The Porsche 914 was the entry level offering from the aircooled engine guys from Stuttgart in the early 1970s, and it is well known for fun handling and subtle styling. Today’s example has a crazy modified body that looks like it could win a race against a fighter jet, but the basic stock 2.0 liter flat-4. Expect a lot of confused cops looking to recalibrate their radar guns after you cruise by 5 mph under the speed limit. Find this 1976 Porsche 914 Bravossa Custom bidding for $9,500 on eBay with 6 days to go and with a $16k asking price on craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
The typical modified Mazda RX-7 you’ll find on these pages has some sort of carburetor fed domestic V8 shoved under the hood…but not today. Today we’ve got a first gen RX-7 that still sports Wankel power, which is odd because it has GT-R emblem on the back and some of the widest Kardashian fender flares […]
Find this 1987 Mercedes 420 SEL in Minneapolis, MN bid to $228 as of 7/8/18 ending on Tuesday. This German expression of the 1980’s is in need of some TLC as it now appears like a patient on those reality shows for people who have had too much plastic surgery. Bonus Craiglist listing is provided below […]
The Alfa Romeo Milano was the last car fully developed before Fiat’s takeover of the company from the Italian govt in 1986. Milano sedans are known for their bizarre non symmetrical styling cues. The Milano was the final iteration of the Alfa type 116 transaxle cars (last weeks Alfetta turbo). They sell for pennies on the […]
You could make the argument that the Lexus SC400 is a Supra in a tuxedo similar to the Lincoln Mark IV and Mustang (written up here a couple weeks ago). It is safe to say that most any car is better or more certainly interesting as a widebody. However, it’s the details, details, and details […]
Looking to impersonate a villain from a Miami Vice episode? We have just the car for you. Find this 1987 Mercedes 560 SEC Koenig Wide Body bid to $10,000 via Ebay in Howell, NJ. Koenig offered a supercharger and twin turbo kit, but there is no mention of either one or even a engine picture […]