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Market Finds

Hand-picked cars for sale from around the Internet. These are autos, in search of a new owner, that might be perfect for your collection, convince you to start one, or just lead you down a new road. If you know of an interesting car for sale and would like to share with your fellow Petrolisti, please email us at marketfinds@petrolicious.com

 

Buy This Day-One, D-Code Mustang

Buy This Day-One, D-Code Mustang

By Petrolicious Productions / 17 Apr 2014

Fifty years ago today, Ford introduced the 1965 Mustang. Though introduced as a 1965 model, Mustang fans consider the earlier vehicles 1964-1/2 models because certain equipment makes them unique from those built during the “proper” 1965 model year, which added a fastback and GT package.

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Pick Up a Rare-in-the-US BMW E30 320i Touring

Pick Up a Rare-in-the-US BMW E30 320i Touring

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Apr 2014

Here’s your chance to buy a unicorn: a 1988 BMW 320i Touring. This car, both in 320i and Touring forms, was never available in the United States. The seller brought this wagon from Amsterdam last year, but its 2.0L six has been upgraded to a 2.5 and the auto switched to a 5-speed.

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Yank in the UK

Yank in the UK

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Apr 2014

Chrysler’s motors were perhaps the most over-engineered of the Big Three, which made it attractive to several European brands from France, Switzerland, and the UK. Of the bunch, the most popular of these hybrids was the Jensen Interceptor—not only did it have 440 power, but it also was the only hybrid to ever utilize Six Pack carburetion.

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Buy This Ferrari and Enjoy the Ride

Buy This Ferrari and Enjoy the Ride

By Petrolicious Productions / 10 Apr 2014

Tubi Style sports exhausts give performance a boost, but let’s be honest–they also boost the thrill of driving this Ferrari. Forza Service has been maintaining this 328 for over ten years, including the recent installation of new cam belts, so you know there aren’t any surprises that can be particular to Ferraris.

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If You Don't Buy This Acura NSX, I Will

If You Don't Buy This Acura NSX, I Will

By Petrolicious Productions / 3 Apr 2014

A mid-engined Japanese exotic was a revelation in the early '90s–even more so as a Honda, meaning it was easy to live with. Its design didn’t play second fiddle to Ferrari either. We love these cars at Petrolicious! So, please somebody buy it or we'll have to!

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Original Barn Find Nash Now For Sale

Original Barn Find Nash Now For Sale

By Petrolicious Productions / 1 Apr 2014

This Market Find may be familiar to Petrolicious readers as we featured this particular car back in February. It is mostly original with 26,000 miles, having been stored in a barn for over fifty years until not too long ago. It’s street-legal and ready for someone to enjoy its originality.

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Classic Porsche Costs Less Than A New Camry

Classic Porsche Costs Less Than A New Camry

By Petrolicious Productions / 28 Mar 2014
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With the prices of 1960s-era 911s creeping into the unaffordable range, this 1969 912 is just the ticket to getting in on some Teutonic sports car action.Two-thousand miles ago, $10,000 were spent rebuilding the original, numbers-matching motor but with larger pistons and rebuilt carbs plus a new clutch and flywheel.

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Buy This Fiat and Turn It into Your Weekend Racer

Buy This Fiat and Turn It into Your Weekend Racer

By Petrolicious Productions / 27 Mar 2014
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While a decent seller in America, the X1/9 is rather uncommon today. This 1981 X1/9 for sale on eBay is characterized as a solid, functioning daily driver that would be a good “starter X” for someone wanting to learn about them or to drive without worrying about errant shopping carts or salty roads.

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The Perfect Car to Buy if You're Feeling Fast and Fury-ous

The Perfect Car to Buy if You're Feeling Fast and Fury-ous

By Petrolicious Productions / 25 Mar 2014

After the success of the Chrysler C-300 in 1955, the rest of the corporation planned their own performance cars. In Plymouth’s case, a new Fury model was introduced in January 1956 at the Chicago Auto Show and consisted of a four-barrel 303, high-lift cam, dual exhausts, and 9.25:1 compression totaling 240 hp.

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There are 928 Reasons Why You Should Buy This Porsche

There are 928 Reasons Why You Should Buy This Porsche

By Petrolicious Productions / 21 Mar 2014
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This dark blue on white 1987 928 S4 fits that bill. As one of the rarer 5-speed models (most cars sold in America were automatics) and with under 60,000 miles, this 928 S4 has been babied by a Porsche Club of America member and has its service records from Porsche dealerships going back to when new.

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