This next car is an oddball. It isn’t sporty or fast, or cool, or sexy…but it is special. First you’ve got to admit that any wagon with rear facing seats is something special…and then you’ve got to honor the souls of all the muppets who were killed and skinned to cover those seats. And finally, this is a Hunsbloger approved Sable — the corporate cousin of the Ford Taurus that is both cheaper and more interesting than the Taurus bidding for a pittance with a few days to go. Find this 1992 Mercury Sable LS Wagon bidding for $2200 in Tucson, AZ with 3 days to go via carsandbids.com.
The XF20 generation Lexus LS was sold from 1994 through 1997 and gives you all the speed and comfort you’d expect in a German executive cruiser (S-Class…or BMW 7-series), but with Japanese sensibility and reliability. There was no option for a 5-speed manual gearbox, but it wouldn’t raid your savings in expensive parts repairs or goad you into thinking your car was sporty. Find this 1995 Lexus LS400 bidding for $2500 in Gadsden, AL via Hemmings auctions with 5 days to go. Tip from BarbPaddles.
I love the classic Mitsubishi Van, even if it does have a Kirk Douglas chin. But Kirk Douglas (God rest his soul) doesn’t have a sweet velour interior, reclining/rotating captains chairs OR the ability take you and seven of your co-sheltering family/friends to somewhere you can stand 6-feet apart. What a strange time we live […]
As an apology to all of you readers for the pink Studebaker Avanteaf thing the other day, I wanna post an engine swap that is properly done. Something that’ll put a smile on your face and black stripes on the ground. Like a 9 second Geo Tracker. Find this 1993 Geo Tracker LQ4 Turbo here on eBay with […]
If you are allergic to the “all show and no go” ethos commonly found on modern cars, we have a sleeper Volvo 960 sedan right up your alley today. The seller has quite possibly the most understated V8 Volvo to ever grace these pages. This 960 is quite the find despite not being a wagon, […]
This next car comes as a tip from Scott T who writes: This looks way nicer than it has any business being for 6k. Obviously not a DD with that roll cage and racing seats. Yup, Scott has it right, because this thing is way nice for the asking price if you ask me. Find this 1980 […]
The lure of more power is always tempting. For those with the ability to stick it out and finish a project the rewards can be worth the wait. The rest of us can get a head start by finding a well sorted, but not yet finished project. The key is to plan your own swap […]
Lincoln tried to change their act around Y2K but got their pee-pee slapped pretty dang hard. As a result, it’s no wonder they surrendered the American enthusiast sedan market to Cadillac shortly thereafter. Put a positive spin on it and the Lincoln LS is essentially a 4 door Mustang with independent rear suspension and an available […]
In 1987 Honda released the first generation Legend as the top of the line for their newly launched Acura division in North America. The Legend was also sold as the Rover 800-series in part of a collaboration between Honda and the Austin Rover Group, but the Rover badged variant always scared me due to the […]
The original Acura Integra “Teggy” was released for the US market in 1985 as a pop-up headlight equipped hatchback — both 3-door and 5-door variants were available. It is a fool’s errand to attempt and quantify the number that have been turned into “race cars”, but let’s just say that the streets of suburbia were […]