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eBay Motors App: Today’s Quick, Easy Way to Shop for Classics

What’s the secret to landing that cool classic? Timing. The early bird gets the worm, right? And how do you get that worm? An app that lets you quickly, easily search for cars--and only cars.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, Solar Yellow Elise

If the stand-out Solar Yellow paint doesn't interest you, the low 18,750 miles on this clean-title 2006 Lotus Elise just might.

Car Catcher: 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 Convertible in Lime Green

How about a summer cruiser that offers it all: droptop, four-speed box, plenty of power and the famed Shelby label? This 1968 Ford Shelby GT500 convertible is the total package.

Car Catcher: An Open-Top Ferrari for $32,900?

Some Ferrari models--like the F40 and the Testarossa--have become household names. Others, like this 1984 Ferrari Mondial Quattrovalvole Convertible, haven't received the same fanfare.

Car Catcher: One of 98 Mercedes-Benz 300SC Sunroof Coupes

Mercedes-Benz only built 98 copies of the 300SC coupes during its 1955-’58 model run, with fewer than a dozen said to have received a sunroof.

Car Catcher: A Ferrari 288 GTO With Air Conditioning and Power Windows

What's one way to make a Ferrari GTO rarer? Get it factory-optioned with air conditioning and power windows.

Car Catcher: No, Really, This Is a Low-Mileage Ferrari Enzo

A 2003 Ferrari Enzo with less than 1250 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: Red Over Tan Lotus Elise

Wearing Ardent red paint over a tan interior, this 2005 Lotus Elise comes equipped with the Touring package that adds air conditioning, additional sound deading and a leather-appointed interior.

Car Catcher: A Rare, Open-Top Ferrari 550

This 2001 Ferrari 550 Barchetta offered by RM Sotheby's is number 375 of 448 examples built to celebrate 70 years of Pininfarina.

Car Catcher: Lotus Evora with Le Mans Racing History

This 2011 Lotus Evora ran at the 2011 24 Hours of Le Mans for Lotus Motorsport, the second of two Evoras ran by the team that year.

Car Catcher: Early Austin-Healey 100

Restored sometime in the 1990s, this 1954 Austin-Healy 100-4 is said to be capable of 100 mph.

Car Catcher: The Last Panoz Esperante GT2

Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is offering this 2006 Panoz Esperante GTLM GT2 that is said to be the last of its kind built by Panoz.

Car Catcher: The Ultimate Q-Ship, the Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3

These days, you’d be hard pressed to pick up a brand-new Mercedes-Benz for $48,500. How about buying an iconic 1969 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.3 for that same figure?

Car Catcher: The Latest Iteration of the Ferrari-Beating Ford GT

This 2017 Ford GT from RM Sotheby's is how you celebrate beating Ferrari over 50 years ago.

Car Catcher: Early Steel-Body Ferrari 308

While the first hundred or so examples feature fiberglass bodies, the bulk of Ferrari 308's delivered received steel coachwork.

Car Catcher: One of 12 Left-Hand-Drive Lotus Elise Motorsport

Not only is this 2000 Lotus Elise Motorsport one of only 65 examples worldwide, but it's also one of only 12 left-hand-drive models built by Lotus and imported into the United States.

Car Catcher: A Soft Top Karmann Ghia

This 1965 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia offered by Carlisle Auctions is said to have received a full body-off restoration from Century Auto Restoration in Maidens, Virginia.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, White Over Red Porsche Speedster

This 1989 Porsche Speedster from Fantasy Junction may be reported to have only 18,700 miles on the odometer, but it also comes equipped with various factory options.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage Mustang SVO

Before the modern EcoBoost Mustang, there was the 1984 Mustang SVO.

Car Catcher: A Porsche 904 GTS With a Storied History

This 1964 Porsche 904 GTS offered by RM Sotheby's comes with a history of racing events.

Car Catcher: Midget Performance With Bugeye Looks

Ever want the looks of a Bugeye with the amenities of a later Midget? This 1971 MG Midget from Carlisle Auctions may be just what you've been looking for.

Car Catcher: Günter Netzer's 1977 Ferrari 512 BB

This 1977 Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer available from RM Sotheby's is said to have had only five total owners—one of which was professional football player Günter Netzer.

Car Catcher: Ready-to-Drive, Rust-Free Alfa Romeo Spider

Is this running 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider, described as rust-free, the next addition to your collection?

Car Catcher: Is Green the Best Color for a Lotus Elise?

If you're anything like us, green is almost always an appropriate color choice for British sports cars. Case in point: This 2007 Lotus Elise from Wire Wheel.

Car Catcher: A 1967 Fiat 600 Pocket Rocket

If you think the concept of a hot hatch is a relatively recent idea, this 1967 Fiat 600 from eBay Motors might try to prove you wrong.

Car Catcher: Right-Hand-Drive 1992 TVR Griffith

Once a car turns 25 years old, it can be legally imported into the United States. That's why this 1992 TVR Griffith 400 from England now lives on this side of the pond.

Book Review: Faster | How a Jewish Driver, an American Heiress, and a Legendary Car Beat Hitler's Best

So many of Germany’s automotive greats were aligned with Hitler, but one small band of interlopers kept Germany from winning all the marbles.

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching, Prototype 1969 Porsche 911 S

Automobile prototypes are often scrapped or put into deep storage after they serve their purpose. This 1969 Porsche 911 S Prototype from RM Sotheby's is a little different, however.

Car Catcher: A Recreation of the Iconic Low Drag E-Type

Only one 1962 Low Drag Coupe E-Type is known to exist, but you can experience one for yourself with this recreation available from Fantasy Junction.

Car Catcher: A 1989 Lancia Delta Fresh From Spain

Lancia carved out a name for themselves in the rally world, and now you can own a part of that legacy with this 1989 Lancia Delta HF Integrale.

