Web Finds For Sale – 1971 Alfa Romeo GTV 1750

1971 Alfa Romeo GTV 1750 $59,500 Location: Texas Year: 1971 Make: Alfa Romeo Model: GTV 1750 Mileage: 58k Engine: FI 1779cc 4-cylinder Transmission: 5-sp Manual Drivetrain: RWD Ext. Color: Blue Int. Color: Black Key Features: enthusiast owned, recent restoration, original sales brochure The Alfa story began over a 100 years ago in 1906, just as a […]

Frankenstein Triumph TR350 – It’s alive!

If you read our feature piece yesterday, you may recall that one of the major themes was, investing in classic cars elicits an emotional response that normal mutual funds simply can’t.  You may also remember that we advised you to not to buy on emotion, but rather “invest” because you want to enjoy it.  Buying […]

Web Finds For Sale – Aston Martin Vantage V8

There’s a little known secret in the modern classic world that we feel you should know about.  It’s called the Aston Martin Vantage…and the prices of these things are ridiculously low given what you get from one.   Hand built and introduced as a 2006 model, the Vantage comes in two engine flavors…a 4.3L/4.7L V8 […]

Rising or Falling Tide – Investing in the Collector Car Market

“You first have to ask yourself…is this an investment in my financial future, or an investment in my fun future.  Sometimes it’s both, but nothing is ever guaranteed.” ~anonymous Financial Adviser We wanted to address some of the recent reports floating around about the possibility of a classic car market bubble.  Some are suggesting we […]

Web Find For Sale – 1994 911 Turbo S at Pfaff Reserve

The 964-generation 911 Turbo S was introduced with the 3.3-liter turbocharged engine from the previous 930-generation 911. Only 1,500 of these 3.6-liter cars, both Turbos and Turbo S’, were ever produced. They were fitted with the uprated ‘Big Red’ brakes and Speedline wheels, and ride height was lowered by almost an inch. The majority of […]

In the News – A curated list of auto-enthusiasts related headlines

Today in the classic-vintage-enthusiast car news…driving classics without classic headaches, beer and cars in CA, Car & Driver’s top picks, the Pebble Beach Index Fund, and bringing back an old friend.  Here’s a curated list of the stories making the headlines today. Drive a classic without worrying about the next engine out service Want to […]

Web Finds For Sale – 1956 XK140 Fixed Head Coupe (non-runner)

The Jaguar XK140 was manufactured between 1954 and 1957 as a replacement to the XK120 (sold as a ’55 model). It was available in three body styles; the Open Two Seater (OTS), the Drop Head Coupe (DHC) and the Fixed Head Coupe (FHC). In addition to this, there was a more comprehensive options list compared […]

WARNING : Do not buy unless you know what you’re doing

We just wanted to send out a quick note to all our millions of readers…we’ve seen this ad floating around all the forums and social media sites.  If you were considering purchasing this 2015 Land Rover Defender listed on the Texas Craigslist ad, please be sure you understand the legal implications of doing so.  It […]

Ceres Motorsport’s 1979 MGB – This one isn’t short on power

Starting a web-based business can be a daunting task, especially if you want to deliver great content and outstanding service. Developing content is very time consuming…as there are a ton of things to prepare, consider, and maintain to keep your site relevant. Those are the exact words I would have written if not already scribed […]

Web Finds For Sale: 1987 4Runner(s)

As Land Cruiser prices soar, we recommend you consider looking at its little brother, the Toyota 4Runner on where to possibly put your money. Introduced in 1984 (really 84.5 as a mid-year intro), the first generation 4Runners are nearly mechanically identical to the Hilux (Toyota truck line marketed in the rest of the world).  In […]