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Perfect 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS Seeks New Custodian

Seeking that perfect example of Chevrolet's 1969 Camaro RS? Look no further... The Chevrolet Camaro needs no introduction. Those of a culturally-driven persuasion worship the Ford Mustang as an automotive embodiment of the American dream. However, for us, the Camaro is king. Especially last-of-...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 26, 2019

Daimler SP250: Surely The Sexiest Police Car Of Them All?

Besides offering more British history than you could wave a police truncheon at, this 1961 Daimler SP250 (Dart) serves up speed and grace for $43k A bit like discovering that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II released some racy pop anthems before grasping the reigns of British Monarchy, the Daimle...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

Why The Porsche 944 Is No Poor Relation to Germany's Dominant 911

There are those who continually bash the 944 as an 'imitation Porsche'. Fools! They are seriously missing out on one of Stuttgart's greatest... Porsche 911 purists claim that the Cayman, no matter how dazzling its road manners are, ultimately has the engine in the ‘wrong place’. Turn back the ...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

This 'Widow Making' MGC Makes For The Perfect British Cruiser

Standard MGB not quite enough? The MGC has all the boxes ticked. Here's one for sale in the Motorious classifieds If a stock MGB doesn’t scratch the itch and satisfy your heavy right foot, there are a number of other classic British sports cars begging for your attention. Yet, one that often rem...
By Calum Brown May 23, 2019

Svelte And Timeless, This Pagoda Just Oozes Class

This 230SL is offered at a reasonable price point and has enough patina to be used without fear There surely isn’t a more svelte looking convertible sports car than a W113 Pagoda? Launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1963 it certainly looked the business and took the market by storm. Altho...
By Max Holder May 21, 2019

Is It Cheaper To Buy A 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback From Britain?

This immaculate 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback is estimated to sell at British auction for $95K. Even with shipping costs, that's cheaper than the examples available stateside! It’s hard not to whisper Steve McQueen’s name when presented with a Ford Mustang 390 GT Fastback, even if it isn't a 1968 ...
By Calum Brown May 20, 2019

Low-Mileage 1955 Chevy 3100 Represents Turn In Pickup Market

The only thing this show-quality truck needs is a new owner who appreciates it! Back in the mid 1950s, pickups started to shift from dedicated workhorses, to becoming more customer focused vehicles. It was the beginning of the pickup truck boom, this 1955 Chevrolet 3100 pickup has only 6,939 m...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 16, 2019

Help The National Sprint Car Hall Of Fame & Museum, Win A Z06 ...

They need our help, you need a Corvette. Let's do this. Racing in America owes a debt of gratitude to sprint cars. These small-but-powerful race cars have been thrillingly raced around short oval tracks for decades, but have never gotten the same attention as series like NASCAR and IndyCar. Yet ...
By Sponsored May 15, 2019

Escape Modern Life With This Über-Cool 1932 Packard 903

Sick of having to obey the expectations of modern automotive taste? Break the unspoken rules with this 1932 Packard V8. Should you seek automotive admiration from your peers, modern day supercars will only take you so far. Sure, such a vehicle screams about how much money you earn to passers-by,...
By Calum Brown May 13, 2019

Is A 1959 DeSoto Adventurer America's Greatest Unknown Hero?

The DeSoto Adventurer seems relegated to the margins of automotive history. Here's why this largely forgotten slice of 1950s Americana deserves your attention Someone deemed an 'adventurer' is likely to bring excitement. You wouldn't invite Indiana Jones to the party without expecting a riotous ...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 12, 2019

1920 Stutz Bearcat Oozes Racing Heritage, But You Wouldn't Kno...

Four times more expensive than a Ford Model-T, a Stutz Bearcat remained the sporting vehicle of choice for Pre-War elites. This 1920 example showcases some real American talent, with links back to the first Indy 500... Entering the Indianapolis 500 in a pre-war motorcar was nothing short of a br...
By Gillian Carmoodie May 12, 2019

Pair Of Fully Restored And Upgraded Toyota FJs

These classic Fjs are worth more than their asking price in upgrades! The Willy’s Jeep was not only deemed as one of the top six most vital vehicles of WWII but by 1945 was responsible for bringing the term 4-wheel drive to households around the world. It inspired a whole new category of vehicle...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 10, 2019

1957 Bel Air Is The King Of The Tri-Fives

This Bel Air is a perfect example of an era! The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is easily the most recognizable car from the era. It was king of the quintessential Tri-Five line that brought the world the drool-worthy mid-50s Chevy body style. This particular example has undergone the proper work to mak...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 10, 2019

Show Quality Mid-Year 1970 Camaro Has No Reserve

Having been featured on Musclecar TV for a nut and bolt restoration, this second generation Camaro could be yours. The second generation Chevrolet Camaro is typically regarded as the best looking, and it’s not hard to see why. With that aggressive mouth dwarfing the double light setup it looks l...
By Max Holder May 07, 2019

The Fast Way: Show And Street Ready 1934 Outlaw Street Rod

Go straight from the cruise-in to the Power Tour with it! With the majority of street rods out there never making it to the road, the scene has gotten a bit thin. However, every once in a while though, the open road is graced with a breath of fresh air, the blurred vision of fresh clear coat, a...
By Elizabeth Puckett May 07, 2019

SVO Mustang Is Just One Of Four In Existence

Only 60 Hertz SVO Mustangs were produced, with this example being just one of 10 ordered The Mustang has chopped and changed more times than Gordan Ramsey’s conclusions on Kitchen Nightmares. In the eighties, any sense of the original design was killed entirely, whilst also moving away from the ...
By Max Holder May 07, 2019
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