Daily Volume III (079) | Thursday, April 8, 2021
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Quote of the Day

"We had a light blue ’56 Country Sedan wagon in the late 50s. My father was an electrical design engineer with Ford who acquired from Ford a “test mule” with a T-Bird 312 with solid lifters (as I recall) that my oldest brother, unbeknownst to our parents, would drag race against his buddies “hot rods”. He usually won. Loved that car much more than the later ’57 my Dad also acquired."

(A great story shared by reader Phillip David F. on this 1956 Ford Country Sedan station wagon we featured yesterday.)
Our daily Craiglists "Classifinds" features provide detailed pricing estimates and a brief background. Checkout the 1965 Corvair vs. Mustang Chevy Dealer Filmstrip we found!
Sad Story: 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible – $9,200

We can’t imagine anything much sadder than the excitement of buying a classic car only to be struck with health issues immediately afterward and not ever get the chance to drive your new purchase. That’s the story the son of the owner of this 1965 Corvair Monza Convertible provides...
Fair Flip? 1986 Chrysler LeBaron Convertible – AGAIN $4,900

April 8, 2021 Update – When we first spotted this ’86 LeBaron convertible earlier this week, something about it seemed eerily familiar as we started writing about it. Sure enough, a check back into our past posts reminded us of a similar white-over-burgundy example we featured in June 2020. As we dug a bit...
We just don't have enough time to write detailed descriptions of every classic we want to feature, so we created "Classifind Cuts" to share these leads with you.
1965 Ford Mustang Convertible – $34,000

Not everyone wants a Concours-quality, numbers-matching, vintage first-generation Ford Mustang. many enthusiasts just want an original Mustang convertible to enjoy nice summer days. If you fall into this category, then this freshly restored, Tropical Turquoise over white, 1965 Mustang convertible currently...
1964 AMC Rambler American Convertible – $7,500

With only four, very dark exterior pictures and none of the interior, we think this Rambler may prove to be a diamond in the rough that will look better in person. We say enjoy this...
This time of year, it's not uncommon to come across "Classifinds" we assume sold, however fresh listings on Craigslist prove otherwise. Here's the latest ones we've come across over the past week.
1968 Pontiac Firebird Sprint Convertible – NOW $19,750

April 3, 2021 Update – Coming across the first new listing in four months for this ’68 Firebird Sprint we first featured in November 2020 confirmed the current caretaker decided to store their overhead cam six powered Firebird convertible over the winter before trying to...
NEW! Award 27: 1967 Mercedes 250SE – STILL $125,000

April 5, 2021 Update – Another six months gone and we came across the latest listing for this still very overpriced ’67 Mercedes. The price remains at the $125K set last fall. Concours-quality pricing for a driver-quality example is why this Mercedes remains unsold.
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1966 Oldsmobile 442 L49 4-Speed - ENDS FRIDAY!

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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