Offering four doors, 4WD, and appreciably low miles, this little Chevy pickup could be the last vehicle you’d ever…
In near time-capsule condition, this '90s Fox body with a 5.0 and five-speed drivetrain makes a case for an…
This special edition wears metallic gold paint and Formula V Turtleback alloys.
The seller claims this car was a cold weather tester, left behind in the States following MG Rover’s collapse.
This was once a car for people who felt that 'Miata' isn’t always the answer.
The Tahoe Special Service SUV package adds heavy-duty components to the stalwart Chevy 4X4.
Boasting just a little over 58,000 miles on the clock, this classy Jag is claimed to still drive like new.
This classic Volvo looks pleasantly worn in the same way as a comfortable pair of old jeans.
Built by Centurion Vehicles Inc., these big trucks gave Ford an answer to Chevy’s Suburban.
This resto-mod offers SBC power but needs a few finishing touches.
While far from perfect, a new top and shiny paint make this E30 look pretty good to passersby.
Not just a fun-in-the-sun-when-you-want-it Targa, this 991 also features an uber-rare seven-speed stick.
This Sahara Edition YJ has done less than 23,000 miles; its seller says there is “None better!”
The seller says the car runs but needs its twin SUs rebuilt to do so reliably.
This sport ute’s calling card is its Trail Team Special Edition package that goes the TRD edition one better.
Appreciably low mileage and a clean presentation are this Chrysler’s biggest draws.
Rare when new, there are even fewer of these engaging sedans left around today.
According to the seller, this custom did time at SEMA and appeared on magazine covers.
This full-dress tourer is designed to eat up the interstate while making its riders as comfortable as possible.
AWD and third-row seating makes this Mercedes a viable alternative to the more typical crossover.