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Archive for: March, 2011

Tired of the leather seats, cupholders, and automatic everything in your Suburban or Expedition?...

In the market for some serious Mustang muscle? This Mach 1 is the car for you. It’s a rare 428-ci...

Want a classic British roadster that has roll-up windows and a decent convertible top? This TR6...

There’s a lot to be said for modern Camaros, Mustangs, and Challengers. They all have a retro look,...

Love the ’50s look but are tired of all those same old Bel Airs and Cadillacs you see at your local...

Interested in a piece of drag race history?  How about a blown big-block with zoomies that makes...

Who says you can’t take the party with you? With a custom ’70s van like this, you’ll become the...

Want snarling V8 performance, megaphone sidepipe exhaust, and sleek curves that’ll turn heads...

Looking for an affordable vintage sports car you can drive regularly? This ’71 240Z could be just...

Looking for some Mopar muscle? Want something classier than the bare-bones rubber-mat Road Runner...

Talk about bare-bones minimal—the 2CV was designed for peasants in the French countryside. It’s...

The 280SL was always more of a wine & cheese picnic-mobile than a hard-cornering rally car. The...

This ’57 Ford Country Sedan Wagon has “not a speck of rust or filler anywhere” and “absolutely,...

This ’60 Impala bubble top is a fishbowl on wheels. It has a panoramic 360 degrees of visibility,...

Excellent examples of classic American trucks are all the rage in the collector car market these...

Looking for a car with more character than performance? Don’t mind getting wet when it rains? Then...

This may look like just your everyday ’57 Chevy project. But if you can see past the missing glass,...

When you think about NASCAR’s aero cars of the late 1960s and early 1970s, chances are you...

The seller says this 1973 Karmann Ghia convertible will need a little tuning, as it has been...

Jeeps like this one were among America’s first entries into the world of mechanized warfare, with...

Oldsmobile stepped out onto a limb in 1966 with its Toronado— the company’s first mass-produced...