Car Catcher: A Single-Owner, One-of-50 Lotus Elise Type 72D Special Edition

This 2007 Lotus Elise Type 72D Special Edition celebrates the 35th anniversary of the Lotus 72's domination of the 1972 Formula 1 championship.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Ferrari 365 GTC

This low-mileage, numbers matching 1968 Ferrari 365 GTC from Fantasy Junction is a prime example of a classic Italian grand touring car.

Car Catcher: Is a Convertible the E-Type at Its Best?

Enjoy everything the iconic two-seater has to offer with this 1965 Series 1 Jaguar E-type Roadster from Fantasy Junction.

Car Catcher: Rare, Super 90-Equipped Porsche 356B Cabriolet

This 1960 Porsche 356 B Super 90 Cabriolet offered by RM Sotheby's is said to be one of a handful of Cabriolets equipped with a Super 90 engine.

Car Catcher: Factory Supercharged Lotus Exige V6 Cup

Although no longer based on the Elise, this 2016 Lotus Exige V6 Cup from WireWheel attempts to push the formula as far as it can go.

Car Catcher: Electrohydraulic Transmission-Equipped Ferrari 575M

This particular 2003 Ferrari 575M Maranello, offered by Fantasy Junction, offers a 508 horsepower, 5.7-liter V12 with some optional equipment.

Car Catcher: A Well-Documented, Left-Hand-Drive Aston Martin DB6

Is "Volante" the coolest way to say convertible? This 1967 Aston Martin DB6 offered by Fantasy Junction makes a good case for it.

Car Catcher: A Future-Classic Lotus Elise That Won't Break the Bank

This 2007 Lotus Elise offers lightweight, rear-wheel-drive performance with reliable, Toyota-based power for just $29,900.

Car Catcher: A One-of-Six, Black-Over-Red Dodge Dart Phoenix D-500

Sometimes, being a car enthusiast can mean simply enjoying a relaxed drive in a car like this 1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix D-500 Convertible from RM Sotheby's.

Car Catcher: A Left-Hand-Drive Lotus Cortina

This left-hand-drive 1967 Lotus Cortina from British Sports Cars is said to be one of only 160 originally sold in North America

Car Catcher: Single-Owner Austin-Healey 3000

What's the longest you've ever owned a car? What about owning the same car for 52 years? That's how long this 1967 Austin-Healey 3000 was owned by its original owner.

Book Review: Nissan Z | 50 Years of Exhilarating Performance

More than half a century ago, the Datsun 240Z changed everything. Suddenly the world had a modern sports car that sold for less than the status quo.

Car Catcher: Go Against the Norm With This Dolomite Sprint

Why go with the usual suspects when this 1974 Triumph Dolomite Sprint is available from British Sports Cars?

Car Catcher: SCCA-Approved Lotus Elise Motorsport

What sets this track-ready Elise apart? It is said to be one of two built by Lotus specifically to meet SCCA homologation rules.

Car Catcher: One of the Last Ferraris Equipped With a Manual Transmission

This manual-equipped 2005 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti is one of the last of its kind, and is said to be one of only 199 examples not equipped with the F1A electrohydraulic transmission.

Car Catcher: A BMW E21 Coupe That's Ready to Be Driven

This 1983 BMW 320i—the last model year available for the E21—is a "beautiful, clean, very well-maintained example that gets driven often and lovingly."

Car Catcher: Morgan's First Supercar, the Aero 8

This 2005 Morgan Aero 8, touted as Morgan's first supercar, is believed to be one of 60 built during the Series 2 production run.

Car Catcher: A Well-Driven, One-Of-114 Fiat 8V Coupé

This 1954 Fiat 8V Coupé, available from RM Sotheby's, is said to be chassis number 104 of 114.

Car Catcher: Low-Mileage, Final-Production-Year Ferrari 328 GTS

This 1989 Ferrari 328 GTS from Fantasy Junction has reportedly covered only 10,000 miles in its 31 years. That calculates to a little over 322 miles per year.

Car Catcher: Single-Owner, One-Of-Nine Lotus Evora 410 Sport GP

This 2017 Lotus Evora 410 Sport GP Edition, available at Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars, is said to be one of only nine brought over to the United States.

Car Catcher: A Nicely Optioned Prussian Blue Porsche 911

Want a Prussian Blue 911 like the one owned by one of our forum users? A 1985 Porsche 911 Carerra in the same color is now available on eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: A Surprisingly Street-Legal Lotus Exige S

This 2007 Lotus Exige S from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars adds a factory supercharger to the already hardcore Exige.

Car Catcher: A Daytona 24 Podium-Finishing Lola T212

This 1971 Lola T212 is said to have a second-place finish at the 1972 24 Hours of Daytona as part of its well-documented history.

Car Catcher: Metallic Black Over Burgundy E30 M3

Now is your chance to own a performance icon with this 1988 BMW E30 M3 from eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: Virtually New 1965 Shelby 427 S/C Cobra

This 1965 Shelby 427 S/C Cobra from RM Sotheby's is said to have been built in 2014 after Caroll Shelby decided to finish the remaining 427 S/C chassis numbers.

Car Catcher: Final-Production-Year Austin-Healey 100/6

This 1959 Austin-Healey 100/6 offered by British Sports Cars comes from the last year of the model's production.

Car Catcher: A Lotus Exige With Plenty of Factory-Added Lightness

This 2010 Lotus Exige S260 Sport from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars has taken Colin Chapman's advice and received plenty of added lightness from the factory.

Car Catcher: Rare, Single-Owner GT5-S Pantera

Even though very few Panteras were imported into the United States—both legally and through the grey market—there are still a few out there, like this 1986 De Tomaso Pantera GT5-S from eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: Early E-Type Twice Owned by Bobby Rahal

This 1961 Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8-Litre Roadster from RM Sotheby's is not only a desirable early model, but it was also twice-owned by racing driver Bobby Rahal.

