1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass, Old School Muscle Car

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass, Old School Muscle Car

1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, Old School Muscle Car For Sale

Found this third generation of the Oldsmobile Cutlass being offered for sale on craigslist for $24,900 located in Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts. As shown here the 1971 Supreme model, shared much of the same exterior as 1970, but with some updated designs on the hood, grille, and headlight, as well as new bumpers and taillights.

Appeared at a time when the muscle car hegemony was endemic throughout the American market the third-generation Cutlass was quite successful, bringing the famous "Rocket" V8 continued in several different sizes and power options, with both the large 455 and 'small-block' 350 available with either 2- or 4-barrel carburetors. The small is what the seller offers, a clean car with no rust that runs well, and drives decent.


1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Perfect To Restore

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Good Base To Restore

Found this British sports car in original yellow paint over black leather being offered for sale by its owner asking for $16,500, located in central LA. As shown here is the 3rd generation GT version of the Spitfire known as GT6 MKIII released in 1971.

No words about rebuilding or refurbishing, seems like the original example of the Triumph GT6 1971 MK3 is on the market today. Powered by a 2.0-liter inline-six mated to a four-speed manual transmission with 94000 miles shown by the odometer, it could be a perfect base to restore.

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII Interior

As you've seen here is a two-seater two-door fastback, with an original-rimmed steering wheel on wood-dash fronts, completely instrumentation consisting of a 160-mph speedometer, a tachometer, including a cassette stereo, and a radio. Overall the interior looks a good shape far from rotten or torn but needs a reupholstery job to be perfect.

1971 Triumph GT6 MKIII engine

Very less info on the engine part, but it's a good angle view by photos, making it show well the engine detailed is a 2.0-liter inline-six claimed is run good and strong. Despite the fact, this is a non-runner, looks quite well cared for in its age. The engine side would be the main factor in what a wonderful survivor it appears to be. GT6s aren’t the most valuable British car you can buy, but this one looks perfect if you’re seeking a project that doesn’t have a lot of homework to sort out.



Fully Restored, 1971 Datsun 510 Wagon

Fully Restored, 1971 Datsun 510 Wagon

Fully Restored, 1971 Datsun 510 Wagon RHD Super Rare

Hard to find today is one remarkable example of the Japanese station wagon offered in the US market by Nissan Motor under Datsun brand, as shown here is 510 series released in 1971 has been fully restored.

Has been discontinuation a long time ago the 510 series is a very popular automotive enthusiast's car till today especially in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand thanks to its affordable performance combined with simple mechanicals, fuel-efficient, and reliability for sure.

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Properly Restored, 1971 Intermeccanica Italia Coupe

1971 Intermeccanica Italia Coupe

Properly Restored, 1971 Intermeccanica Italia Coupe For Sale

Found this a rare performance car being offered for sale in Tempe, Arizona, as shown here is rare Canadian automobile was made by Intermeccanica which is assembled in Torino, Italy that's why are called Intermeccanica Italia, it also carry an American muscle under the pant.

This 1971 model with 24250 miles shown at odometer is said has been properly restored, all looks good prove by photos, and condition looks to be of a perfect, usable driver quality throughout. Retains what’s are have bring from its original factory start from powerplant, drivetrain including its body frame, interior and cosmetic.


Seems to be never been touched by renovated, but the interior shows quite decent condition for its age. A closer inspection needed to see actually condition, the photos does not represent all viewpoints.


Looked promising. The 351 C Cleveland V8 Ford engine still there, fit on the engine bay comes with not original air filter, bright yellow parts store plug wires, with few stray wiring looks less tidy. Hopefully there’s no word about mechanical issues, we believe it's easy to get tidied up.

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Nice JDM, 1971 Nissan Fairlady Z

Nice JDM, 1971 Nissan Fairlady Z

Nice JDM, 1971 Nissan Fairlady Z for sale

Found this one nice of the vintage sport cars has become one of the best Japanese sport cars ever made for its era, as you've seen here is Nissan Fairlady Z it was sold only in Japan generally known as the JDM car (Japanese Domestic Market) to foreign markets sold as Datsun 240Z.

Year of construction 1971 RHD layout, the appearance look perfect inside and out, no rust or dent was shown here, the engine bay look clean and tidy. Reportedly it was been in Calfornia since early 70s', has been touched by mild restoration and only 100K kilometer or about 65K miles was shown at odometer. The car was offered for sale at Craigslist asking $38500 located in Torrance, California. It could be one coolest example of the Nissan Fairlady Z was offered today.



Rare 1971 GAZ 69M All Terrain Vehicle

Rare 1971 GAZ 69M All Terrain Vehicle

Rare 1971 GAZ 69M All Terrain Vehicle For Sale

Here's a light all-terrain vehicle of Soviet Union flagship, it's a GAZ 69 originally was made by GAZ or Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod for early production 1953-1955 period then forwarded by Ulyanovsky Avtomobilny Zavod known as UAZ for 1954-1972 periode. The GAZ 69 is very popular in the Soviet Union then become standard military jeeps of the Eastern Bloc and client states.

As you've seen here is one remarkable example of 1971 GAZ-69M very rare in US it was posted in Ebay looking for $14,500 located in Miami, Florida. Fairly cool 4x4 short wheelbase with soft top, powered by a 2.1L inline four and three-speed transmission has been driven about 8316 miles.