When it comes to bang for your buck — or purchasing your first classic car — the 1964½ through 1966 Ford Mustang should be on your radar.
No other car on the planet is so universally recognized — and not just in the United States. You’ll see Mustangs on the road in the U.K., France, Germany and all over South America.
They’re bought and sold like popcorn at the movie theater, and you could probably build one from scratch — Read More
- 30,350 recorded miles and current ownership since 2004
- One of 88 RHD examples and one of just 50 early non-ABS cars
- Offered with book pack, service book and handbooks
Ferrari’s mid-engined, flat-12 Testarossa was unveiled to an expectant media at the Champs Elysees Lido nightclub on the eve of the 1984 Paris Salon. Although it was an evolution of the 512 BBi, it was of markedly different appearance — it was nearly six inches wider than its predecessor. Read More
Like many Gordini barquette sports-racers, chassis number 018 is a former single-seater, one of the five Type 11 chassis built in 1946 and 1947.
On July 18, 1947, at the Reims ACF Grand Prix, 04GC was driven by the future quintuple Formula One World Champion Juan Manuel Fangio.
For the beginning of the 1952 season, Gordini 04GC, fitted with a Type-18 twin-cam engine, was leased to Prince Bira. It was totally disassembled in Gordini’s premises in Paris. All the Type-15S-specific Read More
This professionally restored, two-owner 1953 Buick Skylark is powered by its matching-numbers Nailhead 322-ci V8 engine and Twin Turbine Dynaflow 2-speed automatic transmission.
It is the sixth of 1,690 Skylarks produced in 1953.
The restoration was completed in 2012 and the car has been fastidiously cared for since. It is finished in its original Matador Red color with a white power convertible top. The interior is finished in two-tone burgundy and white.
This Skylark features a Continental kit, power steering Read More
The year was 1990, and the venue was Laguna Seca raceway. I was there to get some open track time in an MGB. My run group that day included a deep crimson Maserati Biturbo, and I spent several hours studying every detail of the taillights and rear end.
That happened because passing wasn’t allowed in the corners and the damn slug had just barely enough power to outpull a stock MG on the straights.
That experience sums up the essence Read More