This kit car looks the part but lacks the provenance of a famous sports car maker name.
While some work is needed, the seller says the car runs and drives, so “the basics are there.”
Possessing a convertible roof and a factory hardtop makes this Mercedes a four-season classic.
The Crossroad package offers AWD, while the four-cylinder engine provides family-friendly fuel economy.
The front clip and cat’s eye tail lamps from a 1950 Ford fit surprisingly well on this Mercury hauler.
The ad describes the sporty Spider as “100% Survivor” and “ALL original.”
This two-seater’s range-topping John Cooper Works package imbues it with 208 horsepower and some handling tweaks.
Originally offered as part of Dodge’s 1970s “Adult Toy” line, the Warlock is just one of the company’s classic…
A turbo-diesel engine and manual gearbox make this SWB wagon stand out from the crowd.
The jaunty basket-handle greenhouse distinguished the Z-7 from the standard two-door.
The Mondial cabriolet is the only mid-engine 2+2 convertible Ferrari has ever produced.
A manual transmission and mid-stream engine replacement may allow us to overlook this van’s high mileage.
A rebuilt and upgraded motor and an amazingly all-original interior are two of this classic Fiat’s draws.
The seller says they received the car non-running as part of a package deal and have since sorted it out.
Summer is almost over, but there’s still time to buy and enjoy this seemingly well-sorted roadster.
The seller of this battle-scarred veteran ’Vette admits they don’t have the time to make it right.
With just 29,000 miles to its name, this Stratus is probably the nicest one left outside of a museum.
Recent maintenance work and lots of amenities make this hot Volvo a cool car.
Built by TEAL in the UK, this hand-built replica is about as close to a real Bugatti as most of us will get.