Voice of the world’s most interesting man; I don’t always drive an El Camino, but when I do, it should have a big stonkin modified V8, a Muncie 4-on-the-floor, a gigantic cowl induction hood scoop, and matte-black paint. Drive thirsty, my friends. Find this 1986 Chevrolet El Camino offered for $13,000 in Danbury, CT via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
In the realm of “gas station photo craigslist” advertisements, this next one is forgivable. But only because this isn’t just another Honda pictured in front of a gas pump late at night after the seller get’s off his night shift as a Walmart greeter…but this is a legit unicorn, the 4-speed equipped Mercury version of the Ford Granada. Find this 1978 Mercury Monarch offered for $12,000 in Fall Branch, TN via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
Anybody who lived through the 1980s in the USA will have memories of the the North American first generation Ford Escort (1981-1990). Those memories will certainly be mixed…some good, some bad…but our squishy grey lobes tend to suppress the bad things; but DT is here to help recover some of those negative memories. First, you learned your first full set of curse words from your Mom when it wouldn’t start for the third time in a week. You also learned to dress for rain when the electrical system stopped working in November 1987. And finally, you learned why your Dad started buying only Japanese cars in 1990. But if you want to relive some of the good experiences in a Ford Escort…then you should buy the best preserved Escort you’ll ever see for less than four large. Find this 1985 Ford Escort Hatchback offered for $3,700 in Dallas, TX via craigslist.
In 1965 the Coronet name was revived for use on a Dodge product, this time an intermediate sized sedan that immediately became the highest volume Dodge from a sales perspective. This fifth generation Dodge Coronet was built on a shared intermediate sized platform with the Plymouth Belvedere/Savoy/GTX/Road Runner and Dodge Charger from 1965 through 1970…and […]
Remember the other day when I wrote that the V8 and 4-speed was overrated? Yeah…I may have been a bit tipsy from the Manhattan that Kaibeezy taught me to make the other day..and the reports of the death of the V8 and manual box have been greatly exaggerated. Find this 1975 Plymouth Scamp offered for $10.900 […]
I know that everybody loves to hate on the plastic bumper C3 generation Corvette — yeah the chassis is a loose as wizard’s cuff…and the low compression carburetor fed V8s are terrible and build quality is on par with the worst best stuff at Harbor Freight…but they have a certain aesthetic charm, and chicks dig ’em. […]
The first generation Mercury Cougar was a bit more than just an up-market Mustang coupe. It offered a few unique accouterments that were not available on the Mustang (such as pop-up hidden headlights) AND it was only available with V8 power (no wimpy inline-6s for the Cougar). As an additional hidden bonus, today’s Cougar is […]
The following car comes from tipper Rock On, who writes: Yeah, I know your Mom’s V-6 Camry with 301 horsepower will eat this thing for breakfast. But, there is one thing this car can do better than any fwd or awd car. Long, smokey, John Force approved burn outs. This is essentially a factory built […]
It must be getting near the 4th of July because I’m getting that tingly feeling all over my body, which is either the all consuming pride of being a citizen of the greatest country on earth, or some kind of psoriasis. Truth be told…it don’t get much more ‘Murican than ignoring a self-diagnosed and un-treated […]
The original (SA or FB) generation Mazda RX-7 is a delicious modern classic for the budget car shopper who doesn’t mind a 4-speed gearbox or a copper/goal paint job.. Prices are about as low as they will ever go and should be on the way up. If you find a nice one, own/drive it for […]