While we often cover all sorts of beautiful, unique, and dream-worthy vehicles here at Motorious, sometimes they simply aren’t feasible to consider for a purchase. However, the marketplace has a wide selection of vehicles that are reasonably priced.
All of these sub-$15,000 vehicles are conversation starters, with each bringing something different to the table. The list caters to just about everyone, too, with selections ranging from customs to bone stock, tuners to hot rods, vans to roadsters, and plenty more. Check it out!
This is a 2-owner certified, clean CarFax Corvette that has spent its entire life in the southwest. It has a Black Rose Metallic exterior with a Light Gray leather interior and a 6-speed manual transmission. This is a nice vehicle mechanically. For $6,950, this is the perfect Corvette for somebody that is looking for reliable transportation or a low mileage Vette that they can drive.
For only $14,900, this 1988 GMC Ton Suburban is a 1 owner vehicle, and a Pacific Northwest Truck. This is a very clean and rust free original Suburban with only 105K miles on it. It is getting very hard to find original Suburbans in this condition. The body on this Burb is in great condition. It is a very straight original truck!
This particular example comes in a brilliant crimson red paint job complimented by a black interior. Powering the Porsche is a zippy 2.0 liter 4 cylinder motor mated to a well sorted automatic gear box. Features include power front disc brakes, factory heat, A/C and more. As time goes on these 80s generation Porsches are quickly becoming collector items. That is if you can find one that hasn't rusted into the ground. Don't miss your chance to own this head turning Porsche 924, because you may not find another like it - and it's only $7,900!
STK 2657 1972 Volkswagen Beetle Early in 1972, sales of the Volkswagen Beetle topped 15,000,000, surpassing the Ford 'Model T', to earn the Bug the title of "world's most popular car." This stunning 1972 Volkswagen Beetle is an amazing example of one of these classics. This restored Beetle is in excellent condition, and only $12,995.
This 2010 Dodge Challenger is an extremely low-mileage vehicle that has just 29,870 miles clocked on the odometer. It is dressed to kill in a brilliant Inferno Red paint job complemented by a contrasting, clean black interior. The heart and soul of this muscle car is a high-output 3.5-liter V6 engine mated to an automatic transmission. Features include four-wheel power disc brakes, power windows, power locks, power steering, fully functioning heat, air conditioning, and so much more. In addition, this Challenger includes an upgraded stereo system with Bluetooth, upgraded sport exhaust, and a back-up camera. If you're in the market for a modern muscle car that won’t break the bank, then this is the car for you. It’s currently priced at $14,900 as of this writing.
A few years before this car was produced, Donald Healey had contacted Jensen Motors to produce a car that would compete in a space that falls between the Triumph TR-6 and the Jaguar E-Type. This Jensen-Healey is powered by a 302 cubic-inch V8 engine mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The striking exterior is finished in the stunning British Racing Green with pre-painted circles where you can place the number of your choosing. Leather hood straps bring back an earlier time of racing, as well as secure the fiberglass hood to the car under speed. Wire wheels with true knockoff hubs are located at all four corners in all their chromed glory. The interior features dark camel bucket seats with racing seatbelts and new black carpeting. The black vinyl padded dash is home to many gauges, toggles, and lights to keep the driver up to date on important information. The floor shift lever is also ergonomically placed to expedite moving through the gears. The asking price as of this writing is $12,500.
This 1936 Jaguar SS100 replica boasts classic styling with modern appeal for the best of both worlds. The first thing that many notice, however, is that striking color combination that sets it apart from the rest. The deep blue (Royal Blue Metallic) and black two-tone exterior is timeless and the high-gloss shine can be seen in any lighting. But there is so much more to this beauty than what meets the eye. The interior looks fantastic against the darker blue-and-black paint job with plush carpeting and nicely bolstered bucket seats.
Open the hood and you’ll find a 2.3-liter Ford mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. This Jaguar delivers reliable performance and easy maintenance. In fact, the powerplant was replaced in 2013 to keep this beauty running strong. The transmission was also rebuilt and the driveshaft was replaced as well. This car fires right up, runs smoothly, and drives great. It's the total package, and features a lightweight fiberglass body with rear-wheel drive, independent front suspension, and front disc brakes for an easy-cruising classic sports car.
This Chevrolet S-10 is practially a DJ booth on wheels! It received a two-tone black-and-red exterior repaint back in 2008 and was re-wired for ultimate sound quality. To date, the quality of this build and level of attention to detail is quite remarkable. Inside, you will find four speakers, four subwoofers, three screens, two amps, and even a fog machine! These accessories can run independently from the cab via a key and flip of a switch in the bed. This S-10 has two batteries and a 200-amp alternator. The cabin also includes screens in both visors, switches for the monitors, four subwoofers behind the seat, plenty of speakers, a custom chrome steering wheel, two amplifiers, and more. Turn the speakers up and ride in style in this 1994 S-10 pickup. The asking price as of this writing is set at $9,900.
This Chevy Camaro Z28 drop-top is beyond gorgeous, runs well, and is an excellent driver. The Dark Teal exterior and contrasting Grey interior with black soft-top make for a breathtaking color combination that hugs each body line and curve on this beloved pony car. It is also the correct and original color scheme as verified by the codes on the data sticker. The Z28 convertible saw the lowest production numbers of any body style Camaro for 1992 with only 1,254 cars made. It's powered by a 305 cubic-inch V8 engine mated to a smooth automatic transmission. All of the features on this car work as they should and without issue. The current sale price is set at $12,900.
This electric 2002 GEM E825 4-Seater looks really unique as it stands dressed in both red and white. The 55-inch wide body accommodates comfortable seating for two people in the front and back, fitting four total passengers. Features include four seat belts, headlights, taillights, turn signals, windshield wipers, and fenders. The E825 is road-legal as a Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV). This GEM model also has a lockable dashboard compartment, rear trunk bin, sliding windows, and 12-inch wheels. It's built for both road and commercial; use the dash-mounted switch to change from road mode to turf mode. Powering this fun car is a 5.0-horsepower GE 72-volt electric motor that draws energy from the recently replaced, rechargeable, dual-deep cycle marine batteries. The current asking price is set at $4,900.
This 1988 Chevrolet Corvette C4 comes dressed in a radiant yellow paint job complemented by a clean black leather interior. Powering the vehicle is a 350 cubic-inch L98 V8 motor mated to a stout automatic transmission. This powerplant was revolutionary when it originally debuted in 1985. Features include functional heat and air conditioning, power locks, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, power seats, functional removable top, and much more. The C4 series Corvette was a milestone upon its release, so don't miss your chance to own this desirable piece of Corvette (and American automotive) history. GM made a large list of changes between the C4 and previous generations. Improvements to the C4 generation included a new chassis, modern styling, improved handling, braking and suspension. The current asking price as of this writing is set at just $7,900.
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