Car Catcher: A Fiat Abarth Monomille GT with a Bialbero Head

This 1963 Fiat Abarth Monomille GT from Fantasy Junction has been modified by pairing a 750 cc "Bialbero" twin-cam head to its 982 cc engine.

Car Catcher: A Genuine Lotus Super Seven

Now is your chance to own a genuine lotus Seven with this 1962 Lotus Super Seven from British Sports Cars.

Car Catcher: A British Racing Green MG TF

This 1955 MG TF 1500 represents the last model in the T-type line before it was replaced by the MGA.

Car Catcher: A Sunbeam Tiger Known as the "Monster"

This 1966 Sunbeam Tiger, better known as the "Monster," was previously owned by Alan Fraser and has extensive racing history.

Car Catcher: Step Back in Time With This VW Scirocco

This 1982 Volkswagen Scirocco available on eBay Motors is sort of like a time capsule, just in car form.

Car Catcher: A One-Of-36 Ferrari 500 Superfast

This 1964 Ferrari 500 Superfast available from RM Sotheby's is said to be one of only 36 built, and one of even fewer to be equipped with a five-speed transmission.

Car Catcher: A Rare Super Safety Lotus Elan SE

This 1968 Lotus Elan SE from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is said to be a mechanically sound "Super Safety" model that's ready to restore.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Series I Ferrari 330 GT

This 1964 Ferrari 330 GT from Fantasy Junction is said to be numbers-matching and to have spent time in Switzerland, Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), Australia, and, most recently, Canada.

Car Catcher: SCCA Solo-Prepared Westfield Seven

This 1984 Westfield Seven available on eBay Motors is said to have been assembled just two years after Westfield's founding, and is reported as being prepared for "SCCA Solo II autocross and divisional racing."

Car Catcher: The First Production Car Made by Maserati

This numbers-matching 1949 Maserati A6 1500 Coupe available from Fantasy Junction is reported to be one of only 61 examples built.

Car Catcher: Rare Avorio Over Rosso Ferrari 250 GT Lusso

This 1964 Ferrari 350 GT Berlinetta Lusso available from RM Sotheby's as part of its Shift/Monterey Auction is said to be the only example to be finished with a Avorio exterior over a Rosso interior.

Car Catcher: Well-Optioned, Low-Mileage Lotus Evora

This 2011 Lotus Evora available from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars comes finished in Carbon Grey over Paprika, and is said to only have 28,750 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: Is This the Most Eclectic Car Collection Ever?

The 65 cars of the Dave Leimbach Collection span almost 70 years of automotive history and are going up for auction in RM Sotheby's upcoming Auburn Fall sale.

Car Catcher: How Mercedes Responded to the M3 Sport Evolution

This 1989 190 E 2.5-16 Evolution available on eBay Motors is your chance to own what is believed to be one of only 502 examples built to meet DTM homologation rules.

Car Catcher: A Ready-To-Drive Aston Martin DBR2 Replica

This 1958 Aston Martin DBR2 Recreation, available from Fantasy Junction, may be the next best thing to owning a real DBR2.

Car Catcher: Pre-Production Prototype Lotus 340R

What makes this 1999 Lotus 340R particularly special? It's reported to be a pre-production prototype with very low mileage.

Car Catcher: A Fiat-Abarth Record Monza With Potential History

This 1959 Fiat-Abarth Record Monza from Fantasy Junction may be the former Abarth Works car that participated in the Mille Miglia and Targa Floria.

Car Catcher: A Survivor Supercharged MR2 Ready for Restoration

This 1988 Toyota MR2 SC is listed as an "honest survivor" that is reported to be aesthetically rough but mechanically sound.

Car Catcher: Unmodified, Low-Mileage Mazda RX-7

This 1993 Mazda RX-7 Touring available from Carlisle Auctions is said to be factory stock and has very low miles.

Car Catcher: Vintage Indy Cars, Classic Street Machines and a Heap of Rare Parts

This expansive and historic collection from RM Sotheby's features iconic Indy cars, vintage racing engines, and even a few hearty street machines

Car Catcher: Prototype Thrills for Less Than the Price of a New BMW M3

This 2006 Juno SS3 V6 is considered to be the final evolution of Juno's SS range, and is being offered by Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Ferrari Dino With Rare Beach-Seat Inserts

This 1968 Ferrari Dino 206 GT available from Fantasy Junction features the rare "Beach Seat" seat inserts, and is even said to be a numbers-matching example.

Car Catcher: Touring Package-Equipped, Low-Mileage Lotus Exige S

This 2007 Lotus Exige S from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is what happens when you add a factory supercharger to the already extreme Exige.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching, Black Over Red Ferrari 365 GT

This black over red 1969 Ferrari 365 GT 2+2, available from Fantasy Junction, is said to be a numbers-matching example.

Car Catcher: A Japanese-Spec, Limited-Edition Mini

This limited edition 1988 Rover Mini "Jet Black" Edition, available through eBay Motors, originally come from Japan.

Car Catcher: A Late-Model, V12-Powered XJS

This 1991 Jaguar XJS from Carlisle Auctions may be one of the best ways to enter the British classic marketplace.

Car Catcher: A One-of-800, Ghia-Bodied Fiat 1500

This 1963 Ghia 1500 GT Coupe, available through RM Sotheby's, is said to be one of only 800 built and one of only 36 brought into the United States.

Car Catcher: A Jaguar XK 150 Converted From a Fixed Head Coupe to Drophead Coupe

this 1959 Jaguar XK 150 available from Fantasy Junction may look like a fairly normal Drophead Coupe, but this particular Jaguar began life as a Fixed Head Coupe.

