Of all the classic cars choices out there, few are as easy and fun to drive, enjoy, and maintain on a daily basis than the Volkswagen Beetle. Because of these facts we are hard pressed to think of a better way to enter the classic car world than the classic VW Beetle. Continue reading
The Pick of the Day may not be a classic car, per se, or what you might call a bona fide exotic, but it is something special and rare and, well, pretty cool for any number of reasons. Continue reading
The person selling this 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air notes that, “It’s like riding in a time machine,” albeit a time machine that “cruises at 70 without a problem.” Continue reading
The Pick of the Day is a rare and valuable antique, an early 20th Century steam-powered touring car that would fit right in at the Big Dog Garage of Jay Leno, who is well-known as a steam-car enthusiast.
The 1911 Stanley Steamer offered by a classic car dealer in Fredericksburg, Virginia, is said to be in tip-top condition and ready to hit the road whenever it builds up a head of steam.
The first-generation Camaro is one of the most iconic collector cars, the 1969 model year is one of the most sought after. This particular car seems to have been beautifully restored from and boasts a 604-cubic- inch Dahmer powertrain V8 that produces approximately 750 horsepower. Continue reading
As the story goes, one of Volvo’s co-founders, Assar Gabrielsson, visited the United States in the early 1950s and was quite taken by the new Chevrolet Corvette. When he returned to Sweden, he had a fiberglass-bodied Volvo Sport created around components from the company’s PV444 sedan, though the car was discontinued after fewer than 70 were produced over two model years.
The Pick of the Day is a rare old-timer in apparently great condition that presents the opportunity to get into a real vintage head-turner from the Roaring ’20s for a reasonable price.
A true show stopper that embodies both performance and style, this 1932 Chevrolet 2-door sedan has the look of an old rat rod but the feel of a modern sports car, making it our Pick of the Day. We found this classic rod for sale on ClassicCars.com by a private seller located in Phoenix, Arizona.
The poor Chevrolet Corvair. Of all the classic cars ever produced we are hard pressed to find one that has received more abuse, much of it unjustified, than the Corvair.
The Pick of the Day is a red 1964 Corvair convertible for sale at a very affordable $9,995, which generally doesn’t get you much collector car these days. But Corvairs remain as entry-level classics, having never really outlived their early lambasting as “Unsafe at Any Speed.”
Rescuing a desirable classic car from long-term, often-neglectful storage is something akin to finding buried pirate treasure, or an old-masters painting in Aunt Tillie’s attic. They’re called “barn finds” whether they’ve been pulled out of a garage, a shipping crate or even a parking structure. In the case of the Pick of the Day, we could call it a “tin-shed find.”