For some reason the car companies haven't returned the full-size two-door SUVs to the market, and so 4x4s like this 1990 GMC Jimmy 1500 became an instant classic. One of the last few years before GM shut the book on these vehicles, this comes with great modern feature like fuel-injection and a comfortable A/C interior, but it never loses the big V8 or removable fiberglass roof that have made th...
With its stare inducing look and a powerful, responsive drivetrain that prompted Car and Driver to note "Give this car the spurs and it's exhilarating," this 2006 Maserati Coupe Cambiocorsa would be a great acquisition for a true performance enthusiast who also appreciates unabridged luxury, as this car has both in abundance. Clad in very sharp blue metallic paint, this Maserati is an eminently...
This 1933 Ford 3-Window Coupe is a very well-crafted take on the vintage Ford model that's been the coveted foundation for many street rod projects over the years. It checks all the proverbial boxes that matter most with its magnetic curb appeal, nicely appointed interior and strong running drivetrain. The finished overall appearance of this coupe makes a great first impression. It's got a grea...
If you are looking for an affordable hobby car, you really should spend some time with the C3 Corvettes. Nothing's more recognizable on the street and cars like this low-mileage 1977 'Vette offer perhaps the biggest bang for the buck in the motoring universe. Great looks, plenty of performance, and luxury that makes it easy to drive every day. This is a fast, fun hobby car that won't clean out ...
This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L36 convertible is an example of Chevy's American sports car in its finest vintage droptop form and condition. It's a true, numbers-matching gem in all respects, harboring original big block power under the hood, as well the same showstopping original exterior color and well-appointed interior it began life with. Fire it up and you'll find this classic is in fine ru...
Year: 2015, Make: Jeep, Model: Wrangler, Mileage: 52200, VIN: 1C4BJWDG8FL665848
Mileage: 8,817, VIN: 3GCPCSEC8HG409505, Stock Number: HG409505, Color: Silver Ice Metallic, Engine: 8-Cylinder, Doors: 4, Drivetrain: Rear-Wheel Drive, Transmission: Automatic transmission, Seller Notes: TEXAS EDITION,WHEELS; 20" X 9" (50.8 CM X 22.9 CM) CHROME,LTZ PLUS PACKAGE,ENHANCED DRIVER ALERT PACKAGE,SEATING; HEATED AND VENTED PERFORATED LEATHER-APPOINTED FRONT BUCKET,SEATS; FRONT FULL-F...
Talk about a sharp looking classic sports car! This 1969 Triumph Spitfire carries all those aesthetic refinements its manufacturer lavished upon its model as the decade was about to come to a close. It's logged only a little over 2200 miles since a very thorough restoration, a two-year process that was completed just last year and documented with plenty of build receipts. That compact, clean wh...
Vintage sports cars are fairly rarely sighted on the road, but this 1960 Triumph TR3 is a veritable unicorn on wheels. Its cool factor is absolutely through the roof and it will pull up with a British Motor Heritage Trust Certificate on board to back up its noble lineage. After crossing the Atlantic directly from England, it landed in California and luckily, it stuck around. Just a few years ba...
How about some all-terrain surefootedness combined with plenty of comfort that'll come in handy for more commonly encountered driving situations? This 1982 Jeep CJ7 Laredo has you covered on both accounts - it's equally at home on the asphalt as it is on paths less travelled, with fresh power and four-wheel drive agility just a flick of the lever away. It will arrive at its next destination wit...
Its military heritage is obvious right away - there's no doubt this 1990 Jeep Wrangler is one capable looking ride. That rugged outer shell combines with a host of improvements its manufacturer heaped onto the model to up both its ride comfort and handling capabilities. And as far as actual off-roading is concerned, this Wrangler will have you covered and then some. It's sporting seriously upgr...
You may see a vintage woody wagon on the road from time to time, but this 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon would prompt anyone to do a double take. It's the result of an unusually thorough and exacting build, with lavish attention paid to even the smallest details both inside and out. Combine this with a strong running and driving condition and you have an iconic classic that stands out in even the mos...
You don't often come across a classic, performance centric ride offering what this 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT can. It's logged only 26,117 miles - just over two years' worth of driving, by most standards - and will arrive at its next destination with a clean history report as proof that it's led an easy life. As the mid-'90s approached, Ford was becoming keenly aware that its existing generati...
It features all those striking vintage styling cues that made its model so sought-after decades ago, while boasting a few aftermarket add-ons to up its outstanding curb appeal even further. This 1970 Ford Mustang Restomod shows what the essence of restomodding is all about - it offers both a great driving experience and a supremely comfortable, well-appointed interior. As the '60s gave way to t...
Sure, for any true car enthusiast, the mere sight of an antique car nine decades old that's made it through the years is a happy one, but this 1928 Ford Model A 2 Door Sedan takes that happiness to a much higher level. This charming call back to the formative years of the auto industry has received a skillful and thorough restoration both inside and out and carries the documentation to prove it...
With just 42,897 actual miles in its rear view mirror, this 1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 looks and drives great - which should come as no surprise. The rock-solid mechanical components on this sharp looking drop top have not only powered legions of Mustangs over the years but have also served as the foundation for countless aftermarket projects due to their consistent dependability. This '93 closed...
The Boss 302 is a huge part of classic Mustang history but, as improbable as it may seem, the car buying public only had about two years during which to nab one, making this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 especially compelling. It's sporting massive curb appeal, with a high-impact, properly configured exterior you have to see to fully appreciate and comes complete with a Marti report to testify tha...
Not only did the Model A make a name for itself by ably following up on the success of its predecessor, the Model T - arguably the most pivotal car of them all - but over the years it's become a "go to" foundation for legions of street rod enthusiasts to build upon. With its distinctive form dressed in an eye-catching color, this 1929 Ford Model Roadster is a fine example of such handiwork. Whi...
This 1949 Ford F1 Restomod is just a flat awesome truck. It's outfitted for maximum curb appeal and, with some great modern upgrades added to the mix, provides an outstanding driving experience as well. Plus, it's logged just 8,000 miles since its build, so it holds the promise of many future fun-filled miles for its next lucky owner. It's pretty hard not to stare when this F1 comes into view. ...
This 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback is one fine example of this pivotal model in all of its late first-generation glory. It's in top notch running condition, looks great and some well-chosen aftermarket touches make it equally suited for drawing admiring glances out on the road as it would be creating a stir on the local car show circuit. It's quite a looker - the Candy Apple red paint with black a...