I was preparing an onslaught of Canadian Thanksgiving posts to continue celebrating the Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving extravaganza…but this next car is just too cool to skip. It is a reminder of a time when style was more than just some giant wheels and big grill — and slab sided styling was king. Find this 1966 Chrysler 300 offered for $8,500 in Cape Coral, FL via craigslist. Tip from Dascpcu.
Happy Columbus Day to all Italian-Americans out on the web, a day where we celebrate that crazy Genoese sailor who tried to find his way to the East (he probably wanted some JDM parts before you could overnight them from Japan…) by sailing West. It is also Canadian Thanksgiving (say what!?) but we’ll save our Turkey & Poutine Cacciatore jokes for the next feature. Sorey a boot that. Anyway, this Italian machine will need to get a ride on the next Niña, Pinta, or Santa Maria to head West across the Atlantic because it is located in The Netherlands, but Find this 1995 Alfa Romeo 164 Diesel offered for $3,499 buy-it-now or make-offer located in Ried, Netherlands via eBay.
We continue DT’s Columbus Day/Canadian Thanksgiving celebration with this next Italian import, which is a Fiat: The 2012 release of the Fiat 500 for the US market was actually a success from a sales perspective..but despite the “Eye-tal-yon” heritage, this thing was assembled in Meh-he-co, which probably isn’t a bad thing, because I have to […]
This next car comes as a Columbus Day special — because it is a proper boat you could use to explore regions unknown and enjoy the freedom that comes with a smooth ride and a huge gas tank. You could hide a few dozen bodies in the trunk if needed. Find this 1977 Mercedes-Benz 450SEL 6.9 […]
I was making a dumpster bin run in one of the ritzier parts of town the other day and…you’d be amazed at the stuff that well-to-do folks consider garbage and leave in their trash, on the curb, or in a locked safe in their panic room…and I noticed something– ever third driveway had a Tesla […]
Welcome to yet another edition of DT’s What Am I? feature, this one is special for Oct 12 — which is celebrated as the Christopher Columbus Federal Holiday here in the USA, but it is also important to note that it is Canadian Thanksgiving Day. So…Turkey & Poutine Cacciatore anyone? What are we looking at? […]
Happy Columbus Day to all Americans out on the web, a day where we celebrate that crazy Genoese sailor who tried to find his way to the East (he probably wanted some JDM parts before you could overnight them from Japan…) by sailing West. He landed on a small place called the New World along […]