Rockhopper Project Pair: Two 1993 Geo Trackers

The Geo Tracker and Suzuki Sidekick were once common sights on local roads, a cheerful, light-weight SUV that came with a convertible roof and optional hardtop, or a “tin top” setup if you wanted more structural rigidity. They proved… more»

No Reserve: 1996 Geo Tracker

Custom paint will always divide opinion. Some people will love it, while others won’t give it the time of day. The Brown color that graces the panels of this 1996 Geo Tracker is a custom mix that is sure… more»

Special Delivery: 1962 Studebaker Zip Van

Being a former letter carrier myself, I have a special place in my heart for the truly bizarre–but loveable–methods of locomotion employed by the United States Postal Service. I was born some three decades after this was built, so… more»

1990 Geo Tracker Barn Find?

The Geo Tracker was built in Canada as part of a joint venture between General Motors of Canada and Suzuki. The brand was intended only for the U.S. market while its Suzuki clone, the Sidekick, was built for the… more»

Twin-Cam Powered: 1992 Geo Prizm GSI

Think of sedan survivors you still see on the road today, especially from the eighties and nineties, and you will probably come up with Hondas (Accords and Civics) and Toyotas (Camrys and Corollas.) You might see the occasional Ford… more»

Lifted Survivor: 1997 Geo Tracker

When it comes to classic 90s SUVs, it doesn’t get much more period-correct than a Geo Tracker or its Suzuki Sidekick twin. What’s ironic is when they were new, the hardcore truck guys likely laughed at these light-duty SUVs,… more»

20k Original Miles? 1995 Geo Tracker

The owner of this 1995 Geo Tracker found the vehicle languishing in a Tennessee barn. He has revived it, and it is in a roadworthy state. It has a genuine 20,500 miles showing on its odometer and is probably… more»

Rare Hot Hatch! 1991 Geo Prizm GSi

No market outside North America received a Toyota (or in this case, a Geo) in this body style with this engine. Only the car-crazed Americans got to play with a E100 Toyota Corolla sedan (re-badged by General Motors as a… more»

Rad Survivor: 1992 Geo Storm GSi

Many of you have probably heard of the automotive show and overall movement called Radwood that’s taken place across the country, effectively coining an entire genre of automobiles that emerged in the late ’80s through the middle (and possibly… more»

Micro Car Survivor: 1990 Geo Metro LSI Convertible

This 1990 Geo Metro convertible is the top-shelf LSI spec and wears one of the best colors ever found on the early 90s micro-car. The Metro convertible has one of the more unusual followings in the car world, with… more»

600-HP 1989 Geo Tracker?!!

Does anyone need a 600 b.h.p. Geo Tracker? No, of course not. But this should not stop you from exploring the possibilities of making this impressive drag car part of your garage, as it appears to be built to… more»

This Geo Metro Has Only Covered 33k Miles!

This 1995 Geo Metro is a vehicle that perfectly encapsulates the concept of economy commuter transport as envisaged by vehicle manufacturers in the 1990s. While it is capable of holding its own on the highway, it was a vehicle… more»

9 Second Sidekick: 1993 Geo Tracker

This Geo Tracker does two things few cars can do at the same time: it runs nine second quarter miles and also takes its owner to work and back each day. Featuring an incredible engine swap that resulted in… more»

Tiny Barn Find: 1991 Geo Metro LSi

The seller of this 1991 Geo Metro LSi convertible says to “Think barn find”. I like that idea. This little red devil can be found listed here on eBay in beautiful Bradenton, Florida with a current bid price of… more»

Double Trouble: 2-for-1 Geo Metro Convertibles

The latest installment of Car and Driver‘s highly entertaining periodic series “Battle of the Beaters” chronicles the editors’ adventures with four Geo Metro hatchbacks, each purchased for between $1,000 and $1,250 and all from the same seller. The thrashing that… more»

Smells Like Teen Spirit: 1991 Geo Metro LSI

Fitting in as well as the baggiest pair of jeans and most flannel shirt in the closet, the beginning of the 1990s can be described as awkward and trendy. The music, the clothing, the culture… it could only be… more»