Monthly Archives: November 2010

How to write a craigslist ad: 1970 Lady Lovin’ Lincoln

  When writing car ads, some people lie about how nice the car is, some lie about how many miles are on the car, others don’t really describe anything at all.  Then there are the real gems.  The entertaining, the … Continue reading

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A car to Bond with: 1974 Jensen Interceptor.

Let me start by saying that I am not much on imports.  However, there are plenty of imports out there I would do unspeakable things to own.  I would do mildly unspeakable things for this Jensen.  Then I would tell … Continue reading

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Fishing for a deal? 1965 Rambler Marlin

Get it? Fishing? Hoo-boy!  See what I did there? Here’s a car that has been on my list of things I need to own sometime in my life since I saw one for the first time in a junkyard in … Continue reading

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The Midget in the Crawlspace

Growing up, I kept hearing mention of a midget in my Grandpa’s crawlspace. I pictured a little person eating scraps from the dinner table. Later, I found out it was actually a race car dating back to the 1940s.

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Can you really call it Town? 1972 Town and Country.

I mean, let’s be honest here.  At some point, the town graduates to a city, or a municipality, or a country of it’s own.  Maybe they should have called it Population Center and Country….or just Country. This thing is the … Continue reading

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Daddy-O Caddy-O! 1973 DeVille, 56k miles.

This blog is dedicated cars.  Cars for sale, automotive oddities, and good old-fashioned cool cars. We’ll kick this thing off with this sweet 1973 Cadillac Coupe DeVille.  The owner claims 56,000 original miles.  From the look of the car, I’d … Continue reading

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