Another day, another gull-wing door equipped fiberglass oddball on the front page of the DailyTurismo…because that is how we roll around here. This isn’t a place to take things to seriously, but I’m serious when I say that I’d never pay the princely sum of money needed to own the actual one-off Marcello Gandini of Gruppo Bertone designed Alfa Romeo Carabo…but I would consider owning a Fiberfab Aztec 7…because it brings some needed style to the oft neglected word “fab.” And fiber is good too. Find this 1977 Fiberfab Aztec 7 offered for $5,900 in Chino Hills, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
I always find it interesting when a seller offers a car for sale on craigslist, but apparently has little idea of what kind of car he/she is actually selling. The seller lists this as a “Ferrari” kit car, but there was no Ferrari that looked like this thing back in the day — and the […]
Something must be in the water, because it isn’t often that you’ll find a vintage Volkswagen camper for a decent price, It wasn’t that long ago that the VW Type 2 was the vehicle of choice for hippies, derelicts, and communists because they were almost free, but finding one for $7,500 is a good deal […]
The Rootes Group started building a Sunbeam Alpine badged car in the mid 50s known as the “Mark I & III,” but the Alpine you see here today is from the “Series” production that was sold from 1959 to 1968. The styling likeness to the original Ford Thunderbird is not a coincidence – one of […]
The Triumph Spitfire was a small roadster built in the United Kingdom to compete with the MG Midget, Austin Healey Sprite and to some extent the Fiat 850 Spider. The Spitfire is one of the better looking and handling of the small British sports cars but it held back by a gutless 1.1 4-cyl. This […]