This next car is a 2001 Porsche Boxster offered for $2000…so something has to be grenaded in the expensive Porsche 2.5 liter flat-6 engine. That is not good…so you’ll need to fix that…but those Porsche parts are “oh so expensive”…perhaps a Fiero Iron Duke 4-banger or a Buick 3800 supercharged V6 would fit out back? What do you guys think — what should repower this porked Porsche? Find this 2001 Porsche Boxster offered for $2000 in Phoenix, AZ via craigslist.
Ran When Parked
Welcome to the Thursday Twister, a quiz with a twist. This week I am looking for the very best advertisement on Craigslist that you can find with the keywords: Ran When Parked. Oh yes indeed…this is going to be good. A quick search located this trio of diesel powered deliciousness — 1979 Mercedes-Benz 300 TD […]
by Kevin –-Before the GNX, before the Grand Nationals and T-Types there were the Buick Sport Coupes. The main attraction to these packages was the carbureted, turbocharged V6. This engine was available beginning in 1978 in the Regal, LeSabre, Century and Riviera. Find this 1979 Buick LeSabre Sport Coupe resting in the weeds, somewhere in […]
Another St. Valentine’s day special: Back in 1930s the Powell brothers (Hayward and Channing) were producing motorized scooters, but after the war they tooled up a pickup truck. The Powell truck was assembled in Southern California and rode on rebuilt ’40/’41 Plymouth sedan chassis with six cylinder Mopar engines. Find this 1955 Powell Truck (#1514) […]
The Datsun 240Z was the first mass market Japanese sports car to hit the US market and it was fantastic. Low driving position, peppy 150hp inline-6 up front, and communicative steering make for a great sports car. Prices of the first generation Z-car were low for years, but recently the market for good, original condition […]
This little red 1972 Toyota Celica ST looks to have survived better than 95% of the 1st-generation Celica population, and it’s even a nonoffensive color (red) without a kitschy vinyl top, to boot. It’s currently not running and the seller uses that infamous term that makes our inner gearhead chuckle a bit every time we […]
The Chevy 150 was the economy and fleet version of the Chevrolet car from 1953-1957. It shares many components with the consumer oriented 210 and Bel Air models but was tailored to meet the needs of fleet use. Today’s featured 1956 Chevy 150 is an ex-US Army Staff Car and is for sale in Moss […]