2001 Ford Super Crew 4X4 1/2 ton pickup. 91,000 ORIGINAL MILES-I bought this truck new in Folsom,CA-Never off road-0 rust or accidents, always parked indoors and always serviced on a regular schedule. Equipped with the following; Air conditioning, power steering, power disc brakes, tilt column, cruise control, power windows, power seat, trailering package, optional striping package, optional 17" aluminum wheels with good rubber, 6 CD stereo, dual exhaust, padded dash with dash pad, factory floor mats, optional 347 cu. in. fuel injected V8, Linex spray in bed liner, optional oversize Super Duty cooling package, nice fiberglass shell with light and carpet. Brakes and tires have been done. The 100K $700 service is done. Truck should be washed/detailed as it has been sitting in my shop. Get in it today and drive it coast to coast. No issues. These trucks are good for 250--300K miles if serviced. If you think my price is too high go price a new one. Your chance to get a really nice truck for less than a 1/3 of the cost of a new one. Some trades considered; 1970 Buick Riviera, classic cars or street rods. Please no Harleys, rusty projects, boats or trailers.
The hot rodders’ favorite canvas was (and is) the early 1930 Fords, but those aren’t the only vehicles that provide a source for souped-up fun. Case in point is the Pick of the Day, a 1935 Chevrolet Master street-rod sedan being advertised on ClassicCars.com by a dealer in Fort Worth, Texas. As the dealer notes […]
Hyundai is promoting its newest — seventh, and smallest — crossover/sports utility vehicle, the Venue, as the ideal vehicle for “the urban adventurer.” “Small SUV. Big city hustle.” it says on the Venue’s page on hyundaiusa.com. So, what did I do when one of the new 2020 Venues arrived for a test drive? Obviously, I […]
The Lincoln Continental is a shadow of its former self. The current-generation model has been supplanted by the Navigator as Lincoln’s flagship, but the Continental name once denoted some of the most-prestigious luxury cars America had to offer. One of those cars was recently featured on Jay Leno’s Garage. This 1958 Continental Mark III was built during […]
Although it has been shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic, Britain’s Alvis is offering free technical support to car owners who are working on their vehicles. “With classic car workshops closed and owners keen to have cars ready for when restrictions lift, Alvis’ parts division Red Triangle, is offering its customers, free technical support […]
The GMC Jimmy (aka Chevrolet S10 Blazer) is a longtime favorite in the 2-door version, much more so than the Ford Bronco II of the same era that has turned, inexplicably, into a popular and pricey collector car. Jimmy’s clean and simple styling is quite appealing, and don’t you just love a vehicle with an […]
OK, so maybe the word “starred” is overstating the case, but if you lived in the Indianapolis area back in 1988, you might remember watching the local Oldsmobile dealers’ television commercials about the new Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme being the pace car for the 500-mile race. You might have recognized the car in that commercial as […]
In a normal year, participants in the Copperstate 1000 vintage sports car rally would be wending their way around Arizona this week, enjoying the open roads and red-rock vistas in the company of various Porsches, Jaguars, Shelbys, 300SLs, and the occasional pre-war Bentley with racing history. But this is not a normal year, and the […]
When the 1967 Austin Mini Mark ll came to market, consumers were quick to find that the unintended result of this short wheel-base was a car with nimble, go-kart handling.
The adventures and foolishness of youth. Everyone has that childhood friend whom their wife disapproves. I would imagine I have been that for a few of my lifelong friends — natch. I had such a friend; his name was Marcus. We had a rather wild weekend up at Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, in a car very […]
Editor’s note: One morning last week, those arriving early at the ClassicCars.com office heard a noise coming from the storage closet. Fearing, perhaps, a rodent or two, they unlocked the door and peeked inside. What they saw was an old fax machine — remember those? — that was spitting out the last of three pages. […]