Daily Volume III (076) | Monday, April 5, 2021
Thank you for subscribing to the Daily Newsletter. We start the week featuring Malaise Era (1972-1984) rides when automakers struggled to meet ever-increasing safety, emissions, and fuel economy standards with the then-available technology. In addition to today's features, you can see our past Malaise Monday "Classifinds" by clicking here.
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Our daily Craiglists "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates and a brief background. Both of today's features include an interesting video.
Salt Spared: 1975 Pontiac Trans Am 59K Mile Survivor – $33,000
Passionate Buffalo, New York car enthusiasts tend to be a very protective breed when they buy a performance car brand new. For the hearty souls who can afford the money and the garage space, it means a six-month commitment lasting from the middle of October to the middle of the following April...
Cento Trenta: 1975 Fiat 130 Pininfarina Coupe – $14,500

When we first came across the ad for this car, we thought it was a Ferrari 400i 2+2 from the late seventies as both automobiles share a very similar side profile. However, this coupé is one of many cars Fiat never offered officially in the U.S. Cento Trenta (pronounced “chen-toe trent-a”) is the number...
We can't write in detail about every Classifind" we find, so that's why we created "Classifind Cuts" to provide you with leads on what may be good cars to add to your collection.
1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1 23K Mile Survivor – $23,500
1973 turned out to be the tenth and final model year for Ford’s highly successful Mustang. However, by this time the car had grown in both size and weight while power was way down. The model that epitomized the power loss the most was the performance-oriented Mach 1. While this example...
1980 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham – $6,500

In 1980, personal luxury two-door coupes still dominated the sales charts and leading their popularity was the Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Brougham such as this 64K original mile example. We’d also argue this car’s Camel metallic was also one of the more popular...
This time of year, it's not uncommon to come across "Classifinds" we assume had sold, however fresh listings on Craigslist prove otherwise. Here's the latest one we've come across over the past week.
Out of Hibernation: 1975 Opel Manta – NOW $16,500

March 30, 2021 Update – Apparently in an effort to wait for warmer weather to attract interested buyers, the private seller of this ’75 Opel Manta we first featured in December 2020 just posted an updated listing. Unfortunately, the seller subscribes to the notion that the price...
Four Months Gone: 1984 Mazda FB RX-7 – STILL $9,000
March 9, 2021 Update – After pulling their ad in January after two months without a sale, we came across a new listing of this ’84 Mazda RX7 using the same pictures, description, and price. We’re fairly certain the only thing holding this example back from a quick sale is the less desirable automatic...
Our Auctions are Free Until Sold for the Seller while buyers pay the lowest premium of any curated collector car auction. Here's our latest offering currently available to bid on
1966 Oldsmobile 442 L49 4-Speed - BIDDING CONTINUES!

Due to the Easter holiday, we're extending bidding on this gorgeous all-black 1966 Oldsmobile 442 until Friday, April 9th. This 442 features the very desirable combination of the 400 cubic inch L69 tri-power engine and factory A/C. The seller is also offering free shipping to the winning bidder (conditions apply)
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Guess What Ride 34: Buick Riviera Hidden Headlights - ENDS TONIGHT!!

"Guess What Ride" is our game designed to test your collector car knowledge.

Grille-Mounted Hidden Headlights were a styling trend of the late 1960s. Buick designers took it to the max by creating new takes on this styling cue every model year between 1965 and 1969. The collage above contains front-end views of Buick Rivieras for those model years.

If you think you can identify the five model years, pick the correct letter combination that correctly sorts the grilles in chronological order.  

Guess correctly and you'll be entered into a drawing for a Car Care Kit valued at $124 fulfilled by our friends at Car Care Specialties.

The contest is now open and will run through Midnight tonight!