I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ll say it again — I love off-brand examples of mainstream vehicles. Take this next thing. If you tell people that you own a Chevrolet Chevette, most people will assume you were born really poor and/or dropped on your head as a kid. But if you say you’ve got a Pontiac T1000, folks will ask additional questions such as; a what? Or; like the Terminator? Anyway, if you want a conversation starter, don’t get a Chevette, get a Pontiac T1000. Find this 1982 Pontiac T1000 offered for $4,500 in Dallas, TX via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
A casual observer might suspect that an MGB GT with a roarty exhaust sound an a big round chromey air cleaner would be powered by an American V8..but you’ve be 2 cylinders off in your estimation, because this next British Rat Rod is powered by a Chevy V6. Find this 1974 MG BGT offered for $7000 […]
The MGB was in its final year of production when this next example rolled off the assembly line at British Leyland. What was once a classic roadster was now an overweight punch line with few buyers at the showroom. The bean counters, management, labor unions, safety nazis, and politicians had taken their toll on the […]
The Porsche 912 was introduced in 1965 as an entry level companion to the Porsche 911. To save costs, it used an updated version of the pushrod flat-4 type 616 engine from the Porsche 356 SC. For years the little brother of the 911 was very affordable, but in the past decade the prices have […]