Daily Volume III (040) | February 18, 2021
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Talkin' Cars Livestream This Saturdays at 10:00 am

Our next Talkin' Cars Livestream will be this Saturday at 10:00 am. Our guest will be Ernie, one of the organizers of the Buck's County, PA Exotics Cars & Coffee show who will also show us his Black and Tan Lotus Evora. If you like to have your car and/or garage featured, please email us today!
Our daily "Classifind" features provide detailed pricing estimates, a brief background, and when possible, videos of the cars. We also list our observations based on the pictures provided.
Novel Nailhead: 1964 Buick Wildcat Convertible $19,500

Throughout the 1960s, Buick 'sportiest version of the full-size convertible was the Wildcat. While we love the color combination and the custom floor shift, we love the fact they chose instead to rebuild this car’s original “Nailhead” V8. The “355” references are a nod to...
Studeolet: 1948 Studebaker Convertible – $49,500

If you love the look of classic bullet-nosed Studebakers, but prefer a modern powertrain equipped with modern comfort and convenience features, this 1948 Champion Street Machine. With its Chevrolet-sourced small block V8, swivel buckets, and...
B-Body Beauty: 1973 Buick Centurion Convertible – $15,500

GM’s full-size, land yacht, convertible swan song were its B-Body drop-top variants offered by every division from 1971 through 1975. One of the rarest of these land yachts was the 1971-1973 Buick Centurion. In addition to featuring an older restoration, this example has a fiberglass parade boot...
Here our updates on other recent Topless Thursday Features
Compound Curve: 1960 Mercury Monterey – STILL $24,500

February 14, 2021 Update – After allowing their original Craigslist ad to expire for several weeks, we came across a fresh listing for this rare 1960 Mercury Monterey convertible we first featured at the beginning of 2021.
1979 Lincoln Continental Four-Door Convertible – SOLD!

February 17 Update – We were not surprised at all to see very rare coach-built custom Lincoln Continental four-door convertible sell in approximately two weeks.
Sellers, Guys With Rides is the Dealer- and Scammer-Free Place to Sell Your Ride!
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