I’m happy to announce that, starting today, listing pages in the forum will now show completed auctions for both Bring A Trailer and Cars And Bids. We’ll do eBay in the near future also, and data analytics will be coming as well. The idea here is, sure, you can see what people are asking at…
In this one, we talk about every generation of MR2, some Mk3 Supras, and a few FR-S/BRZ/GT86s. I bought one of these!
In this one, we discuss the SVT Focus, EP3 Civic, how little we know about E46 and E36 M3s, the Z32 twin turbo 300ZX, a Suzuki sidekick and Suzuki’s demise as a North American automotive retailer, and some Miatas.
In this one, we talk about one model: the Nissan 240SX. Bring a Trailer has been posting some insane numbers lately!
In this one, we talk about Cleetus McFarland controversy, C6 Corvettes, Mustangs, in particular a nice foxbody hatch, and the Dodge Challenger.
On the death of “Every X For Sale in America”, a refocus on automotive journalism, and new Feed features.
In this one, we look at a WRX (are these turbo?), a Ranger, 4Runners, the Hummer H3, several Sentra SE-Rs, Chris Craft boats, an old Jag, and a Rousch Cobra. Enjoy!
In this one, we look at several 996 Porsches, an S12 200SX, the Olds Toronado Trofeo, and a decommissioned troop transporter. Enjoy!
In which we talk about used cars for sale. Incredible!
You find some weird ones mislabeled as RX-7s.
All cars under $5000.
$5000 won’t even put you behind the wheel of a Kia Soul, but it’s enough for this preserved, southern, 89,000 mile E38 creampuff.
The COVID-19 epidemic might be the genesis of a new era of budget-minded auto enthusiasts. Or maybe not.