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.
It’s rare to find a Nissan Bluebird in the United States, especially one so well-sorted as this 1969 Nissan 510 Bluebird. A true Japanese domestic market vehicle with the steering wheel on the right, this is a highly desirable and quite rare import. Plus it’s packing modern power with an SR20DE engine, making for an entertaining time on the road. You have Driver Motorsports to thank for this cherry find.
Plenty of people think they need to have tens of thousands of dollars sitting around to get into collecting classic cars. That’s the case if you’re going for the big fish, the white whale cars everybody seems to swoon over and are in immaculate, showroom condition. However, you can cut your teeth on something far more affordable, like this 1953 Buick Special which is listed for a mere $12,900. It’s a great-looking car, as all classic Buicks happen to be, and with some work can be even more impressive.
A true enthusiast vehicle, this 1988 Porsche 928 S4 has a mere 54,825 miles on the odometer. That beautiful Silver Metallic body looks nice at every angle, plus the wheels and other trim pieces are immaculate, representing the careful preservation of Porsche history. While not everyone thinks such a car is worth saving, this 928 S4 is actually a gem.
When it comes to restomods, they usually leave hardcore traditionalists with clenched fists and sweaty palms. Most car enthusiasts can appreciate the hard work and dedication that went into a project that fuses different generations and turn it into a blended finished product. That rings true with this example here that is the perfect mix using the body of a '69 Mustang and the chassis and interior of a 2007 Mustang. Hollywood Motors is pleased to offer the opportunity to take home this sinister 1969 Ford Mustang SportsRoof Coupe Restomod.
Getting into classic motorcycle collecting can be easier than starting a classic car collection. After all, they take up less space, are easier to maintain/restore, and cost less to purchase up front, at least for the most part. If you’re looking for a good way to get your vintage bike collection started, this 1974 Norton Commando could be ideal.
The Superformance built MK1 program was designed to recreate the original Ford GT40 that used the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1966 to annihilate Ferrari. This car was born from such a great amount of detail, and attention to every aspect, that you can call it by the GT40 name, and the majority of the parts are interchangeable with the original. In addition, it also carries the ability to be registered in the GT40 registry with chassis number P2366.
Chevrolet and the Pace Car program have pretty tight knit relationship. GM vehicles have been used as Pace Cars for the Indianapolis 500 dating back to the starting days of Indy, and continues to be the most popular moniker to lead the race in modern days. Alongside the actual cars that were used to lead the cars around the track, GM also produces special edition production models so anyone can slide behind the wheel and lead the pack.
Time can do horrible things to automobiles, and this 1950 Ford is proof. After years of sitting, this car was rescued from its slumber, and now it awaits an enthusiast ready to take on an intense restoration. There's no denying the fact that this Shoebox will need a lot of work, but at least all of the major parts are all still there.
Those ignorant of Oldsmobile’s past might laugh at the mention of muscle car bearing the badge, but they wouldn’t be laughing after experiencing this 1969 Oldsmobile 442. This fully-restored beauty hits hard both in performance and the looks department. It’s also part of the Winter AutoFest Lakeland auction being put on by Carlisle Auctions, so now is the time for action. The auction and car show are set to take place in Lakeland, Florida, Feb. 21 & 22 (car show runs Feb. 21-23).
Back in 1969, the muscle car era was in full swing. Back then, car enthusiasts would love to get their hands on a 1969 Mach 1 Mustang, especially one with the special, high-performance engine under the hood. GT Motor Cars is excited to offer the opportunity to take home this fully restored 1969 Mach 1 428 Cobra Jet.
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