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Restomod 1972 Chevrolet Blazer Will Blow You Away

It’s also blown for more power. There’s something undeniably alluring about vintage SUVs. They were out rolling over rocks, hauling deer carcasses, and serving as base camp for real outdoorsmen long before it was cool to drive something with four-wheel drive to Whole Foods. Even better is somet...
By Steven Symes Jun 15, 2019

2016 Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow XL 883L Is Great For B...

This is one of those bikes anyone can appreciate. Some motorcycles are really catered at people just learning to ride. Once you master them, the thrill dissipates quickly, then you move on to something more challenging. Most bikes which thrill more advanced riders are far too intimidating for n...
By Steven Symes Jun 15, 2019

Cherry 1962 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Coupe Needs A Driver

Go cruise Main Street and make some classy memories. Not every American car in the 1960s was about smoking the back tires and racing for pinks. Some were geared more towards comfort and looking amazing while cruising through town. This 1962 Oldsmobile 98 Holiday Coupe is definitely of the latte...
By Steven Symes Jun 15, 2019

1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 Looks Like A Garage King

It doesn’t look like this muscle car has lived a hard life at all. Some people use the term “garage queen” in derogatory ways, but when a classic car has been well cared-for by being sheltered from the elements, that should be celebrated. It appears this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 has been ...
By Steven Symes Jun 15, 2019

Smokin’ 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda AAR Could Become Yours

This is one of the most legendary muscle cars to ever roam the streets. Of all the cars to come out the golden age of American muscle, this 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda AAR is one of the greatest. This ride is what Mopar fans dream of nightly, combining undeniable speed with unabashed aggressive good lo...
By Steven Symes Jun 14, 2019

1992 Ford Mustang LX Summer Edition Is An Instant Classic

Have some summer fun in this 'Stang! 25 years ago, this bright red 1992 Mustang Summer Special convertible rolled off the line at Ford, on the way to showrooms. The very limited run verts were amongst a year run when production was already low during the Gulf War economy. To drum up more interes...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 14, 2019

Here’s You Chance To Own The Perfect ‘Cuda

This is the real deal! Mopar found its place in the muscle car era, creating some of the baddest street machines of the day. With large displacement powerhouses, muscular styling, and a color scheme only Mopar could pull off, the Dodge and Plymouth lineup gave Ford and GM competitors a run for t...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 14, 2019

This Highly Collectible 1978 Corvette Pace Car Has Only 99 Miles

Low mileage and upline powertrain options make this 1978 Corvette Pace Car a top collector’s pick. The Chevrolet Corvette remains a staple of homebred automotive dominance. As a Pace Car for the Indianapolis 500, it's stepped into the respected position more times than any other model – serving...
By Elizabeth Puckett Jun 14, 2019

Rare McLaren P1 GTR Track Toy Up For Grabs

Just 58 track-only McLaren P1 GTRs were built, all being offered to existing P1 customers The McLaren P1 remains one of the most remarkable cars of the past decade, a machine that marked McLaren’s return to ultimate road-legal performance. Not since the legendary F1 had the British marque made s...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 14, 2019

Vivid Orange C3 Corvette Stingray Is Highly Original

This T-top Stingray is in great condition, and ideal for a lengthy road trip The C3 generation Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is a big part of American Automotive history. Not only did it look sharp, but its intwined with romantic memories of NASA’s space program at its hight. It was THE car to own...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 14, 2019

Restomod Camaro Cost $100,000 In Parts Alone

This 1968 Chevrolet is insured for $150,000 and sports an LS3 V8 along with a whole host of upgrades. We simply love Camaro’s at Motorious, especially when they look like this one offered by Canyon State Classics. In 2019 you can find one in any state or specification. Whether it’s factory origi...
By Max Holder Jun 14, 2019

Genuine 007 Alfa Romeo 159 From Quantum Of Solace Up For Grabs!

This 3.2-liter V6 Italian sedan is a lesser known 007 hero. As a stunt car employed during the opening chase of 2008's Quantum of Solace, grab yourself a slice of Bond history! Various contemporary drivers believe that any Alfa Romeo before the Stelvio Quadrifolio is purely a waste of time and m...
By Max Holder Jun 14, 2019

Citroen 2CV 'Woody' Station Wagon Is A French Curiosity

This Citroen 2CV 'Woody' adds some rustic charm and practicality to the beloved French icon Over the Citroen 2CV's 42-year production lifespan, endless variants were created for public consumption. However, this curious ‘Woody’ found in our classifieds is not something believed officially sancti...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 14, 2019

Founder Of The Goodwood Festival Of Speed Joins Petersen Museum

The 11th Duke of Richmond, founder Of The Goodwood Festival Of Speed and Goodwood Revival, will join Dr Wolfgang Porsche on the Petersen Automotive Museum's Board of Directors The founder of Britain’s Goodwood Revival and Festival of Speed is to join the Board of Directors at the Petersen Aut...
By Calum Brown Jun 14, 2019

The Muscle Car Era's Final Breath Was This Camaro Z/28

This 350 V8 Camaro was an epic curtain call to the era that defined the American automotive industry The muscle car era was on life support towards the end of the 1970s. Americana's beloved mainstream powerhouses were morphing into economy-driven boxes; in a bid to save their titles. An ironic s...
By Max Holder Jun 14, 2019

The Chrysler Turbine Car Is From An Alternate Reality

Chrysler's turbine-powered car very nearly made it into production Behind every museum display lurks a hidden vault of incredible vehicles that the curator must choose from. The Detroit Historical Society squirrels their historic treasures away in its Collections Resource Center — something that...
By Tyler Heatley Jun 14, 2019
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