950s. Loaded with goodies, a drop top, and not 2 but 3 paint colors, it was a car that stood out everywhere it went…. more»

Original Oldsmobile: 1955 Rocket 88

The Oldsmobile 88 was introduced in 1949, an appropriate name since there was already an Olds 78 and Olds 98. This one is from 1955, part of the second generation of these cars, and appears to be in original… more»

Under 20 Miles: 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis

Most of the time when we see full-size cars from FoMoCo like this, we tend to think of them being used pretty heavily. Crown Victorias for police and taxis, Town cars for chauffers and government agencies, etc. The Mercury… more»