1970 Ford Torino GT, M Code 351-4V

1970 Ford Torino GT, M Code 351-4V

1970 Ford Torino GT, M Code 351-4V For Sale

Found this nice American intermediate car that was offered by Ford in the 70s, named Torino was initially an upscale variation of the intermediate-sized Ford Fairlane. Some high-performance versions of the Torino by fitting with large powerful engines, such as the 428 and 429 "Cobra-Jet" engines, these cars are classified as muscle cars. And for the NASCAR competition, Ford chose the Torino as a base on that era, and it has a successful racing heritage.

As shown here is the second-generation Torino example in excellent condition. The second generation is a greater physical presence than its predecessor, making it the ideal base for a muscle car, but this is not an example of that class, it's one caste under. This a perfect example of the 1970 Torino GT, it has plenty of positive points allowing it to appeal to enthusiasts. It is a rust-free and unmolested classic with a drivetrain combination that delivers excellent performance.


Classic 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV-6

Classic 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV-6

Classic 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV-6 For Sale

Found this nice Classic car that was offered by an Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo in the 80s, is an unusual car you see often on US roads. As shown here is a 1986 Alfa Romeo GTV-6 being offered for sale by the owner on craigslist for $7,000. The GTV-6 has a lot of good reputation in racing competitions and was also a fairly successful racing car, especially as a rally car.

Due to its good Italian engineering, the Alfa Romeo GTV-6 is regarded by many as one of the best-handling 4-seat cars ever built, has perfect agility on twisting roads, and is a truly amazing experience for its user.


Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans

Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans

Rarer Than GTO, 1971 Pontiac Lemans Sport, Manual Trans For Sale

Found this third generation of the Pontiac Lemans offered for sale on craigslist for $39,900 in Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts. Originally Lemans is a trim upgrade based on the Tempest then Pontiac dropped the Tempest name altogether in 1971 and introduced its intermediate lineup as Lemans and GTO as a separate line. As we know, the GTO is one most popular of the muscle cars, spawned from the Lemans lineup.

As shown here is a nice example of the 1971 Lemans Sport edition, which is a camouflage product between GTO and Lemans, to react to what insurers do at that time. It's something of a GTO in LeMans clothing.

In the early 70s, muscle cars were at the top of the success, then insurers send a punch at them with insurance premium surcharges, (to avoid surcharges) Pontiac responded by putting the GTO’s endura nose and hood on a LeMans Sport where its standard power was a six-cylinder engine, which is not on the muscle car list.

However, Pontiac allowed the customer to order the LeMans Sport with some of the same performance equipment as the GTO, such as 350, 400, or 455 cubic inch models, including the 455 High Output (HO) engine. Today’s find is of that special character, offered by the seller is a 400 model with an unusual 3-speed manual transmission, and it's more sensational when you shift the gears and rarest than the automatic model, even with GTO at once.


1974 Datsun 260Z Survivor 133K

1974 Datsun 260Z Survivor 133K

1974 Datsun 260Z Survivor 133K For Sale By Second Owner

Found a classic sports car that was offered by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan Motors under the Datsun badge for the American user in the 70s, as shown here is a 1974 Datsun 240Z being offered for sale by the second owner on craigslist, located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

As shown here is a complete number-matching example of a 1974 Datsun 260Z, two owner survivor with only 133K miles on it still running and driving condition. It could be the perfect bone as restoration start.


1973 Datsun 240Z For Sale By Original Owner

1973 Datsun 240Z For Sale By Original Owner

Original 1973 Datsun 240Z For Sale By Original Owner

Found a classic sports car that was offered by the Japanese manufacturer Nissan Motors under the Datsun flag for the American market in the 70s, as shown here is a 1973 Datsun 240Z being offered for sale by the original owner on craigslist, located in Torrance, California.

The Datsun 240Z well known as the Fairlady was considered one of the best-selling sports cars of the 70s. Sticking out the masculine lines created by Albrecht Goertz, who also designed the elegant BMW 507. the Datsun 240Z is a two-seater car that appears with a long hood, exotic round headlights, and a tailgate, it was inspired by British sports cars the Jaguar E-Type and MGB GT at that time.

1983 DeLorean DMC-12 Low Miles

1983 DeLorean DMC-12 Low Miles

1983 DeLorean DMC-12 Low Miles for sale

Found this stainless steel on wheels with black leather upholstery being offered for sale by its owner asking for $100,000, located in California. As shown here is one icon of the American car designed by a rockstar named John DeLorean known as the DeLorean DMC-12 this remarkable example of the 1983 model powered by a 2.85-liter V6 paired with a five-speed manual transaxle just driven only 1543 miles, it could be a very good opportunity to collect.

DeLorean DMC-12 is John DeLorean dream sports car designed as the everlast sports car, featuring stainless steel body panels glued to a fiberglass frame, gullwing doors, a louvered rear window cover, and staggered-diameter alloy wheels. DeLorean DMC-12 was very popular in the 80s especially became the main actor as a time machine with Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd in the trilogy Movies "Back to the Future 1, 2, 3" and the last decade "Back in Time" in 2015.