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We check out some of the most interesting cars up for grabs right now!. The classic and collector car market is a fantastically diverse tapestry of vehicles from every breed and era. Delving into the classifieds reveals some real gems waiting to find a new home with both enthusiasts and serious collectors alike. Every week we’ll be highlighting the top cars in need of a new home that caught our eye.
That bucking Bronco could be a little flaccid in old age…. Thanks to OJ Simpson, every time someone in mainstream culture says anything about a 90s Ford Bronco, everyone automatically thinks of that low-speed highway “chase” scene. It’s even worse when a white Bronco like the one featured in the following video is featured, even though these things were everywhere back in the day. That’s really too bad, because the 5th generation Broncos weren’t completely horrible, even though they’re not looked at with nearly the same kind of nostalgia as the first and even the second generations.
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Risky Business has inspired quite a few people, especially teenagers who’ve dreamed of tooling around town in a hot Porsche, just like a young Tom Cruise. And while the 1979 Porsche 928 used in the film might not be considered as interesting to some as a 911 of the same vintage, the fact it’s a movie car certainly elevates it in the eyes of many. That’s why there’s building excitement about its upcoming auction.
The United Kingdom government has benevolently decided since motorcycle owners are choosing electrification options at too low of rates (which, let’s be honest is anything but 100%) it must force citizens to make the choice. That’s right, starting in 2035, the sale of any new motorcycle which burns anything other than your pants when the batteries spontaneously combust will be outlawed.
First one to say this isn’t a muscle car gets their man card taken away…. YouTuber Tedward drives a lot of cars, providing a POV experience while behind the wheel, along with some interesting commentary. The thing is the guy typically takes European and Japanese cars out for jaunts, skipping American muscle cars. Well, after plenty of complaints sent his way, the man decided to give American muscle a shot with a 1981 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 packing a Chevy 350ci V8 crate engine. The best part is he seems surprised by how much fun the Pontiac is to drive.
Warning, this post is going to hurt. Cars end up in salvage yards for all kinds of reasons, and it's always a shame when such a cool car like a GT-R ends up there. If you own one of these cars right now, you're holding a golden ticket, thanks to the chaos of the used car market, that is, unless you wreck it. These images should inspire you to drive a little slower in the rain and check the tread on your tires.
It's rare to even find a picture of a car of this caliber. Of all the original Shelby Cobras, the 427 S/C is the most legendary and desirable. A mere 29 of these semi-competition roadsters were constructed back then, so it’s entirely possible you haven’t seen one in real life. While there are some nice reproduction models out there, when it comes to collecting nothing beats having the original 1967 Shelby Cobra. One of the few made back in the 60s is now heading back to the market and it’s expected to fetch millions.
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Chevrolet produced a total of 500 pace car replicas in both coupe and convertible form, each signed personally by Fittipaldi at the Corvette's Bowling Green, KY plant. For the 2008 year model Corvette Pace Car, the cars were all similarly optioned. The package was officially called the RPO-Z4Z and offered a lot of value to drivers. They all rode on Z51 suspension, had two-toned seats, Q9V chrome wheels, NPP exhaust, and Indy 500 graphics package with the Indy Wing and Wheel emblem on the front lower fenders, embroidered headrests, decal package, and unique center caps on the wheels.
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Shelby wanted to create a Corvette-beater car when he set out to create the Cobra, and he did just that and threaten the prancing horse at the same time. During the 1963 USSRC season, the CSX2129 competed at the hand of Bob Bondurant and Ken Miles as the Shelby Cobra Team was putting the screws on Ferrari and completely dominating the Chevy Corvette.
You’ve probably already decided who’s winning this drag race between a 1971 Chevelle SS and a 1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass S for obvious reasons. After all, Chevelles are awesome, this one is packing a 454, and only nerds like Oldsmobiles, or something like that. But the thing is these cars aren’t stock since they’re competitors in the Factory Stock class for FAST drag racing. There are some rules about what kinds of mods are allowed, like no using a rear axle from a different manufacturer, but rest assured neither car is in factory configuration for this race. That’s what makes this competition a little more interesting.
