I know that a Fiat X1/9 has something like 70 horsepower…but it is a mid-engine Italian car and today’s example has one of the sweetest sets of wheels I’ve ever had the opportunity to put my eyes on. So if your idea of a perfect Sunday drive involves driving like a Sunday driver…then this is […]
Typically on St Patrick’s Day we enjoy featuring Irish built cars, but the 1960 Shamrock is difficult to find (given the 10 built production figures and 8 known to still exist) and DeLorean Snowcats aren’t just jumping out of trees, so I go to the next best thing which is an Italian car that uses […]
When I see the words Fiat 124 Sport I immediately think of the Pininfarina styled Sport Spider version, but built on the same platform was a sedan, wagon, and coupe. Today we’ve got an example from the third series (1972-1975) of the Fiat Sport Coupe that has been in storage since 1985, but the seller […]
I know it would be a bad idea to buy a Fiat 500 Abarth. There must be a reason these things are so cheap. Right? Even in the middle of the biggest stupid used car inflation period in the history of wheels, the Fiat 500 is still one of the cheapest cars you can get […]
I’m not sure if we’ve ever featured a car before where the seller doesn’t mention the make or model of the vehicle, but I can say for certain this is the first time we’ve featured a car with a tow hitch on the front. You could assume that an owner towed this car behind a […]
A few years ago a friend asked for recommendations for a late model 4 seat convertible and as I did the requisite research, I discovered that there aren’t that many convertibles with back seats. They do exist and, oddly enough, Mercedes-Benz built quite a few in the past few years with its S-Class, E-Class, C-Class […]
This next car isn’t the most desirable Alfa Romeo or those still alive, but it is a proper Alfra Romero and not some crummy rebadged Fiat. The Series 3 version of the Spider Veloce was launched in 1983 and survived with minor changes through the 1989 model year when it was replaced with an uglier version known as the series 4. Anyway, today’s example seems like a decent way to get into pretty Italian classic for cheap. Find this 1984 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce offered for $6,500 in Los Angeles, CA via craigslist.
Let’s play a game. Somebody said you can’t get a decent $500 car anymore, but I think that is not entirely correct. Sure, you won’t find the plethora of running/driving cars that you could find 15 years ago, but you can still find an occasional gem in the guano. Find the best $500 car on your local craigslist/autotrader/facebashmorket/etc. I’ll kick this off with a 1980 Fiat 124 Sport Spider offered for $500 in Yucaipa, CA via craigslist.
Hey Luigi, you gotta stop driving that crummy old Ferrari — its gonna cost you an arm and a leg with each overpriced Ferrari oil change and don’t get me started on the cost of a basic valve service that is probably required every 4000 kilometers…whatever a kilometer is. A kilometer is probably just a really expensive mile. Anyway, this next Ferrari has had the crummy Italian motor replaced with a proper Chevy V8, but the Leonardo Fioravanti (from Pininfarina) body is still looking like a proper 80s exotic. Find this 1977 Ferrari 400 offered for $19,500 in San Rafael, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
The Volvo 780 was a limited production (~8,500 examples built from ’86-’91) 2-door coupe version of the popular 700-series sedan (’82-’92), of which 1.4 million were produced. The unique body was designed and built by Carrozzeria Bertone in Turin, Italy and was thankfully free from the silly vinyl top that covered the top of the earlier 262C Bertone Coupe. Find this 1989 Volvo 780 Bertone Coupe offered for $3500 in Southern Maine via facecoupe marrakesh.