A Bavarian bought a C1 Alpina in late 1981 and wrecked it. So he bought a new 323 and swapped in tuning parts from the original car.
Who owned this elegant 1959 Mark IX Jaguar sedan for sale on eBay? None other than Tommy Chong, half of the comedy duo Cheech and Chong.
Most folks will assume that the Autovilla compact motorhome is the product of a backyard builder. That's not the case.
What do you get when you put 600 hours of work on a rare 1992 Land Rover Defender? This stellar and stylish adventure machine.
The Mercedes-Benz 280SL represents the pinnacle of the “Pagoda.” This 1970 example, with only 4,497 miles, was owned by a rock legend.
The 2002 is a favorite with collectors. The Touring hatchback model adds a bit more practicality for larger loads.
Alfa Romeo launched the body style in 1963. The curvaceous design was by Giorgetto Giugiaro, the Italian genius of the period.
Everything about this 1967 Austin London cab looks good: its two-tone blue-and-white paint, amber “taxi” light, and ultra-roomy cabin.
This stunning Cement Gray Beetle uses black oxidized and powder coat finishes. And Cerakote, a coating commonly used on firearms.
This Dormobile is both a capable overlanding machine and a handsome show-worthy example of automotive history.
The Allard M-1 was always rare—just 499 were produced. Only about 60 exist now, including the shining example on eBay.
Rolls-Royce cars that originally cost hundreds of thousands of dollars can be had for the price of a pre-owned Camry.
The talk show host takes one look at the Morris Minor Traveller, inhales its lingering 1960 aroma, and exclaims, “This is punk rock.”
The ultimate version of the Ferrari 488 supercar is the Pista. It gets oomph from the most powerful V-8 engine in Ferrari history.