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Mopar Assortment In Florida!

You know the expression, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, the seller here has nine interesting Chrysler products for sale but thinks he can get buyers interested with just two photos showing just three of the vehicles…. more»

Package Deal: 2 Chevrolets and 1 Oldsmobile

If you’re fond of early 1950s General Motors products, here’s your chance to acquire three of them at one time – along with a lift to work on your projects. The seller has not one but two 1953 Chevrolets… more»

Cruise Control Kit: 1966 Pontiac GTO

Have you ever been cruising down the highway in your ’66 GOAT and wished you had cruise control to help rest your tired right leg and foot? According to the seller who has a GM kit to do the… more»

SS Shell: 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle

Introduced in 1964, the mid-size Chevelle would quickly become one of GM’s best-selling cars. And it would serve as Chevy’s foundation in the muscle car segment of the market. Due to the popularity of performance cars in those days,… more»

Field Find: 1960s Chevrolet Corvair Collection

Collectors often migrate to one brand or nameplate in their accumulation of the vehicles that they love. In this case, someone had a thing for the Chevy Corvair and may have assembled one from each of its ten model… more»

Pontiac Collection For Sale: Mr. GTO’s Cars

Al Blatter was a Pontiac aficionado and especially had an affinity for GTOs, which would earn him the nickname, “Mr. GTO.” Over several decades, he collected dozens of cars and thousands of parts. Now that he has passed, this… more»

3 for 1 Project: 1969 AMC SC/Rambler

The Rambler American had its swan song at American Motors in 1969, to be replaced by the revived Hornet nameplate the following year. But the car went out in style with a limited-edition muscle model called the SC/Rambler, a… more»

Model Year Unknown: 1939-55 Singer 9 Roadster

The Singer 9 Roadster got part of its name from its horsepower rating (9 or nine). It was a 2/4 sports touring automobile built by British car manufacturer Singer from 1939-55. There were four iterations of the little car… more»

Woods Find: 1950s Jaguar XK120

The Jaguar XK120 was a British 2-seat roadster built between 1948 and 1954. It was Jaguar’s first sports car since SS 100 production ended in 1939. A highly desirable automobile today, the XK120 was quite successful in racing and… more»

Fiberglass Parts Car: 1957 Chevrolet Corvette

The Chevy Corvette barely survived past 1955, but some new styling and the availability of a V8 engine saved a car that’s still in production today. This 1957 edition was once a racer and all that remains are fiberglass… more»

Collection of Cars and Parts: 1974 Jensen-Healey

The Jensen-Healey was a 2-seat British luxury sports car built between 1972-76. Produced by Jensen Motors Ltd., it would be the company’s best-selling automobile at 10,500 copies. Not only does the seller have a running example of one, but… more»

Package Deal: General Motors Graveyard

Have you ever wanted to have your own junkyard? Well, here’s your chance, especially if you are inclined towards 1950s/1960s General Motors products. In Concrete, Washington, the seller has amassed an assortment of GM cars and parts from the… more»

Tent Find: 1983 Avanti II Coupe

The Avanti was one of Studebaker’s last attempts at staying afloat in the 1960s. But unfortunately, it was too little too late to make much difference and U.S. production ceased at the end of 1963. The brand would continue… more»

Never Installed: Mopar 426 Hemi Engine

The 426 cubic-inch Chrysler “Hemi” has become known as the “Elephant Engine.” It started as a racing motor in the 1960s that would be adapted for street use, too. Typically, the street engine produces nearly one horse per cube… more»

Mystery Hoard of Buicks, Fords, and More!

Someone on social media with a Facebook account posted a collection of cars here on Facebook Marketplace but doesn’t list where they are or if they are even for sale. Some of them are tucked away safe and sound… more»

New Original Stock: DIXCO Hood Mounted Tachometer

OK, let’s mix it up a bit and skip the sum of a car’s parts and just talk about the parts, specifically, the tachometer. Way back when there were certain manufacturers, like Pontiac, that thought it would be a… more»