Back to the Future: 1934 Morgan MX4 Super Sports

Q: What’s the difference between an old Morgan and a new Morgan? A: Not much. The company is the OG (‘Original Gangster’ as today’s young people say about cool old things) of the car world. So forget for a… more»

Black Plate Special: 1968 Porsche 912 California Barn Find

America’s family farms have been steadily disappearing over the past 40 (or so) years. What does that have to do with cars? Well, as any famous picker will tell you, good stuff is found in barns and barns are… more»

Fixit Twofer: 1979 and 1982 Alfa Romeo Spiders Veloce

Two Alfa Spiders for one low price. One White. One, a rather rare color called Celeste Chiaro — a light, minty green. It was part of the reason I picked this advert from the tip list actually. Of course,… more»

Vintage Speedster: 1915 Model T Custom Racer

On December 10, 1915, the millionth Model T rolled off the assembly line at Ford’s River Rouge plant in Detroit. The custom-built Model T offered here on eBay with bidding at just $2,413 at the time of publication, likely… more»

Get outta Dodge! 1971 Dodge Tradesman 300 High Top Camper

There’s an odd irony in Dodge’s model name used for this camper van conversion — Tradesman — given that so many young people are opting to embrace an unfettered, untethered ‘nomadic’ lifestyle. They don’t really ply a trade though,… more»

Barchetta Business: Be Your Own Boss

For 30 years, Darryl Fling and his company, D&B Enterprises, have been building bespoke exotic cars in Sequim, Washington. His Barchetta 3500 pays homage to the vintage Maserati racers of yesteryear, offering the same care and attention to detail… more»

This Is The One: 76K Mile 1965 Porsche 356C

Yes. This is the one you’ve been waiting for. The one that comes along just once in a blue moon. The one that presses all of the hot buttons and checks all of the boxes. Low mileage? Check. Two… more»

Final year: 1973 Triumph GT6 MkIII

Its lines are hard to resist. Originally penned by the well-known Italian designer, Giovanni Michelotti, the last iteration of the GT6 debuted in late 1970 with a host of aerodynamic tweaks including recessed door handles, smoother front clip, and… more»

Vintage American: 1941 Chevrolet G7117 Camper

John Steinbeck’s s Grapes of Wrath was published in 1939, just a couple of years before the 1.5 ton 1941 Chevrolet G7117 on offer here rolled off the assembly line. Steinbeck’s tale chronicles the story of a family who leaves… more»

Nomad Van: 1982 GMC Vandura 35 Travelcraft

If you’ve been paying attention, the official phenomenon of ‘van life’ has been with us for just about 10 years. Each passing year, it has grown stronger having (possibly?) peaked with the recent acclaimed Hollywood film Nomadland. The thing… more»

Sleeping beauty? 1959 Mercedes-Benz 190SL

For what I consider to be an iconic 1950s Mercedes roadster, the seller is pretty mum on details. No real provenance is given and a four-sentence write-up is a bit of a laugh considering the listing on eBay has… more»

Grandpa’s 1920 Chevrolet 490 Touring

Hot on the heels of our recent 1916 International Harvester Model E Pickup offering, comes this car from the same collection in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where both great-grandfather and grandfather of the seller obviously suffered from the incurable condition… more»

Rare 1916 International Harvester Model E 3/4 Ton Pickup

There’s a lot of love and passion out there for vintage pickup trucks. For some, the square-bodied Chevs are the best, though no doubt Ford fanatics would argue their trucks are tops. Others, meanwhile, specifically seek out the oddballs:… more»

Affordable Brit: 1968 Triumph GT6

If you’re a fan of European cars — specifically, but not exclusively Italians — you’ll know the name Giovanni Michelotti. He was responsible for styling numerous iconic Ferrari, Maserati, Lancia and Alfa Romeo models through the 1940s, 50s and… more»

Japanese Rolls Royce: 1997 Toyota Century

Hunter S. Thompson, in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, wrote: “All energy flows according to the whims of the great Magnet.” I mention this only because, not two weeks ago, a gearhead friend from New Zealand shared with… more»

Sweet Tangerine: One-Owner 1968 912 With 30,000 Original Miles

There was a time — not that long ago, actually — when most people turned their nose up at a 912. Who would want a power-handicapped 911? And yet, here we are in 2022, with (admittedly) an exciting, dusty,… more»