The problem with being a gearhead is that it occasionally mixes quite well with a hoarder mentality. This seller is no exception, having amassed a collection of at least a couple dozen bikes, and they’re all for sale. The great thing about bikes, you can fit a whole lot of them in the same space as just a single car.…
I’m in moving this week, which means I must physically wrestle all the junk that I have no idea why I kept. I don’t need more stuff. I need to rid myself of stuff. But I will make an exception if you buy me this championship-winning Cadillac DPi-V.R for my birthday. I don’t have one of those, and it’s for sale!
The Porsche 944 is one of the greatest cars of all time, thanks to its impeccably balanced chassis that is a true joy to throw around back roads and race tracks. Yet there’s something missing from a stock 944—the ability to just run right over whatever you please. This off-road “Forsche” fixed that.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again; our roads have become far too gloomy and serious. Parking lots are filled with a kind of grayscale sadness thanks to the prevalence of white, black and silver paint on cars. Bright colors are rare, and non-metallic pastels? Forget about it. That’s sad, because this lilac…
I can’t legally stop you from spending 30,000 green US dollars on this beautiful 31-year-old low-mile Toyota midship runabout, but I must implore you not to. Found on Craigslist in Indianapolis is this one-owner sports car with an incredible minimalist interior, excellent handling, and the coolest angular 80s styling…
Mazda has one of the most esoteric collections of cars in the basement of their Southern California facility, and they’re looking to expand that collection with perhaps the strangest car they’ve ever produced: The Mazda Millenia S. With a supercharged Miller-cycle 2.3-liter V6 engine, this large front-wheel-drive…
As long as people have been selling cars, they’ve also been knowing what they have. This isn’t just an internet-age problem, either. Sellers know more than you, and have done for a very long time. If you’re going to low-ball them, don’t even bother calling, because their ratty and rusty old Jeep is VERY RARE.
Everything about this ‘Kustom’-ized George Barris Ferrari screams early 1980s car culture harder than naming Chrysler’s Aries and Reliant Car of the Year. The caramel brownie motif is totally mondo when slathered over custom wide bodywork and a set of extra-wide gold Epsilon/Southern Ways mesh wheels.
Ferrari’s 400i is a mess of a car from a design standpoint. Its front-engine proportions are about as inelegant as cowboy boots in a ballroom. The gaping grille is too low and too wide, and the giant slab of a hood is bigger than my dining room table. Even the pop-up headlights— and we love pop-up headlights here—are…
Doug’s Cadillac in Washington state somehow managed to get their hands on a 2007 Cadillac CTS-V with only 108 miles on the odometer. Although I suspect time travel, I’ll let it slide for now. I must learn your secrets, Doug.
Earlier this week there were three concurrent tropical storms, including the most powerful Atlantic storm ever recorded, which is following up another storm that had just battered Texas. The only thing to do to prepare is to buy this 1978 Datsun 6x6 pickup truck.
Contrary to Porsche’s official hum-hawing about whether the new 2018 911 GT2 RS will exist in real life outside of Forza Motorsport 7, someone on Bloomberg Posh claims to already have an allocation—and wants to sell it for $160,000 over what Porsche is charging for the car. Terrifying speed doesn’t come cheap. [Update…
It’s here. It’s finally here. The first Honda Civic Type R to legally hit our shores is here. And it’s up for auction.
Ferraris are expensive, in case you weren’t aware. This one here is currently on sale in Québec for $1.6 million. Tabernac de crisse de calisse de ostie!
You know that saying about the things we own, and how they eventually end up owning us? For 60-year-old Mike Hall, who owns a collection of over 340 cars, this may very well be the case.
In Yellowstone National Park’s earlier days, there was a battle between outfits vying to be the official transportation provider throughout the park’s massive acreage. Apparently the Yellowstone Park and Transportation Company was the most successful, thanks in part to this White Model 706 bus-SUV hybrid thing.
Remember “Hector?” The guy who was “too slow to make away with the money, man” at the first street race in the first Fast & Furious movie? No? Maybe?
Sometimes movies give us a glimpse into an alternate reality or some possible future. Even the worst of these movies typically offer a look at what the people of these worlds drive. Sometimes the cars are cool, and sometimes they’re a Lexus concept you forgot about in 2002's Minority Report.
Hennessey Performance Engineering is currently the only tuner in North America who owns their own test track—but that could change for the right buyer. Lonestar Motorsports Park, the IHRA-sanctioned quarter-mile drag strip next to Hennessey’s headquarters in Sealy, Texas, is up for sale.
A 35.5 percent stake in Formula One held by CVC Capitol Partners could could have a new owner soon, according to a report by The Sun. Bernie Ecclestone runs the sport for CVC, so could this also be a sign that the 85-year-old may retire soon?