Now and then a community of people will come together for the greater good to help someone less fortunate than themselves. When this rare occurrence does happen it can ignite within our fellow humans the spirit of love and giving. That is exactly what is happening for one young man in need of a guide dog due to his eyesight.
For years JDM cars have dominated the drift scene with their tight handling and advanced suspension. However, it's time for American cars to do what they do best, show off. This build does that and so much more. The basic formula for drifting is essentially high-horsepower, great handling, and an amazing driver. Of course, with much modification, this car delivers on all aspects of this equation. Drifting is an iconic artform in the automotive community and as such for this build to be successful it had to complement that spirit. This led the owner to choose one of America’s most famous muscle cars, the 1968 Dodge Charger.
Welcome to Clown World, where your clanky Hyundai Elantra with 200,000 miles on the odometer is worth a considerable sum. Yes, we’re talking about the ridiculous price inflation of used cars created by what some term “the perfect storm of conditions.” We’ve highlighted the possible drivers behind why you’ll be selling your firstborn for a crappy used car before, so if you missed those insightful reports and want to learn more about how we got to this point, check out our extensive reporting here and here and here.
If you’re like us, owning and operating a classic car museum would be a dream come true, like how normies fantasize about owning a charming bed and breakfast in some picturesque mountain valley somewhere. That’s why our ears perked up when we first heard that a classic car museum is looking for someone to run and manage it. The only catch is it’s in Chandigarh, India.
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A custom 2006 Pontiac GTO was stolen from a South Carolina dealership parking lot in broad daylight with surveillance cameras recording, and police don’t know what to do about it. That probably makes zero sense up front, but this bizarre story is like something out of a movie, although normally those big screen heists are for something more valuable than a $12,000 car. Still, it serves as a warning of how determined thieves can invent all sorts of ways to snag a car.
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And it just underwent a frame-up restoration. The last year of the second-generation model year, the 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray is the best of the line considering that it was given five years of refinements. The 1967 model year was intended to be an introductory year for the redesigned C3, but the third generation was postponed due to some traits left to be desired. GAA Classic Car Auctions is excited to offer the opportunity to own an incredible 1967 Corvette Sting Ray that is nothing less than flawless.
You need to get it in on this ultra-rare prancing horse. Just 599 total 2011 Ferrari 599 GTOs were produced with a mere 125 created for the United States market, and Ferrari of Newport Beach has one waiting on you. Making this even more exclusive and rare is the fact that it's a coupe, and one of only 125 ever made. This example is basically brand new with only 1,947 miles on the clock - it's just past the break-in period. If this 599 GTO tops your dream car list, it is listed at $799,800.
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With production lagging in 2021, this Corvette will surely end up on the rare side. 2021 is, let’s just say, an unprecedented year, following an even more unprecedented year. In case you missed it, the pandemic hit the US hard and shut down many businesses in 2020 as well as put a strain on the automotive industry, only to be amplified by a labor shortage. This has meant Corvette production has been...well, anyone's guess from one week to the next.
One car that many enthusiasts dream of owning from the muscle car era is a 1969 Camaro SS. Standing for Super Sport, the SS has stunning good looks mixed with big-block power. This fully restored 1969 Camaro Super Sport is finished in a menacing shade of red with a black vinyl top. It has recently undergone a bumper-to-bumper restoration that includes $20,000 of engine-performance upgrades, a show-quality paint job, and a perfect muscle car interior. A four-speed Muncie gearbox offers quick and smooth shifts and a Positraction rear end helps put the power coming from the 350-cid engine to the ground. This 1969 Camaro would be perfect for the Saturday night cruise or cars and coffee or even as a daily driver. All you have to do to enter for the chance to win this car is make a generous donation to Dream Giveaway.