Huge Texas Stash! 250 Classic Cars For Sale

Though much-resembling a junkyard, this collection comes before the public for the first time. The listing here on craigslist says the whole collection is yours for $5000, but let’s assume that’s a bald-faced lie. I’d pay at least $500… more»

Untouched 1977 International Harvester Scout SS II

This 1977 International Scout is a rare “SS II” package, a model which rarely comes up for sale. Not only was it a limited production trim, but these were designed to be bashed and trashed off-road to prove its… more»

Wholesale Auction Find: 1987 Nissan 300ZX

When an older car that worked its way through the wholesale dealer auction world shows up for sale on eBay, I’m always intrigued. This 1987 Nissan 300ZX bears the signs of a potentially decent project that ended up as… more»

Stored 20 Years: Rust-Free 1973 Dodge Colt

A lot of us have lived long enough to remember Chrysler’s early-1970s foray into rebadging small cars in order to compete with what GM and Ford were offering at the time. This rust-free, two-owner 1973 Dodge Colt is a… more»

READER AD: 1979 Chevrolet Big 10 Stepside Survivor

Update – Dennis has relisted his Big 10 truck, now with more photos and info! You can take a better look at it here on craigslist. If you have any questions about this truck, you can leave them in… more»

Unfinished Build: Classic Roadsters Cobra

I imagine this won’t be the last unfinished Cobra kit car emerge from a garage or barn. Think about it: while the overall presentation of these awesome replicas is that most anyone who can turn a wrench can assemble… more»

Overlander’s Dream: 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

Overlanding, for those unfamiliar, is all about getting out away from civilization with a vehicle capable of carrying you and everything you need to survive. It’s sort of like a Safari minus the Pith Helmets and British accents. Vehicles… more»

16,214 Miles! 1966 Jeep Wagoneer Survivor

Jeeps like these were a fixture at many ranches and farms from the 1960s through the 1990s. Jeep obliged by hardly changing the basic vehicle structure throughout its entire run (1962-1991). This survivor wearing its original paint is said… more»

Big Luxury: 1987 Rolls-Royce Silver Spur Limousine

It has often been said that if you have to ask how much a Rolls-Royce is, then you probably can’t afford it. Well, guess what? I know how much this one is, and I still can’t afford it. However,… more»

Fresh 440: 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury GT

After being in his possession for around 14-years, the owner of this 1970 Plymouth Sport Fury GT has decided that the time has come for the car to move on. The car runs and drives, and has the potential… more»

Solid Project: 1968 Pontiac Firebird

As a car to buy and restore at your leisure, this 1968 Pontiac Firebird looks like a pretty good proposition. There is no reason why you couldn’t buy it and enjoy it as it currently stands, and then take… more»

Cream Puff: 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible

I am the first to admit that I have a real soft spot for any car that wears the blue oval badge, but that doesn’t make me so blinkered that I refuse to acknowledge (and desire) cars from other… more»

Cheap Rent: 1977 Chevrolet Chevette Scooter

Base model cars sometimes aren’t the most desirable, collector-wise, but when they’re as nice looking as this 1977 Chevrolet Chevette Scooter is, all bets are off. And, I know, “nice looking” is a very subjective term. This nice looking… more»

Virtually Spotless: 1973 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser

The term “shrinking violet” is not a label that could be attached to this 1973 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser. With an overall length of 19″ and a weight in excess of 5,000lbs, this is a car that is simply never… more»

The Orphan Child: 1960 Comet

Originally intended to be released as part of the ailing Edsel product range, the Comet eventually became a Mercury model when Ford decided to end the Edsel experiment. However, from its introduction in 1960, through until 1962, the Comet… more»

29k Miles: 1972 International 10-Door Travelall

I’m not sure if this 1972 International Travelall 10-door limo would be a good wedding limo or what a person would really use it for, but man, it sure is cool and unusual. The seller mentions possibly using it… more»