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Archive for: April, 2012

This Australian Falcon XB looks like a cross between a Dodge Challenger and a Ford Ranchero from...

Luxo-barge or muscle car? Chevrolet’s first-generation Monte Carlo has a great silhouette with its...

This 1959 Land Cruiser is an extremely rare FJ25, predecessor to the more familiar FJ40. It wears...

It’s wonderful, and sad, to see the Think City electric car show up on eBay. I had a blast driving...

This classic Beetle is a 2004 model-year car, built in Mexico—the Bug’s final year worldwide. The...

NAPCO four-wheel-drive truck conversions from the 1950s aren’t particularly common these days, but...

This first-year Charger looks like an impressively original car with some extremely desirable...

Maserati’s Ghibli combines elegant aerodynamic styling and track-pounding performance  at quarter...

It’s not every day that a former Bonneville Salt Flats record holder comes up on eBay Motors. This...

This 1950 Chevy pickup looks like a clean, classy work truck. We love the slate blue paint, baby...

The fourth generation Lincoln Continental (1961–69) was so popular it garnered spots in television...

The second installment of eBay Motors’ award-winning web series modJOBS just made its debut with a...

This ’72 MG looked like a steal when we spotted it at a bid of $2,100 with no reserve, and...

The 1980s were not a high-water mark in terms of automotive design. This ’86 Pontiac Grand Prix...

These early CJs always seem to die as rusted-out farm vehicles, or when they get restored, end up...

This 1939 Graham Model 97 sedan will stand out anywhere you take it. Blinding Glacier White paint...

We’d love to see this ’66 Stout put back on stock-sized black steelies and lowered just a touch....

Enter for your change to win $10,000 from eBay Motors: Uncle Sam’s Garage

I love this Comet mostly for its sky-high nose and relocated rear axle. It has an all-business look...

Aston Martin’s V8 Vantage Volante is a legitimate member of the supercar club — said to be...

It’s pretty easy to find Impalas, Bel Airs, Galaxies, and Fairlanes at car shows and cruise-ins. But...