Labor of Love Porsche 911-Powered Ford GT40 Replica

Everyone knows the story of Ford and Ferrari at Le Mans, and the Ford GT is one of the most popular passenger cars to ever come out of that race. Porsche, as luck would have it, also has an… more»

1 of 269? 1976 Jensen GT

In the U.S., the Jensen marque may be best known for the Interceptor grand touring car of the 1970s that had Chrysler power under the hood. While those cars had low production numbers themselves, the Jensen GT was even… more»

1-Of-1 Optioned: 1969 Mercury Cougar XR7 GT

The Mercury Cougar was one of those happy accidents that appear every so often. The company was desperate to produce an upmarket version of the Mustang, but there were serious misgivings in the corridors of power within Ford that… more»

289/4-Speed: 1966 Ford Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback

The owner of this 1966 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback found it languishing in a shed. It had occupied that spot for many years, but when he dragged it out into the light of day, he discovered that it was… more»

Corvette Mini-Me? 1973 Opel GT

The GT was a front-engine, rear-drive, 2-seat sports car built by Opel in Germany. The first generation ran from 1968-73 and didn’t return for another 34 years. The resemblance between the GT and the C3 Corvette may not be… more»

British Racing Green: 1971 MGB GT

What if I told you that, for $7,100, you could buy a car that can beat a Shelby GT350? What if I told you that it was designed, in part, by Pininfarina, the legendary design and coachbuilding firm responsible… more»

3,500 Original Miles? 1982 Ford Mustang GT

The owner of this 1982 Ford Mustang GT claims that it could be the lowest mileage example of this model in existence today. He is claiming that the odometer shows 3,500 miles and that these miles are genuine. He… more»

Ran When Parked: 1968 Ford Mustang GT Convertible

At first glance, it’s hard to tell a ‘68 Mustang from a ‘67 except for the side reflector lights mandated by Uncle Sam. Thanks to a 60-day strike in late 1967 and a saturated market due to newer competition,… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1985 Ford Mustang GT

The “Fox Body” Mustangs (1979-93) actually sold better than the first-generation pony cars of the 1960s, but not by much. But it took 14 years to do that rather than just six (1965-70). 1985 was the mid-way point, which… more»

Pair Of R-Code 1968 Ford Mustang Fastbacks!

To level the muscle car playing field in the pony car space, Ford added the “R” Code option to the 1968 Mustang. That meant Ford’s 428 cubic inch Cobra Jet engine would be under the hood and it conservatively… more»

V8 Swap? 1976 Chevrolet Vega GT

Of all the great cars that Chevrolet has built over the last 100 years, the Vega sadly is not likely to make the list. It was conceived during the late 1960s when the domestic automakers were trying to compete… more»

Chicken Coupe: 1973 Ford Falcon GT RPO 83

Residing in this disused chicken coop amongst a pile of discarded aluminum drink cans is one of Australia’s most prized muscle cars. It has occupied this spot since 1988. The recent passing of its original owner means that it… more»

Baby Baracuda: 1969 Sunbeam Alpine GT

UPDATE 5/8/2020 – This rare Sunbeam Alpine GT has popped back up for sale, this time you can find it here on craigslist. Not much has changed since April of 2019, except for the price which has been massively… more»

54K Mile Warehouse Find: 1974 MGB GT

I have never owned an MG but I have fond memories of them as numerous people I know either owned or still own them. And the MGB-GT, closed body variant, is of particular interest to me. The GT has… more»

Baby Vette: No Reserve 1971 Opel GT

The first time I saw an ad for an Opel GT, I was mesmerized by it. It was positioned in the foreground with a Buick Riviera in the background, Buick being the U.S. sales agent for Opel. I immediately… more»

Plenty Of Parts: 1973 Opel GT

Some show cars and styling exercises that are produced by car manufacturers are destined to remain little more than concepts, while some eventually see the light of day as production cars. The Opel GT fits into the latter category…. more»