If you were to compare automotive makers to soda companies you might be tempted to compare the legendary Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company the something like Snapple. But if Coke is GM and Pepsi is Ford, then Snapple is Dodge…so you’ve got to dig deeper because Studebaker is closer in rarity to Reed’s Ginger Brew. Find this 1963 Studebaker Lark Convertible offered for $16,000 in Wenatchee, WA via craigslist. Tip from JB1025.
It could be time to perform a social experiment on yourself with a bit of automotive introspection – is the ponycar lifestyle for me? Do the perks of infinite parts availability, sound, style, and burnout giggles outweigh everyone else having one, too? Find out cheaply with this 1966 Ford Mustang for sale in Walterboro, SC for $4,000 […]
For a brief period from June 1962 to December 1964 Studebaker produced only 5,800 Avantis. They were ahead of their time in both styling and engineering, but production problems and the decline of Studebaker itself would make their run short. We are happy to see that such a rare and beautiful car can still be […]
It seems like only yesterday that you could pickup an original Ford Mustang coupe for around $5000 and it would be a good running/driving V8 with a few miles, but prices have gone up in the past few decades and now finding something for $5k that isn’t a burnt out carcass powered by an inline-6 […]
The Austin-Healey 3000 was an inline-6 powered sportscar built in Britain and known as the last of the line for the Big Healeys. Bodywork was custom fabricated by Jensen Motors and final assembly was done by craftsmen at the Abingdon Works, and today they are worth quite a bit when in good shape. Find this […]