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Featured listing: 1996 Ford Mustang Cobra SVT

The 1996 Mustang Cobra was created to fix the performance issues. The Mustang Mach III 4.6 finally came to market, albeit with 305 ponies and 300 lb.-ft of torque.

Featured listing: All The Right Curves – Ford F-100

over the years, the 1956 Ford F100 became much more attractive and popular. This was no longer the cast aside like an unwanted child

Featured listing: Crazy About A Mercury – 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon

This ClassicCars.com Marketplace featured listing is a 1951 Mercury Woody Wagon for sale in Palm Springs, California. The surf might not be up out in...

Featured listing – Bring Your “A” Game – 1971 Dodge Super Bee

The second generation, 1971 Dodge Super Bee hit all the right marks. This was based on the newly designed, 1971 Dodge Charger.

Featured listing: Age Defying At 50 – 1970 GMC 1500

In its own way, the 1970 GMC Custom 1500 was doing the same thing – filling a hole in the marketplace. GM had been producing trucks since the beginning of time, or so it seems.

Featured listing: Nearly Flawless – 1965 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette had an attitude that fit right in with newspaper headlines. In order for this sports car to be credible, it had to deliver the goods.

Featured listing: Status Symbol – 1930 Pierce-Arrow Club Sedan Model B

Alongside Pierce-Arrow, Peerless and Packard were the standouts in the new form of transportation. Pierce-Arrow was known for big engines. But, big is sort of an understatement.

Featured listing: Re-living History – 1909 Overland 38 Touring

The 1909 Overland 38 Touring car came at a time of forward-thinking people, exploration, and opportunities.

Featured listing: Rocket Van – 1962 Ford Econoline Van

Certainly, the 1962 Ford Econoline Van is an expression of that movement, but it wasn’t the only point of reference.

Featured listing: A Sexy Senior – 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII

In fact, 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII grew nearly five inches longer and four inches wider than the preceding Mark VII.

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