For more than 30 years, wherever he moved, he brought the Corvette along—vowing one day to restore its beauty.
The concept has been a non-starter but we may yet enjoy swivel seats in our cars.
The vehicle controls—including the throttle and brakes—were mounted on the steering column, allowing drivers to stand.
In 2015, Rutledge Wood asked Randy Allgood to work on cars for the History Channel’s “Lost in Transmission.”
By Gary LieberJul 21
The 1951 Ford two-door chop-top coupe can hit 150 miles per hour.
By Jim MotavalliJun 27
“It’s been under my watchful eye since 1986,” said owner Al Wolf of Kings Park, New York.
By Jim MotavalliJun 12
On top of being fully loaded with 638 horsepower, the Corvette was ordered for NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
By Mark BachMay 18
“People tell me this is the car that GM should have made in the first place,” said the owner.
By Benjamin HuntingMay 9
Only six were ever built. One of them is now being offered on eBay Motors.
By Nina RussinFeb 7
The builders of this ’67 Camaro RS/SS pro-touring ragtop did everything right.
By Nina RussinFeb 1
The more powerful engine, Muncie tranny, special hood, and other factory options add value to this classic muscle car.
By Nina RussinJan 18
Vehicles competed in 17 classes, of which four cars won highest accolades.
By Benjamin HuntingJan 12
With this Chevy van Snowcat conversion, you can get the kids to school in a blizzard. Or use it as an ice-fishing rig.
By Mark BachJan 3
eBay Motors caught up with Rydell at the recent Goodguys Southwest Nationals in Scottsdale, Ariz
By Jim MotavalliDec 14
The listing calls the car “incredibly rare and significant,” and it’s not hyperbole.
By Nina RussinDec 7
The 1960 CERV 1 set the stage for future generations of Corvettes with a long list of innovations.
By Mark BachDec 5
When Jeff Gordon's crew chief had a chance to buy the Impala from American Graffiti, it was an easy decision.