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Car Catcher: A One-of-636 American Export 1275cc-Powered Cooper S

This white over red and grey Austin Cooper S is one of the few imported into the U.S. with the larger 1275cc engine.

Car Catcher: A Ford Mustang California Special

The Mustang GT/CS was the result of California dealerships asking Ford for a special model of their very own to sell.

Car Catcher: A Late, Low-Mileage C4 Corvette ZR-1

Said to be one of the "final 448 C4 ZR1s produced in 1995," this ZR-1 is still plenty quick with a 0-60 time of less than five seconds.

Car Catcher: White Over Red 1954 Corvette

An early model year Corvette with a reported 41,973 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: A Slab Side Superformance Cobra Replica

Since real Cobras are hard to come by, why not go with a faithful replica like this Superformance MKII?

Car Catcher: A ’67 Beetle Fitted With a 1776cc Engine

This Beetle is ready to drive as is, or perfect for some light restoration projects.

Car Catcher: A Real Cooper S With Upgraded Engine and Suspension

This Cooper S had its engine bored out to 1380cc.

Car Catcher: One of Only 50 Shelby Cobra 289 FIA Continuation Cars

A rare continuation model based on the original Cobra 289 FIA.

Car Catcher: A Fully Restored Early Corvette

This Corvette is said to have had a $60,000 body-off restoration, as well as a rebuilt engine and transmission.

Car Catcher: A U.S.-Spec Cooper S Equipped with the 1275cc Engine

Said to be one of only 636 examples so equipped, and still even has its Hyrdrolastic suspension.

Car Catcher: A Limited-Edition Mustang California Special

Although production for 5000 Mustang GT/CS "California Specails" were planned, only 3200 were said to have been built.

Car Catcher: An Original Cooper S With Factory Go-Fast Parts

A Cooper S equipped with British Leyland Special Tuning Works Department camshafts.

Car Catcher: Ultra-Low Mileage Shelby Cobra 289 Continuation Car

A Cobra FIA 289 continuation car with only 61 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: A Modified Mark I Cooper S

This Cooper S sports modifications like an engine bored out to 1380cc and an upgraded suspension.

So much gold and brown: A Selective Edition International Harvester Scout II | Car Catcher

This Scout II comes equipped with the “Selective Edition” package, which added features like gold-spoke wheels and gold accent stripes.

An Embassy Gray International Harvester Scout II | Car Catcher

This Embassy Gray Scout II is said to have been maintained within “stock specs” since new.

A clean Savanna Beige ’67 Beetle | Car Catcher

The result of an older restoration, this Savannah Beige Beetle comes powered by a 1776cc engine in place of the factory 1593cc powerplant.

Get the Shelby 289 Cobra experience for less: Superformance MKII Slab Side | Car Catcher

Get an authentic Cobra experience without the authentic price tag with this Superformance MKII Slab Side.

A 1275cc Cooper S with Special Tuning Works Department camshaft | Car Catcher

This '67 Cooper S is said to be one of the 636 examples exported to the United States with the 1275cc engine, and comes equipped with Special Tuning Works Department camshafts.

FIA 289 Cobra Continuation Car | Car Catcher

This Cobra, CSX7995, is one of the continuation cars built as part of the 50th anniversary of the FIA 289 Cobra.

1966 Cooper S with an adjustable suspension | Car Catcher

This 1966 Austin Cooper S comes equipped with an adjustable suspension setup as well as “British Leyland 649 Special Tuning Works Department camshafts.”

Ford Mustang GT/CS | Car Catcher

This is one of only 3200 Ford GT/CS Mustang California Special editions to have been built.

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