• 1971 Fiat 500L

    1971 Fiat 500L1

    Not all Italian classic cars are megabuck speed demons. The Fiat 500 is a car that is very definitely Italian and while not the fastest car, it exudes charm and is remarkably fun to drive.

  • 1934 Lincoln K Town Sedan V12

    1934 Lincoln K Town Sedan V121

    A big, elegant 1934 Lincoln K Town Sedan powered by a V12 engine, and in decent condition, sounds like one of those pricey classics that you’d see going well into six figures at a collector-car auction in Monterey.

  • 1982 Fiat Spider

    1982 Fiat Spider3

    Yes, I wish the person selling this 1982 Fiat Spider provided more information in the advertisement on ClassicCars.com’s marketplace site.

  • 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

    1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer4

    This 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is truly grand. The 25-year-old example of the first full-size American luxury SUV is said to be a rare rust-free survivor that benefitted from an easy life in a dry climate.

  • 1962 Shelby Cobra

    1962 Shelby Cobra1

    On January 22, 2011, Carroll Shelby announced the introduction of the Shelby Cobra CSX 8000, a continuation of the original Shelby Cobra. Only 50 were produced and all the cars were committed to and sold within 48 hours of the announcement.

  • 1973 Jaguar XJ6

    1973 Jaguar XJ60

    When the Jaguar XJ6 was introduced in 1968, the brochure titled “Enter the Private World of the Jaguar XJ6” perfectly summed up these cars.

  • 1965 Mercury Comet Caliente

    1965 Mercury Comet Caliente4

    You gotta love sleepers. This 1965 Mercury Comet Caliente hardtop might not technically be called a sleeper since it is a high-performance version of the midsize Mercury of the era.

  • 1947 Bentley MK VI ‘Black Adder 6’ Special

    1947 Bentley MK VI ‘Black Adder 6’ Special3

    Since we switched from Pick of the Week to Pick of the Day and convinced Bob Golfen to let the rest of the staff share in the fun, I’ve focused on cars being sold by owners and on cars that seemed reasonably affordable.

  • 1979 Toyota Celica Supra

    1979 Toyota Celica Supra0

    For too many years, conventional car-guy wisdom determined that Japanese cars would never rise to the level of collectability, and that the late 1970s and ’80s were wastelands of forgettable vehicles.

  • 1980 BMW M1

    1980 BMW M12

    Hand-built between 1978 and 1981 as a homologation special for sports-car racing is the iconic, mid-engine BMW M1, considered to be the one and only exotic supercar ever built by the Bavarian automaker.


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