Changing lanes from its prototype in 68', the 1969 Hurst Olds was
dressed in Cameo white paint, and Hurst Fire Frost gold stripes and
panels, a far cry from the silver and black that it originated
from. A new year brought new features to the Hurst Olds, taking the
air scoops from under the car and transforming them into two
massive scoops on the hood, along with a functional rear wing. With
the 455c.i. 380Hp engine, the 69' H/O was a 13 second car off the
showroom carpet. Retaining the original engine and trans, it's safe
to say you could still hit that 13 second mark. One thing that the
H/O had that competitors didn't? Options. With almost every option
the standard 442 offered available for installation, you could
build your hot rod as comfortable as you'd like. Our H/O has 70,000
miles, yet still remains in great condition. There were 10
production years out of the 21 from 1968-1988, and in the given
time only 13,000 cars were built. If 1 of 13,000 isn't rare enough
for you, how's 1 of 906? Don't waste any time grabbing one of the
most iconic cars, combining luxury and performance!
Being offered for sale after 50 years of single-family ownership, this 1966 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible comes with what the seller reports to be “unrivaled documentation.”
Pose your classic car next to a classic airplane and chances are your classified advertisement is going to draw a lot of attention.
Home of the Model T and its ‘secret room’
This is the 26th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction
It’s been 60 years since the SUV arrived in the U.S.
Some trucks are good for getting from point A to point B, some are good for adventure. The rare ones do both
Yusaku Maezawa has a garage full of out-of-this-world cars
What better way to photograph the Goodwood Revival than by using his father’s vintage Leica camera and black-and-white film?
This is the 25th in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Las Vegas collector car auction