Award-Winning 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Is All-Original, Unrestored

A unicorn for Corvette enthusiasts. These days, it's nothing to find a classic Corvette that has either been completely restored or in dire need of a restoration, but finding an all-original, unrestored Corvette is a unique adventure in itself. That's exactly MBP Motorcars has up for sale, thoug...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 17, 2020

Steal The Show In This 1937 Ford Pro-Street Pickup

This truck was created on television, and now it's ready to show! There are plenty of show vehicles that are up for grabs at Barrett-Jackson this year, but this 1937 Ford Pro-Street Pickup might be the only one that was created on a show. This truck was custom built on PowerNation TV's Trucks! s...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 15, 2020

Bone Stock 1989 Honda CR-X SiR Is A JDM Unicorn

The CR-X was one of Honda's coolest cars of the '80s, and this low-mileage example is in amazing condition. Finding a legal JDM-spec import in the U.S. these days is getting much easier thanks to companies like J-Spec Auto, but finding original, unmodified cars from Japan is where the true chall...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 15, 2020

Check Out The Corvette Plant Manager's Restored C2 'Vette

And it looks good parked next to a mid-engine C8 Corvette! Kai Spande is the plant manager for General Motors' Bowling Green Assembly Plant where the Chevrolet Corvette is produced, so it's safe to say this guy knows his Corvettes. So when it came time to pull the trigger on the purchase of a vi...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 15, 2020

Restored 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback Is A Must-Have Mustang

This bright red fastback definitely won't go unnoticed around town or at car shows! After 55 years of production, there have been numerous Ford Mustang body styles to capture the hearts of automobile enthusiasts, but few, if any, are better than an early first-gen fastback. And with an assist fr...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 15, 2020

Bid On This Original 1973 Porsche 911 2.4T Time Capsule

One would be hard-pressed to find one nicer than this 20,000-mile example. Gooding & Company is sending this original 1973 Porsche 911 2.4T across the auction stage at the Scottsdale Auction the weekend of January 17-18, 2020 (Lot 142). This pristine example has under 20,000 original miles a...
By Amie Williams Jan 13, 2020

One-Owner 1991 Vector W8 Up For Grabs With No Reserve

One of only 17 customer cars ever built! The Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Countach and Porsche 959 are all iconic examples of some of the first supercars ever to exist, and in the late '80s, the Vector W8 arrived on the scene showing that American muscle and ingenuity could compete against the best ...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 13, 2020

'Gone In 60 Seconds' Eleanor Mustang Sells For $852K

Mecum credits this movie car with starting the restomod craze. This year's Mecum Kissimmee auction event turned out to be an impressive one for movie-star Mustangs. Following Friday's record-setting sale of the Bullitt Mustang, the action continued Saturday with the Gone In 60 Seconds hero car –...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 11, 2020

How THE Bullitt Mustang Became The Highest-Priced Mustang Ever

This is THE Bullitt Mustang driven by Steve McQueen! The Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback from 1968's Bullitt is easily the most iconic movie car of all time, and it was definitely the most anticipated car at Mecum's 2020 Kissimmee event. With no reserve, this Mustang was sure to cha...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 10, 2020

$374K Takes Home Museum-Grade 1971 Plymouth GTX Hemi

This Hemi GTX came from the factory loaded to the gills, and it features a super-rare factory sunroof. Back in 1971, this particular Plymouth GTX was the most expensive Hemi you could buy with a price of almost $6,600, which was a result of a lengthy option list. Fast forward to 2020, and this H...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 10, 2020

Mellow Out In This All-Original 1978 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE

You've never seen a W116 S-Class that's this nice! The W116 Mercedes-Benz S-Class was built from 1973 until 1980, and while these big luxury sedans were pretty common back in the day, few probably remain in as good of a condition as this one. This European-spec 1978 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE was impo...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 09, 2020

Pristine, Award-Winning 1967 Chevy Corvette Sells For $192K

Proof that C2 Corvettes are hotter than ever! The mid- to late-'60s marked the heyday for Corvette performance, and this fully restored, numbers-matching 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is like taking a time machine back to see one of these cars brand new. Following a recent complete frame-o...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 09, 2020

Snag A One-Owner 1969 Chevy Corvette With 11K Original Miles

Only one owner, 11K miles, and a numbers-matching drivetrain makes this classic Corvette convertible a hot commodity. MBP Motorcars is excited to offer this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette convertible. This vintage gem has had only one owner up until December 2016, and even more, it only has 11,070 ori...
By Amie Williams Jan 09, 2020

Bid On This Numbers-Matching 1969 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee

The only white on white '69 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee known to exist with a 4-speed transmission. GAA Classic Cars is offering the opportunity to own an ultra-rare numbers-matching 1969 Dodge Coronet Hemi Super Bee. While the car had hardly ever seen the street, this Super Bee spent most of i...
By Amie Williams Jan 08, 2020

Bid On This Rare 1971 Pontiac GTO Convertible

One of just 79 GTO convertibles equipped with a four-speed manual! The 1971 model year marked the final year for the Pontiac GTO as a standalone model (not a trim level or option package) until 2004, and this bronze-over-tan convertible is an incredibly rare specimen that will be up for grabs at...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 07, 2020

Rare Dry-Sump 1971 Lamborghini Miura SV Heading To Auction

This Miura SV is far from original but will still command big bucks at auction. All Lamborghini Miuras are exceptionally rare, but a truly unique version of Lamborghini's first-ever supercar will be up for auction at RM Sotheby's on Friday, January 17. While all-original classics are generally p...
By Jeffrey N. Ross Jan 07, 2020
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