Excalibur

No Reserve Royalty: 1975 Excalibur Phaeton

The Excalibur Phaeton is one of the more enduring of automotive curiosities, as it always seems to have followers even as its controversial styling becomes even more ancient. At the core of it, this is a tribute car that… more»

Doubly Classic! 1977 Excalibur Phaeton

Showing well and unique (even among the 222 such cars built) thanks to its interesting history, this 1977 Excalibur Phaeton enjoyed a lifetime of indoor storage and accumulated fewer than 12,000 miles. Sadly separated from its fenders and big… more»

Most Looked At in America: 1982 Excalibur Series IV

It’s easy to forget the Excalibur was a solid performer when introduced, but the somewhat garish exterior was the first thing most folks noticed before ever peering under the hood. As the seller enthusiastically points out, the Excalibur may… more»

Stored for 30 Years: 1976 Excalibur SS Phaeton

The Excalibur is one of those marques that sometimes gets scoffed at, but interestingly, they were decent performers when first introduced. Corvette power mounted inside a body more reminiscent of the roaring 20s than the 1960s, a Phaeton SS… more»

I Heard It Through The Grapevine: 1966 Excalibur

Odd title, you’re wondering? As it turns out, this 1965 Excalibur was originally owned by the famous soul singer Marvin Gaye, who sang I Heard It Through The Grapevine among other great hits. Star provenance may or may not mean… more»

Feeling Majestic? 1981 Excalibur

I can’t imagine what it’s like to spot a car in a barn – and then realize the barn might fall down at any minute. It’s bad enough that the adrenaline is already racing, but then the threat of… more»

Home Brew: Custom Excalibur Roadster

I’ve never thought of building my own car, but I have considered what it would be like to bring my favorite aspects of multiple vehicles into one chassis. The builder of this custom Excalibur here on eBay certainly had… more»

1970 Excalibur SS: Acquired Appreciation

Have you ever spent years being completely turned off by a car only to one day wake up and think – “Eh, it’s not so bad”? Well, that’s what has happened to me as it pertains to this 1970 Excalibur… more»