Car Catcher: Frame-Off, Fully Restored Mercedes-Benz 190 SL

This 1961 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL—said to have received a frame-off, bare metal restoration—is available through eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: A Custom-Built, Ready-to-Restore 1929 Stutz

This 1929 Stutz is a "Sports Custom" that was hand-built with period components and is soon going up for auction through RM Sotheby's.

Car Catcher: Cruise in Style With This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC

This 1989 Mercedes-Benz 560 SEC—the most powerful W126-chassis S-Class model—is now available through eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: A Rare, Numbers-Matching Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta

This 1958 250 GT LWB Berlinetta—nicknamed the "Tour de France" for its repeat success at the event—is said to be one of some 90 ever made.

Car Catcher: How Often Does a Fiat 8V, a Ford Cortina Wagon and a Toyota 2000GT Go Up for Auction at the Same Time?

RM Sotheby's upcoming Elkhart Collection auction has everything from a Cortina Wagon to a Fiat 8V Supersonic.

Car Catcher: A Rare Manual-Equipped, ASC-Built Convertible Celica GT-S

This 1985 Toyota Celica GT-S, available through eBay Motors, is said to be a particularly rare ASC-built convertible equipped with a manual transmission.

Car Catcher: A Porsche 356A Super Speedster Restored by a Porsche Factory-Trained Specialist

This 1957 Porsche 356A Super Speedster available from Fantasy Junction is said to have been restored by Porsche factory-trained specialist Wolfgang Reif.

Car Catcher: A Series I Morgan 4/4 DHC Sold New in Switzerland

This 1951 Morgan 4/4 from Britsh Sports Cars, a Series I Drophead Coupe, is said to be "one of approximately 117 Flat-Radiator Drophead Coupes produced."

Car Catcher: An Azzurro Over Arancia Early L-Series Ferrari Dino

This 1969 Ferrari 246 GT from Fantasy Junction is not only an early "L-Series" car, but is also reported to have only 8007 kilometers on the odometer.

Car Catcher: A Fire Brigade Red, First-Year Mercedes-Benz 190 SL

This 1955 Mercedes-Benz 190 SL available through RM Sotheby's is a first-year example that is reported to have only 69,837 miles on the odometer

Car Catcher: The Former Personal Car of Alec Greaves of Surrey Motorsports

This 1958 Austin A35 Van offered through RM Sotheby's is said to have been the personal car of Surrey Motorsports’ Alec Greaves.

Car Catcher: The Daihatsu-Powered, Turbocharged Innocenti Built by De Tomaso

In the mid to late '80s, you could buy the De Tomaso Innocenti Turbo, a Mini built by De Tomaso, styled by Bertone and powered by Daihatsu.

Car Catcher: A Recently Restored, British Racing Green Triumph TR4

This 1964 Triumph TR4 from British Sports Cars is said to have recently received a "very high-quality restoration."

Car Catcher: A Manual-Equipped, E46-Chassis BMW M3

This 2005 E46-chassis BMW M3 from Fantasy Junction is said to have been well cared for during its 66,427-mile lifetime.

Car Catcher: A Lotus Evora Ready To Go Grand Touring

This 2012 Lotus Evora for sale from Wire Wheel is equipped with the optional “Intelligent Precision Shift” six-speed automatic transmission.

Car Catcher: A Low-Milage, Guards Red 911 Targa

This 1984 Porsche 911 Targa available through eBay Motors is said to have only 29,659 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching, First Year of Production 300SL Roadster

Reported to be a numbers-matching example, this 1957 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Roadster from Fantasy Junction is also accompanied by a copy of its original build sheet.

Car Catcher: A One-of-56, Sliding Roof-Equipped Porsche 911 Carrera RS 3.0

Seeing as only 56 are said to have been built, this 1974 Porsche Carrera RS 3.0 from RM Sotheby's is at least somewhat rare.

Car Catcher: A Collection of BATs from Alfa Romeo

Now is your chance to own Alfa Romeo's BAT 5, 7 and 9 aerodynamic design studies—all penned by Giuseppe Bertone himself—through RM Sotheby’s.

Car Catcher: Why Get a Replica Super Seven When You Could Have the Real Thing?

Sure, there are plenty of replicas to choose from, but why not go with an original Lotus Seven like this one from British Sports Cars?

Car Catcher: The Tamer Cousin of the Iconic Quattro, the Audi Coupe GT

This 1987 Audi Coupe GT available through eBay Motors is an example of the less-extreme car that the Quattro was based on.

Car Catcher: The First Lotus Type 47 Delivered to North America

This 1966 Lotus Type 47 from Fantasy Junction is one of few examples built. It's said to carry the distinction of being the first 47 brought to North America.

Car Catcher: A Low-Mileage, Silver Over Red Morgan Aero 8

Finished in silver over a red interior, this 2005 Morgan Aero 8 from British Sports Cars is considered by some to be the company's first supercar.

Car Catcher: All-Original, First-Generation Honda CRX Si

Is this 1987 Honda CRX Si available through eBay Motors one of the best ways to win Radwood?

Car Catcher: A Silver-Over-Tan Lotus Elise From the First U.S. Model Year

This 2005 Lotus Elise for sale from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is a Series 2 example from the very first year the car was offered for sale in the United States.

Car Catcher: A Vantage-Spec Aston Martin V8 Volante

This 1986 Aston Martin V8 Volante is said to have only 49,000 miles on the odometer and is reported to have been upgraded to "Vantage specifications" by a previous owner.

Car Catcher: Low Mileage, British Racing Green Lotus Elise

This 2009 Lotus Elise is reported having only 19,600 miles on its odometer and comes equipped with the optional touring package.

Car Catcher: Hartge’s Take on the E30-Chassis BMW 3 Series

Although Alpina gets more recognition, Hartge was also building its own souped-up versions of iconic BMW models like this 1987 Hartge H26 available through eBay Motors.

