The first generation Chevrolet Corvair (1960-1964) was much maligned for it’s swing axle suspension that would pogo-stick you into a spin at the first chance it could get…but the 2nd generation (1965-1969) fixed that with a fully independent rear suspension with coil springs at all four corners that would keep you right-side-up right-side-forward and alive. But this next example has a Corvette LT1 V8 sitting where an arm rest would normally go…and if that won’t kill you in a crash, the roll cage will certainly finish you off. Might as well mount a Viking helmet as an airbag in this thing…but oh man it looks like fun. Find this 1966 Chevrolet Corvair V8 offered for $8000 in Hamilton, OH via craigslist.
Back in 1984, Cadillac was not trying to ape German car makers to make the fastest sedan to run the Nurburgring. They primarily focused on making large cars that got middling better gas mileage than the parade floats of the 1970’s. No one would mistake a Coupe DeVille for an Audi or BMW back in […]
Find this 1990 Porsche 928 S4 GT LT1 V8 Turbo here on eBay bidding for $9,400 with auction ending Saturday at 7:14PM Pacific. From eBay listing: Item specifics Condition: Used Seller Notes: “Porsche is in very good condition for it’s age. Minor dings and small paint chip in rear.No air conditioner compressor.” Year: 1990 VIN […]
Another week half in the bag, which means it is Thorsday and time to bring out the best junk we could find that originally hails from the Scandinavian Peninsula. This next feature started life as a simple Volvo sedan, probably purchased new by an insurance salesman named Steven as a practical car for his wife […]