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Archive for: October, 2011

The story of this 2008 Tesla Roadster electric sports car can be told by the numbers.  Let’s start...

Plymouth’s Road Runner is a great car, but it’s known for being a little spartan. What to do if...

Are you interested in reviving an Italian supercar with a top speed of 165 mph? This 1967...

Lincoln produced the first Continental Mark IV in 1959, only to revive the nameplate in 1972 after...

This 1967 Sunbeam Alpine convertible is reportedly a great driver, although it was stored for some...

Ford sold over 100,000 pickups in 1954, but few were destined to survive five decades of hard work,...

Few muscle cars live up to the hyperbole that comes with the territory, but Shelby’s 1968 GT500 KR...

Since 1955, the Crown has stood as Toyota’s full-size luxury line, but 1971 was the last year for...

In the market for a stately, quiet, and comfortable English cruiser? The seller of this 1959 Jaguar...

While many pre-World War II cars have been built, chopped and rodded, pre-war trucks also get a lot...

Buyers in the market for cheap performance have any number of options available to them. But if...

This 1970 Commando proudly displays forty years of patina on every surface, but the straight,...

If you’re looking for a car that will get attention every time you take it out, look no further...

This 1960 Healey roadster was re-done in 2006 to a high standard, and it looks like a very clean,...

Chevrolet built over 200,000 Impala wagons in 1964 alone, but they’re far from common today. Their...

Fullsize GM cars from the ’60s have a huge following, thanks to high production numbers, clean...

Alfa Romeo’s Duetto production technically lasted only from 1966 through 1967, but the following...

Nothing’s more American than a tire-melting ’60s GTO, and you don’t need to spend $40k to get a fun...

A Russian Lada within the borders of the United States is a rare sight indeed. This 1984 sedan...

Classic American pickups have become really hot in the market over the past few years. And before...

Over 21 million Volkswagen Beetles were built between 1938 and 2003. It’s pretty hard to go anywhere...