Vintage Audis have two reputations: they are absolute monsters to drive in the winter and they are impossible to find nowadays in running, working condition for reasonable money. Well, friends, take a look at this $750 of frail German steel.
Just because you can do something doesn’t necessarily mean you should do it. This is how I feel about this 1971 Porsche 914 with a 350 Chevy V8 engine selling on Craigslist right now for $9900.
This is a Craigslist post from Rhode Island selling a 1993 Mazda Protege. That shouldn’t be a big deal. But this Protege, while it appears to be in quite good shape, is missing something. Specifically, it’s missing well over a foot and a half of Mazda Protege. And, what makes it even more incredible is that this fact…
Bro, get your shit together and buy this turbo, narrowbody, purple Mitsubishi Starion. Each passing minute is as sand in an hourglass, only once all the sand is down at the bottom, instead of an hour having passed, it is your life that has passed you by, your Starion Life, your life of turbo boosted speed.
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.…
WWII connoisseurs looking to add some old vehicles to their collection, rejoice: you can now nab a beautiful 1942 Jeep Willys on Craigslist if you’re up to making the trip down to the El Paso area.
“Funny” Craigslist car sale ads: overdone? Surely. But every now and then one rises above the rest and becomes a work of literary genius—even if it was pretty obviously created by machines instead of humans.
There’s nothing you can’t find on Craigslist, whether it be an obscure car you’ve been dying to buy, or even just the reassurance that you’re not having as bad a day as someone else. This listing for might tick both of those boxes if you’re in the market for a 1997 Acura TL.
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.
Yo dawg, I heard you like famous cars. Pimp My Ride was one of most whimsical delights to come out of 2000s-era MTV. Now for just $1,400, you can now own a piece of television history in the form of a heavily modified 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Expresso. Small catch: it could use a solid re-pimping.
I can feel the reverberations getting stronger, pulling my hands closer to the keys. Corolla. Model year 1974 to 1985. Sort by: newest. In a flash I am here, 2,800 miles and $2,800 dollars away from this rusty Toyota Corolla SR-5 hardtop. I know must not buy it. Simultaneously: I want nothing more than to buy it.
The air-cooled vintage Porsche market is little bonkers lately, with some folks paying upwards of six-figures or more for some rare specimen. Well, if you have a desire for an old Porsche but are working with a modest budget here is your chance, just make sure you get a tetanus shot.
For the most part, the best affordable cars seem to spring up on Facebook Marketplace, but for whatever reason CL is holding out in Montana. It has one of the most implausibly amazing set of listings I’ve ever seen.
Rust sometimes makes a car look just a tad better. It gives the car a bit of personality and this 1968 VW Type 2 pickup on Craigslist is no exception. I think it’d actually look a little more mundane if all the paint was in order.
Craigslist, for all intents and purposes, is a great place. It’s where you can find sketchy new roommates, put out feelers for used vacuum cleaners and perhaps flip that lawnmower you stole from you neighbor for cash real quick. And, apparently, it’s a place where you can find used Porsche 959s!
In this week’s installment of “All The Craigslist Shitboxes Readers Have Been Tempting Me With Lately,” we begin by looking at a 1993 Plymouth Voyager that’s missing a bit of thorax.
1989 was a great time for American sports cars, from the Mercedes SL to the Cadillac Allante, nearly every manufacturer seems to be making sporty two-seaters.
We see all kinds of car-selling scams on Craigslist, and some are clever, some are just confusing, and some are even subtle. Not this one. This one seems about as subtle as a cinder block wrapped in strips of pink, fresh Nova Scotia salmon.
A Washington car collector named Ralph found a lot of five Daimler SP250s at an estate sale, and now those cars—which had been stored on shelves in a warehouse for quite some time—are for sale on Craigslist.