Car Catcher: The Fiat 131 Abarth Rally That Walter Röhrl Drove to Victory

This 1980 Fiat 131 Abarth Rally is reported to be the car that Walter Röhrl used to win the 1980 Sanremo Rally and the FIA Group 4 World Rally Championship for 1980.

Car Catcher: The Panoz Roadster Is Like a V8-Powered Lotus 7

This 1992 Panoz Roadster from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is reported to be chassis #10 of 44 and is said to have only 2200 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: The Last Pushrod-Engined Jaguar, the Mark V

This 1950 Jaguar Mark V available from British Sports Cars is a Drop Head Coupe example said to have been maintained by the seller for several years.

Car Catcher: A Red-and-White-Over-Black Mk I Austin-Healey 3000

This 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 from Carlisle Auctions is an earlier Mk I example finished in a two-tone, red-and-white exterior over a black interior.

Car Catcher: A Recreation of a One-of-Nine Maserati 450S

This 1958 Maserati 450S Reacrationfor sale from Fantasy Junction is reported to have been assembled using actual Maserati components and period processes.

Car Catcher: A Lola B2K/40 With an Extensive Racing History

This 2000 Lola B2K/40 from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars is said to come with a lengthy racing history that includes the 24 Hours of Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring.

Car Catcher: A Reutter Steel-Bodied Pre-A Porsche 356

This 1951 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe, available through RM Sotheby's, features a steel body assembled by Reutter.

Car Catcher: A Rare Four-Speed Manual, Hemi-Equipped 1966 Plymouth Belvedere Satellite

What makes this Plymouth Belvedere Satellite rare? It's said to be one of the few equipped with both a 426-cu. in. Hemi V8 and a four-speed manual transmission.

Car Catcher: A Targa-Top 911 Perfect for Reliving the 1980s

Is this Targa-topped 1981 Porsche 911 just the right amount of '80s fun?

Car Catcher: A Rare Lagonda 16/80 Once Owned by Augie Pabst III

This 1934 Lagonda 16/80 Tourer from RM Sotheby's is rare for two reasons: It's one of only 261, and it was once owned by Augie Pabst III.

Car Catcher: An Authentic Stage II Chevrolet Corvair Yenko Stinger

This 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Yenko Stinger, said to be a Stage II model, is one of only around 185 cars built.

Make Detailing Your Car Easier With a Year’s Supply of Premium Products From Lithium Auto Care

Detailing may be a worthwhile process, but a year's supply of detailing products would certainly make it easier.

Car Catcher: An Unmodified, Mostly Original Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth

This 1985 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.3-16 Cosworth available through eBay Motors is said to be mostly original.

Car Catcher: A Well-Optioned, Early Series II BMW 507

This 1959 BMW 507 is billed as an earlier Series II example optioned with a removable hardtop, disc brakes and Rudge wheels.

Car Catcher: The Astrological-Themed Rover Mini Equinox Edition

This 1995 Rover Mini is a limited "Equinox" edition that features motifs of the moon and stars.

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching, European-Spec Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera

This European-spec Porsche 911 2.7 Carrera is said to be numbers-matching and comes with a copy of the Porsche Certificate of Authenticity.

Car Catcher: A Low-Mileage 2015 Birkin S3, a Modern Take on the Lotus Super Seven

This supercharged 2015 Birkin S3 is said to only have 1700 miles on its odometer.

Car Catcher: Red-Over-Tan Jaguar XK120 Drop Head Coupe

This Jaguar XK120 DHC is said to be a “very nicely restored” example.

Car Catcher: A Lotus 61 Converted To Race in Formula B

Originally built to run in Formula Ford, this Lotus 61 was converted to run in Formula B.

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching, Periscopa-Equipped Lamborghini Countach

This early Countach is especially rare—one of only 158 examples equipped with the Periscopa rearview mirror system.

Car Catcher: A Rare GT40 MK II Continuation Model Built To Celebrate Carroll Shelby´s 85th Birthday

Is a limited continuation run of the car that beat Ferrari the best way to celebrate turning 85?

Car Catcher: A Fully Refurbished, White Over Blue Triumph TR6

This Triumph TR6 is said to have “everything that needed repair or improvement” already addressed.

Car Catcher: A Well-Treated BMW 535is

Although North America never officially got the M535i, BMW did give us this, the 535is.

Car Catcher: The Eighth Lotus 7 Ever Built

Along with being configured for vintage racing, this Lotus 7 is reported to be the 8th example ever built.

Car Catcher: A Competition-Spec 1965 AC Cobra 289

This AC Cobra is one of 25 built to meet FIA specifications.

Car Catcher: An SS Jaguar 100 Owned by the Same Family for 40 Years

Once owned by the same family for 40 years, this SS Jaguar 100 is said to be one of only 118 ever built.

Car Catcher: A Recently Restored Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider Veloce

This Celeste Blue Giulietta Spider Veloce was once owned by the same family for over 40 years.

An Impact-Bumper, Euro-Spec Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7

Unlike the examples sold in North America, this European-spec 2.7 Carrera retains its full +200 horsepower.

Car Catcher: A Low-Mileage De Tomaso Pantera From the First Year of Production

The De Tomaso Pantera was the Italian interpretation of a popular formula: stuff an American V8 into a lightweight European body.

Car Catcher: A Largely Original, White-Over-Tan Ferrari 512 BBi

Said to be largely original, this Ferrari 512 BBi is one of only 1007 built.

Car Catcher: A Nightfall Blue Lotus Elise

The Lotus Elise is unique in that it combines the light weight and responsive handling of a sports car with Japanese reliability.

Car Catcher: A Rust-Free Fiat 124 Coupe

The Spider isn't the only Fiat to carry the 124 nameplate. Case in point? This early 124 Coupe.

Car Catcher: A Concours-Level Restored Shelby GT500KR

The Shelby GT500KR was among the last of its kind before Shelby canceled his contract with Ford.

