As the AutoHunter website continues to grow in popularity, the variety of vehicles grows as well. This week I decided to pick cars from various categories to show there’s something on the online auction site for every kind of collector.
With the E38 7 Series, BMW took its top luxury sedan to the next level in comfort and options and had really started to offer a car that was as god as the Mercedes-Benz S Class, but that also offered a more sporting driving experience.
This specific car is an end-of-the-run 2001 model finished in Titanium Silver over a black leather interior. The car looks to be absolutely immaculate having covered 82,000 miles from new and appears to present a tremendous value on the European luxury market today.
The Chrysler TC by Maserati is a polarizing car but one for which I have always had a secret soft spot. I like the styling of these cars and the interiors look fantastic. It has just enough Italian DNA to make it work for me and the prices for these cars are very affordable.
This specific car, finished in Exotic Red clearcoat over a black leather interior and with only 21,000 miles from new is a true collectors quality example.
If you want a touring car with Italian heritage and inexpensive running costs this Chrysler TC by Maserati might perfectly fit the bill.
The Mustang Cobra was a very special car from the get go. Built by Ford’s SVT (Special Vehicles Team) group, these were the highest-performance Mustangs of the era and were the 1990s equivalent of the classic Boss Mustang.
This specific car is part of a special run of cars painted in Mystic Clearcoat Metallic, has been kept completely stock, and has covered 72,000 miles from new.
This car would be a shining star in its class at any Mustang gathering and offers a lot of performance for the dollar.
This 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer edition, finished in Electric Red with Tucson Bronze paint over a Medium Mocha leather interior, is a great example of the iconic — and at that point — final series of the Ford Broncos that began in the 1970s.
This truck looks to be in excellent condition despite having 176,000 miles on the clock.
Broncos of this era are most definitely on the rise and this nice looking example could end up being a perfect car to buy and use that due to the higher mileage could end op being a bit of a bargain.
Of course, the vehicles I’ve selected to feature this weekend are only a few of those available on the AutoHunter site, which is driven by ClassicCars.com.