Daily Volume III (201) |Wednesday, September 15, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the Daily Driver Newsletter. Hump Day also happens to be Wagon Wednesday at Guys With Rides when we feature classic station wagons of all shapes and sizes. In addition to today's features, you can see our past Wagon Wednesday "Classifinds" by clicking here and selecting the desired filters.
Switching To Three Newsletters Per Week

By far, the biggest reason we receive from fellow enthusiasts who unsubscribe from this Newsletter is "I get too many emails from you." That combined with our fast-growing auction offerings motivated us, at least for now, to scale back to distributing three emails each week.

Please note while we will continue posting Craigslist Classifinds based on our six daily themes, we will alternate weeks on which themes to feature for the newsletter. For example, this week we will publish Malaise Monday, Wagon Wednesday, and Free For All Friday newsletters while next week the focus will be on Truckin' Tuesday, Topless Thursday, and Sports Car Saturday.

So, if you like reading our latest classifinds every day, bookmark this page on your web browser. Thank you for your flexibility and understanding as GuysWithRides continues to grow!

Meme of the Day
Our daily Craigslist "Classifinds" provide leads on rides we think you'll find interesting. We are not affiliated in any way with the sale of these rides - we just want to help them find a new home.

All of today's rides feature links to relevant videos!
Click the picture above to read the full article and watch a '69 Econoline commercial
Family Freighter: 1969 Ford Econoline Chateau – $8,000

We consider vans to be the chameleon of the automotive industry. Most vans produced with no side windows end up being run to the ground either as work trucks or campers. However, add a bunch of windows and a few rows of seats and suddenly you have a high roof station wagon capable of hauling people and all of their stuff. Ford's...
JDM Joyride: 1994 Toyota S130 Crown Super Deluxe – $11,500

The U.S. Federal government’s 25-year import exemption rule is starting to provide Japanese Domestic Market (“JDM”) enthusiasts the ability to purchase and drive cars they could only sim race on their PlayStation when they were younger. An odd example of this phenomenon is this 1994 Toyota Crown Super Deluxe Wagon.

Once exported during the formative years of Toyota’s car-building capabilities, the Crown eventually became a domestic market icon with the distinction of being the longest-running passenger-car nameplate affixed to any Toyota...
Click either picture above to read the full article as well watch a 2012 Toyota Crown commercial
Click the picture above to read the full article and watch a '61 Falcon commercial
Really Red: 1961 Ford Falcon Wagon – $21,000

The fun thing about Ford Falcons is the ability for an owner to upgrade their car very easily using off-the-shelf and readily available Mustang parts. The restorer and seller of this 1961 Ford Falcon provides a great example where he converted the car to V8 power backed by a modern floor-shited T5 transmission. We also like many of the subtle interior upgrades in this example...
GuysWith Auctions: Something For Everyone - Bid Today!
In addition to the eight auctions listed below, we have a number of other rides we will have queued up, including a 1970 Hemi Cuda and a 2020 C8 Corvette - keep checking our auction page!
Four Auctions Ending Tonight
Bidding Opens Later Today On These Four Rides
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