Car Catcher: The Very First Rolls-Royce Corniche IV of the 1994 Model Year

This Corniche is said to be the very first example from the 1994 model year.

Car Catcher: A Well-Cared-for 1956 Corvette With a Unique History

Some classics are just inherently cool cars. Others stand about because of their histories. Both apply to this '56 Corvette.

Car Catcher: A Rare Manual-Equipped Ferrari 400i Convertible

This Ferrari 400i is doubly unique: It's a rare Straman convertible equipped with a five-speed manual transmission.

Car Catcher: One of 50 Lotus Elise Type 72D Special Editions

Only 50 examples of the Type 72D Special Edition Elise were built worldwide to celebrate the anniversary of the Type 72D's victories back in the day.

Car Catcher: Touring Package-Equipped Lotus Elise

Despite a relatively benign engine, the Lotus Elise is still a capable mid-engine sports car.

Car Catcher: A One-of-Two Lancia Aurelia Vignale Coupe

This Lancia Aurelia is particularly rare: It's one of five whose bodies were constructed by Vignale, and one of two configured as coupes.

Car Catcher: The McLaren Speedtail, the Modern Interpretation of the Legendary F1

The Speedtail is the modern successor to the iconic McLaren F1.

Car Catcher: A Largely Original Austin-Healey 3000 From the Final Year of Production

This Austin Healey 3000 is from the last year of production, and is reported to be a largely original example.

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 Lynx-Built Jaguar XKSS Recreation

Built by Lynx Engineering, this XKSS Recreation is said to present “virtually no evidence of use.”

Car Catcher: A Recently Restored Lotus 61

A Formula Ford-spec Lotus 61 for less than $30,000.

Car Catcher: A Jaguar D-type Once Owned by Peter Blond, Jean Bloxham and Led Zeppelin Manager Peter Grant

Yes, the red paint on this rare Jaguar D-type is actually factory correct.

Car Catcher: Recently Refreshed, Blue-Over-White Triumph TR6

This TR6 features a refreshed white interior as well as a rebuilt front and rear suspension.

Car Catcher: A Monza-Winning Ferrari 500 Mondial

This Ferrari 500 Mondial is documented as having won at Monza in 1954.

Car Catcher: Fully Restored, Numbers-Matching Jaguar XK 120 SE

The numbers on the engine, cylinder head, gearbox and body of this Jaguar XK 120 SE all match.

Car Catcher: A One-of-30, Final-Edition Lotus Exige S 260

Only 30 examples of the Lotus Exige S 260 were built. This is one of them.

Car Catcher: A Porsche 924 Turbo Configured to Mimic a Carrera GT

The experience of a Porsche 924 Carrera GT without the Carrera GT price tag.

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 Factory-Supercharged Lotus Elise

This Elise is unique as it sports a factory-equipped supercharger.

Car Catcher: A Ferrari Mondial T Finished in Its Original Paint

A Ferrari Mondial from the last generation of production.

Car Catcher: A Knobbly-Bodied, Lister-Jaguar Works Car

This Lister-Jaguar is said to be one of the last Knobbly-bodied Works cars built for 1958.

Car Catcher: A Recently Sorted Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale

This Giulietta Sprint Speciale is a 1300cc-powered example that was sorted in December of 2020.

Car Catcher: A Monaco White Elise With a Factory Hardtop

This Elise from 2009 features a factory hardtop and the optional touring package.

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: An Aston Martin DB5 With Air Conditioning, Power Steering and an Upgraded 4.2-Liter Engine

Does air conditioning and power steering make this DB5 the ultimate vintage grand tourer?

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching Maserati Ghibli

A numbers-matching example with a number of factory documentation.

Car Catcher: White Over Red 1954 Corvette

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

Car Catcher: A First-Year Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA

A Giulia Sprint GTA from the first year of production.

Car Catcher: An Australian-Built Mini Moke

Originally designed for the British military, the Moke is kind of like the Fiat Jolly of old-school Minis.

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 Factory-Backed Elva Mk IV With Notable Racing History

A factory-backed Elva with a podium finish at Sebring.

Car Catcher: A One of 12, Land-Hand-Drive Lotus Elise Motorsport

Not only one of 65 ever built, but one of only 12 configured as left-hand-drive models for the United States.

Car Catcher: This Bright Green Lancia Hyena Zagato Is One of Only 24 Ever Built

This Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione-based Zagato is said to be the "brainchild" of Andrea Zagato and Netherlands Lancia importer Paul Koot.

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“Corvette Stingray: The Mid-Engine Revolution” covers follow-up visions of a mid-engine Corvette, from the CERV I to the most recent C8 Corvette.

Car Catcher: Could This Caterham Lola Be a Great Vintage Race Car Someday?

Maybe this one's a little too new for vintage racing, but someday it just might be the perfect old-school track car.

Car Catcher: A Pebble Beach-Winning Lagonda V12 Rapide Drophead

Said to be one of only 17 Lagonda V12's with a Rapide designation.

Car Catcher: A Mazda RX-8 With Daytona Racing History

An RX-8 with Daytona racing history and over $90,000 in spares.

Car Catcher: The Concours MK 1, a Car Designed and Developed by Actor Dean Fredericks

This is the very first Concours Mk 1, the personal car of its designer, actor Dean Frederick.

Car Catcher: Autodelta-Prepped Alfa Romeo GTV6

A genuine GTV6 prepped by Autodelta and run by Maurizio Iacoangeli in Group A rally.

Car Catcher: A Well-Documented, Numbers-Matching Ferrari 250GT

Documented back to the chassis's delivery to Pininfarina.

Car Catcher: A Drop-Top Morris Minor

Finished in British racing green, nonetheless.

Car Catcher: A Well-Equipped, Five-Speed Fiat 1500 Spider

A five-speed example equipped with an Abarth exhaust system, Carello fog lamps and Campagnolo wheels.

