The Citroën Ami Berline (notchback sedan) is a salmigondis of peculiar design elements. Crazy single spoke steering wheel, dash mounted push-pull manual shifter, and crazy flying buttress c-pillar is just the beginning of the oddity that is a front-wheel-drive French machine with an opposed two cylinder engine. One could make the argument that a ’67 Mustang isn’t that far removed from a new Mustang you can buy in the showroom in 2020, but this thing is so different from a modern car that you can hardly compare anything other than it has wheels and an engine. Find this 1967 Citroën 6 Ami Berline offered for $13,900 in Ames, NY via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
Modified Ford Mustangs are a dime a dozen so it takes a lot to come across one that is out of the ordinary. Ford’s Thunderbird Super Coupe was available from 1989-1995 with a 3.8 pushrod V-6 huffed on by a Eaton M90 supercharger that was good for up to 230 hp and 330 lbs of […]
This is a 1993 Ford Mustang Notchback CHP SSP with a Coyote V8 swap offered here on eBay bidding for $6,710, with auction ending on Saturday, located in Los Angeles, CA. We’d love to feature every single interesting car that gets sent in via tips or found in our searches, but there just isn’t enough […]
Anyone who craves affordable performance should be familiar with the Fox body Mustang, but the vast majority of cars for sale are hacked up flat-black customs, or ridden into the ground 4-banger versions. The one to get is obviously a low mile, V8 Fox with original paint and for a decent price, but they don’t […]
The 3rd generation Ford Mustang, known internally as the Fox platform, was built from 1979 to 1993 in coupe, hatchback and convertible trims. Interestingly enough in the classic (pre-73) market, the fastbacks demand premium money (as they did when new) and the coupes (notchback) are cheap, but the relationship is flipped in the Fox platform. […]
In the late ’50s, Volkswagen was high on its wave of success with its little WWII-era Type 1 (Beetle) and derivative commercial / utility vehicle the Type 2 (aka Bus, Van, Microbus, Kombi, Transporter…). But someone deep in the bowels of Wolfsburg realized that if growth and success were to continue, the company needed a […]