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Posts by: Jim Motavalli

Navy Captain Zach Marcus spent 10 years has been building the ultimate 2010 Camaro 2SS/RS. He's on active duty and selling his creation.

A Florida car-builder is offering a half-done replica of Tesla's outrageous electric Cybertruck. But it's powered by a 454 V-8.

Carlo Ferrari styled the cute-as-a-bug Italian-built Ferves off-road runabout now on eBay. But he’s not related to that other Ferrari.

The Lambo tractor is not going to set speed records. But it will do a great job of plowing your fields.

A virtually new example of the Taycan 4S, with only 502 miles, is now bid to $90,000.

The beautiful 1965 Falcon Wagon available on eBay not only boasts a 289-cubic-inch V-8 but also just 21,000 miles on the odometer.

The 1971 Intermeccanica Italia for sale on eBay looks like an Italian supercar of the period. Under the hood, it’s all Ford.

The 1989 Lamborghini Countach has 1,431 miles on the odometer. It's a bargain at $374,900, the Buy-It-Now price on eBay Motors.

With a DCT or double clutch, there’s practically no downtime. The next gear is already preselected for when the transmission shifts.

Only about 400 copies of the 1980 Porsche 911 Weissach edition were sold in the U.S. A prime platinum metallic example is available now.

Here's a complete rundown (from 1953 to 2020) of eight generations of the Corvette, "America's sports car."

A 1990 Cadillac Brougham hearse was mounted on the chassis of a rear-wheel-drive K10 truck.

Post-war Jeepney buses, based in the Willys Jeep CJ-2A, used the colorful style of jitneys from the Philippines.

VW bugs presented an opportunity for startup coachworks to create new bodies in fiberglass.

The truck represents the historical roots of hot-rodding.

The Civic wasn’t a luxury car, but it was what many Americans wanted.

The car was in as-new condition with just 1,748 miles on the odometer.

There are about 500,000 people who put down a deposit and are waiting for a Tesla Model 3. But maybe there's a way to skip the line.

Retro, based in Poland, makes aluminum bodies for rare Jaguars—and sells them all over the world.

The Ferrari-like car is a tribute to its creator, who was a gardener—not an engineer.

Restoration of the small, German surf-style wagon was a labor of love.