Car Catcher: An Early Red Triumph TR4

This TR4 features a new generator and fuel hoses, as well as rebuilt brakes and front suspension.

Car Catcher: One of the Earliest Surviving Bentley 3 Litres

An example of the very first production Bentley, with coachwork by Vanden Plas.

Car Catcher: A 1964 Corvette Race Car With Over 30 Years of Documented History

A Coupe B Production race car that has run at events including the Wine Country Classic and the Daytona 24 Hour Classic.

Car Catcher: A Red and White Mark I Austin-Healey 3000

An earlier example accompanied by a binder with documentation and receipts pertaining to the car’s restoration.

Car Catcher: A One-of-276 Swallow Doretti

A rare, short-lived Britsh roadster mechanically similar to the Triumph TR2.

Car Catcher: A Well-Optioned, Mostly Original Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

A drop-top example of the 911 Turbo, finished in Grand Prix White over Lipstick Red.

Car Catcher: A Well-Documented Lola T290

A T290 with "period Le Mans history."

Car Catcher: A Lola T212 With a Recently Rebuilt Engine

A T212 with full documentation and FIA passports included.

Car Catcher: A Lamborghini 400 GT Sporting a Few Modern Upgrades

This 400 GT is hiding a few modern creature comforts.

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 Copper-Bodied 427 Shelby Cobra

A 4000-series Cobra finished in hand-formed copper by Kirkham Motorsports

Car Catcher: An Upgraded, Ready-to-Race Lotus 30

This Lotus 30 is said to have a number of upgrades from the later Lotus 40.

Car Catcher: An Early, Fiberglass-Bodied Ferrari 308 GTB

One of roughly 800 built, and one of only 100 U.S.-spec examples.

Car Catcher: The Bentley Continental R Mulliner Displayed at the Frankfurt Motor Show

This is very car shown by Bentley at the 1999 Frankfurt Motor Show and at Pebble Beach.

Car Catcher: One of Only Four Panoz Trans-Am Race Cars

Panoz won the 2002 Trans Am series with a car just like this one.

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

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

Car Catcher: The ALMS GTS Champion Team Oreca Viper GTS R

This iconic Viper is an ALMS GTS class champion, class winner at Sebring and Le Mans, and even won first place at seven out of 10 ALMS races in the 2000 season.

Car Catcher: A Euro-Spec BMW E30-Chassis M3

A clean example with roughly 58,000 miles on the odometer.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Austin-Healey 100-6

Said to have been owned by its previous owner for 17 years.

Car Catcher: Single-Owner Lotus Elise Motorsport

One of only 65 examples ever built by Lotus

Car Catcher: An Engine-Less Porsche 356 Barn Find

Perhaps the best way to score a Porsche 356 for less than $100,000.

Car Catcher: A Fully Prepared Triumph TR4 Vintage Racer

This TR4 is ready to go vintage racing straight out of the box.

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 Numbers-Matching 1969 Porsche 911E With an Original Interior

This 911 is said to have its original interior, engine, transmission and body panels.

Car Catcher: A Ferrari Mondial Wearing Its Original Paint

This Mondial is said to be wearing its original shade of red paint.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching Series II Jaguar E-Type

This E-type Series II has 46,000 miles and has recently been sorted.

Car Catcher: A Final-Year, T-Series 911 Targa

1973 was the last year for the T-series 911, and this one is numbers-matching, too.

Car Catcher: A Well-Documented, Comprehensively Restored Allard J2

An original Allard J2 with a well-documented history of racing.

Car Catcher: Low-Milage, One-of-50 Lotus Sport Elise

This one-of-50 Sport Elise is a low-mileage example with only two previous owners.

Car Catcher: A RUF-Modified Porsche 911 Turbo

Not just a Porsche 930, but one that's been modified by RUF.

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 Rare Vixen-Body, M-Chassis TVR 2500

One of only 96 TVR 2500s built using the later M Series chassis.

Car Catcher: A Ferrari 365 GTC With Factory Air Conditioning

One of only 168 Ferrari 365 GTCs factory-equipped with air conditioning.

Car Catcher: A 1:1 Scale Model of the Le Mans-Winning Porsche 919

Not the real thing, but maybe the next best thing: a 1:1 scale model of the Le Mans-winning 919.

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: An Early Steel-Bodied, Carbureted Ferrari 308 GTB

A carbureted 308 built during the transition from fiberglass to steel bodies.

Car Catcher: An Earlier-Model-Year Triumph TR6 With Overdrive

This 1971 Triumph TR6 for sale comes with optional overdrive, three SU carburetors, front and rear sway bars, and chrome wire wheels.

Car Catcher: A Numbers-Matching 300 SL Roadster With Fitted Luggage

An example of a drop-top 300 SL, complete with fitted luggage.

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: A British Racing Green Triumph TR3A

This BRG Triumph TR3A even comes with a racing cockpit tonneau cover.

Car Catcher: Fully Restored E-type Series 1 With Numbers-Matching Engine

This E-type is said to be the result of a three-year restoration.

Car Catcher: The Predecessor to the Yellowbird, the RUF BTR

Before the bonkers CTR Yellowbird, there was the 930-based BTR.

Car Catcher: A Well-Equipped Lotus Exige S

The more extreme version of the already bonkers Exige, good for 218 horsepower and a 0-60 time of 4.1 seconds.

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: Low-Mileage, F1 Automated Manual Transmission-Equipped 575M Maranello

A 575M Maranello equipped with the F1 transmission, Daytona seats, red brake calipers and modular wheels.

Car Catcher: An Early Proteus Replica Jaguar C-Type

This Proteus Replica C-type features Mk II underpinnings and a 3.8-liter powerplant, and was previously owned by Michael Banfield.

Car Catcher: Highly Customized and Well Sorted Porsche 356A Outlaw

This Outlaw features a number of upgrades like a 176-horsepower, 2.3-liter powerplant from Fat Performance.

