With a stone stock appearance and a 496 cubic-inch stroker motor, sleepers don't come much more potent than this rare 1970 Dodge Polara.

For less than half the price of the average new car, this Chevrolet S-10 has four-wheel drive, tons of charm, and little else.

Like the street rods that inspired it, the Plymouth Prowler was built more for show than speed. The Mulholland Edition is rare.

In Sport Deluxe trim, the Acadian Beaumont is the equivalent of a Chevelle Super Sport. This convertible is a rare find in fine shape.

The Jeep Grand Wagoneer was the first luxury SUV. This 1986 survivor has the beloved woodgrain trim.

The 1939 Buick Special features a straight-eight Dynaflash engine, a cavernous interior, and timeless Art Deco-inspired design.

Chevrolet marked the end of C3 production with the hatchback 1982 Corvette Collector Edition. It oozes with style.

West Coast Choppers reimagined this 1957 Chevy Nomad Handyman Wagon. We explain why it isn’t your typical go-fast V-8 wagon.

General Motors invented the hot rod SUV. The GMC Typhoon’s turbo 4.3-liter V-6 delivers 280 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque.

Magnum Motor Coach built approximately 500 four-door Magnum Broncos over a decade. This 1990 XLT is an excellent example.

Dodge offered the 1971 Super Bee with a 300-horsepower four-barrel 383 Magnum V-8. That's what still runs in this handsome survivor.

Few automobiles reflect the budding jet age and post-war prosperity of the early 1950s like the Buick Roadmaster.

The Nash Statesman's streamliner, Art Deco-inspired design begs for more power. This blue beauty sports a 500 cubic-inch Cadillac V-8.

The classic shorty van—a full-size van with a short wheelbase—is back in vogue. Older vans are less complicated and simple to work on.

The extended-range electric Cadillac ELR coupe represents the pinnacle of Cadillac’s Art and Science design era.

Launched in 1972, the Mazda B-Series-based Ford Courier stood out from the crowd with a front end inspired by the F-100.

In the 1980s, one of the scariest things you could encounter on the highway was a Ford Mustang SSP police car.

Arguably the first modern crossover, the ground-breaking AMC Eagle's innovative formula remains popular today.

Predecessor to the best-selling Cutlass Supreme, the Oldsmobile F-85 was equipped with a 215 cubic-inch aluminum "Rockette" engine.

With two doors on the passenger side and only a driver’s door on the left, three-door Chevrolet Suburbans are increasingly rare.

The three-row Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser's factory-installed glass roof panels turn every road into a scenic route.