Car Catcher: A Single-Owner, Low-Milage Lotus Elise

This Elise has only 6550 miles and comes with complete records since new.

Car Catcher: A British Racing Green Slab Side Cobra Replica

A Slab Side Cobra replica from Superformance.

Car Catcher: A Factory-Backed 500 Mondial That Ran at the 1954 Mille Miglia

A numbers-matching, Series I 500 Mondial Pininfarina that was fielded by Ferrari at the 1954 Mille Miglia.

Car Catcher: Numbers-Matching E-Type Roadster

A Series 1 E-Type said to have been owned by a previous president of the Philadelphia area Jaguar club.

Car Catcher: A Ready-to-Drive Elise With Factory Hardtop

This Elise is equipped with both the factory hardtop and the Touring Package.

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: Numbers-Matching Series 2 Lotus Elite

A numbers-matching Elite with a few desirable upgrades.

Car Catcher: A Modified Mark I Cooper S

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

Car Catcher: When’s the Last Time You Saw an Auto Union 1000 SP?

Powered by a three-cylinder, two-stroke engine, this Auto Union is one of only a handful imported into the United States.

Car Catcher: Almost Entirely Original, Single-Owner MGB Roadster

This single-owner MGB is almost entirely original, save for a new set of tires.

Car Catcher: A 1275cc-Powered Bugeye Sprite

A Bugeye Sprite with a number of upgrades that includes an Austin 1275cc engine.

Car Catcher: A Chevron B16 with Extensive Racing History

This B16 has a number of period podium finish under its belt at tracks like Kirkistown, Mondello Park, Thruxton and Silverstone.

Car Catcher: A First-Year, Numbers-Matching Shelby Mustang GT350

Not only a numbers-matching GT350, but one of the first 100 examples built.

A Lola T290 With Le Mans Racing History | Car Catcher

This Lola–chassis number HU1–comes with paperwork that acknowledges its history Le Mans.

Low-Mileage, Road Rally-Prepped Jaguar E-type

This E-type features upgrades like a triple Weber setup, a stainless-steel exhaust, front disc brakes and a five-speed gearbox.

A well-raced Ferrari 750 Monza with Mille Miglia history | Car Catcher

This 750 Monza has extensive racing history spanning from a sixth-overall finish at the 1955 Mille Miglia to a class win at the Le Mans Classic in 2006.

Sebring-winning Panoz Esperante GTLM | Car Catcher

Not only a Sebring winner, this Esperante GTLM also raced twice at Le Mans, and is said to be the longest-running GT2 car in ALMS history, from 2004-'09.

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.

Well-documented Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce Lightweight | Car Catcher

This lightweight version of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce comes powered by a freshly built 1300cc powerplant.

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.

The modern version of the iconic Eleven: The Lotus 2-Eleven | Car Catcher

Think of the 2-Eleven as a more modern–and much faster–version of the Lotus Eleven.

A Porsche 911 RSR replica ready for the track or the street | Car Catcher

This '72 911 RSR replica is perfectly suited for vintage racing, street driving, or both.

The very 1970 Porsche 917K piloted by David Hobbs and Mike Hailwood at the 24 Hours of Le Mans | Car Catcher

One of the three Automotive Engineering/Gulf Racing team entries for the 1970 running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, this 917K was piloted by David Hobbs and Mike Hailwood.

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.

A late VW Super Beetle Convertible | Car Catcher

This drop-top Super Beetle is one of the last model years the original Beetle was sold in North America.

One of the winningest cars in DTM history: the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti | Car Catcher

A DTM-spec Alfa Romeo 155 V6 Ti piloted by Nicola Larini in the 1996 ITC season.

A Ford Fiesta built to push its driver’s capabilities to the limit | Car Catcher

This 600+ horsepower Ford Fiesta was built to handle all the jumps, slides and sheer speed of Gymkhana.

Unmodified Porsche 930 Turbo with uncommon Meteor Grey paint | Car Catcher

This stock 911 Turbo wears 110,246 miles—believed to be all original—and has only three previous owners.

Upping the ante with a factory supercharger: the Lotus Elise SC | Car Catcher

This factory-supercharged Elise shows less than 50,000 miles on its odometer.

First-year Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider 750 | Car Catcher

Number 228 out of the very first 250 Alfa Romeo Guilietta Spiders built.

First-year Lotus Exige S | Car Catcher

This Exige S is reported to be in "excellent condition" with less than 52,000 miles.

Classic Vehicle Auctions offers rare 1969 Porsche 911T

Classic Vehicle Auctions is offering the very first Porsche 911T–with matching numbers engine and transmission.

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.

First-year Shelby GT350 | Car Catcher

This GT350 is No. 342 out of the 506 built in the first year of production.

A 911S Targa with a number of mechanical updates | Car Catcher

This 911 received a number of recently mechanical updates plus an engine rebuild back '91.

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.”

A low-mileage Porsche 996 Carrera with recent IMS Bearing service | Car Catcher

This low-milage 911 has only had one owner since new: a member of the PCA for 47 years.

First-year Audi Ur-Quattro | Car Catcher

One of only 61 imported into Canada in 1983, this Ur-Quattro also has the more powerful MC1 engine.

Classic Vehicle Auctions waiving listing fees through September 1

As a special enticement for potential sellers, Classic Vehicle Auctions is waiving all auction listing fees now through September 1.

Ford Mustang GT/CS | Car Catcher

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

Mostly original Austin-Healey Bugeye Sprite | Car Catcher

This Bugeye Sprite comes powered by a 1275cc engine.

A rare Lancia Aurelia Convertible | Car Catcher

This rare Aurelia is noted as still having its numbers-matching engine.

Not a Bentley, but a supercharged Marendaz Special 13/70 | Car Catcher

This Marendaz Special 13/70 is said to be one of only seven built in 1932.

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